Our new meeting time for weekly online yoga sessions begins Thursday, October 28th at 2pm, and we also offer access to a playlist of recorded sessions both for those who can and can’t attend live.
Our weekly online sessions of Yoga for Busy Legal Professionals have officially moved from Wednesdays to Thursdays at 2pm. We invite lawyers, law students, and other legal professionals in Massachusetts to join peers for a weekly 20-minute yoga practice designed specifically for busy legal professionals led by Dr. Tracey Meyers, Psy.D., LCL MA staff clinician and certified yoga instructor and yoga therapist. Read more about Tracey here.
SIGN UP HERE. Find a list of all our Free & Confidential LCL MA group meetings here.
Yoga can be an important part of well-being, resilience, stress reduction, and social connection. This class is suitable for all levels of yoga experience from beginner to regular practitioner. We will be exploring simple yoga sequences including meditation, breath work, and yoga postures that you can do right from your office or home for a refreshing break from the workday. When you register, you will receive a link for the practice each week.
Whether or not you can attend the live sessions, you’ll receive instant access to a hidden playlist of on demand sessions upon registration. You’ll get a link by email to an unlisted Youtube channel where we add each session once it’s complete (you might need to check spam/junk filters!) — it currently has almost 40 recorded sessions. (You’ll also start receiving reminders for live sessions and notices when recorded sessions are added by email when you register — just respond and let us know if you don’t need those.)
Related PROGRAM! Yoga + Community Conversation: Black People’s Mental Health & Total Well-Being | 2-Part MBLA Event
Tuesday, October 26, 2021 (6pm) and Wednesday, November 10, 2021 (6pm). Registrants will need to register for Part One and Part Two separately. The Massachusetts Black Lawyers Association is offering a free two-part virtual event, which will be facilitated by Cultural Fabric, an applied mindfulness company, and will explore the concept of mental health as it relates to stress management, social conditioning, social and restorative justice, leadership development, and addressing racialized trauma. This event was created in partnership with the Massachusetts Bar Association, Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Standing Committee on Lawyer Well-Being, Burns & Levinson LLP, Mintz, Latham & Watkins LLP and the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office!
Free & Confidential Consultations:
Lawyers, law students, and judges in Massachusetts can discuss concerns with a licensed therapist, law practice advisor, or both. Find more on scheduling here.