In-person and virtual options
Tai Chi at 10:00am (included, optional)
10-13 CME/CE Credits – Physicians (ACCME), Nurses (ANCC), Nurse Practitioners (AANP), Physician Associates (AAPA), Pharmacists (ACPE), Dentists (ADA CERP), Dietitians / Dietetic Technicians
Manizeh Mirza-Gruber, M.D. (She/her), CEO and Founder of Mindful in Practice (Main event)
Michael Millet, PT, DPT (Tai Chi)
This event is designed for all those who care for others, including Health Care and Wellness Practitioners. Being charged with the honor and responsibility of caring for others, combined with fast-paced, multitasking long work days, we can easily get swept away from recognizing what is arising in the present moment within ourselves and the world around us. We can find ourselves in a state of dis-ease, with difficulty knowing how we got there or how to get out of it. Mindful presence has many benefits for our body, mind, heart, and spirit.
In this mini-retreat, we will focus on the interconnection of our mind and body and how our nervous system positively resonates and rejuvenates with “resting in mindful presence”. While practicing opening our hearts to compassion, we create an opportunity to heal from within so we can embrace our challenges, care for others, manage stressful situations, and attend to our own self-care through self-awareness.
Through didactic teachings, guided meditations, experiential practices, sharing, and questions/answers, you will learn how being present for yourself allows you to be present and connect with others in your personal and professional life. You can share your thoughts and feelings without judgment in a brave space, knowing that we are all interconnected.
You will experience a sense of ease and belonging to yourself, as you connect inwardly with your mind-body-heart and cultivate your self-awareness. You will be able to incorporate these teachings and practices into your personal and professional life, and nurture your heart with tenderness and kindness as you create a sense of emotional balance, ease, and self-care.
About Dr. Mirza-Gruber:
Manizeh Mirza-Gruber, M.D., is a licensed, board-certified psychiatrist (ABPN), Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, Certified Yoga Teacher, and Certified Mind-Body Medicine Skills Facilitator. As an individual, parent, and psychiatrist, Manizeh follows a holistic approach to life. She believes in connecting the heart, mind, body, and spirit for healing and wellness.
She has been facilitating Mind-Body Skills workshops and groups since January 2018 to bring healing in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, and through the Coronavirus Pandemic. Manizeh leads meditation groups and teaches mindfulness classes and workshops. She leads a free weekly, virtual guided meditation called Mindful Mondays.
Manizeh is happily married to her husband and has two adult children and a dog! She has a daily practice of meditation, yoga, running/walking, and living mindfully. She loves reading, cooking, spending time with family and friends, and volunteering. She is a co-lead morning circle-up volunteer for the Houston Chapter of Back on My Feet. Manizeh is a “forever learner”.
More Information: https://www.mindfulinpractice.com
**Cancelation allowed up to one week in advance for full refund minus credit card processing**
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of Ochsner Clinic Foundation and The Mind Body Collection. The Ochsner Clinic Foundation is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Ochsner Clinic Foundation designates this live activity for a maximum of 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The Ochsner Clinic Foundation relies upon everyone in control of content at all sponsored continuing medical education activities to provide information objectively and free from bias. In accordance with ACCME and institutional guidelines, the faculty for this continuing medical education activity has been asked to complete the CME Disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships form. If anyone involved in control of content for the activity does disclose a relationship with an ineligible company, their materials have been peer reviewed to mitigate any potential bias.
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