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Online Mindfulness and Meditation for People Living with HIV

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Tuesday 30 March - Tuesday 20 April
Thursday evenings from 7pm until 8:15pm

This free four-week program by the New Zealand AIDS Foundation (NZAF) offers an option to make mindfulness work for your schedule - no travel needed, you can get dinner out of the way and ease into the evening with meditation and reflection. This introductory Zoom course aims to give you foundational meditation techniques to help in all parts of your life.

These sessions will be facilitated over Zoom, so you will need a device that can connect to video calls. Sessions are hosted by a practitioner with over 25 years' experience in meditation, who has been living with HIV since 2013. Meditation played a major role in their journey with HIV and self-acceptance, and they are honoured to be able to share it with others.

Meditation calms the mind and helps us to feel more connected to both ourselves and others. Training in mindfulness means that we can have a better chance of meeting each moment with an open, accepting awareness that is free from judgement.

The series begins Tuesday 30th March and runs for four weeks until Tuesday 20th April.

Sessions will be run via Zoom so they can be accessed nationwide, and are slightly later in the evening to allow you to get home, fed and comfortable before logging on.

Register through the form below and our team will be in touch with links and info on how to join the sessions.

This event series is completely free and is open to people of all genders and sexualities.


We understand that it can be a little scary to put your details in here - but please rest assured this information is only shared with NZAF's event facilitators in order to gauge attendance and secure you a place. If you have any concerns about discretion or need to be contacted in a specific way - please mention it in the comment field below and our team will be sure to take this into account when reaching out to you.

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