Welcome to ALX Community, DC’s new home of co-working and collaboration. Our space is a flawlessly designed shared office community, located in the heart of Old Town, Alexandria, and is perfect for DC area working professionals. Our members include entrepreneurs, small businesses, freelancers, financial professionals and non-profit organizations.Located next to the Potomac river and just steps away from historic King Street in the heart of Old Town Alexandria, this unique, multi-story building was built for collaboration and includes a beautiful dog-friendly co-working space, plenty of meeting rooms, a patio on the Waterfront Promenade, and Alexandria’s first dedicated Conference Center.We have flexible plans to accommodate any busy professional or company regardless of size or need. We’d love to show you around!Whether you need a place to work for the day, month, or a year- we have you covered. Our flexible membership plans allow you and your team to achieve your best.
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TALX: What the Heck is Mindfulness, and should I care?
May 22, 2018 @ 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
Join ALX Community at Founders Hall for TALX, our regular speaker series!
Gina White from Mindful Junkie
Join Gina Rollo White, the Mindful Junkie, as she walks you through the concepts of Mindfulness, and how to apply it to your every day life. This TALX will include practical mindfulness application, tools, and techniques to help decrease the stress and increase overall wellness.
More On Gina:
Gina is an experienced Mindfulness practitioner and instructor. Gina earned her master’s degree in Mindfulness Studies at Lesley University. This pioneering graduate program offers the nation’s only master’s level degree in contemplative science. Gina’s focus of study was Mindfulness as it relates to law enforcement and first responders. Gina also has a Professional Certificate in Mindfulness from the University of California Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, and received her Training Certificate in teaching Mindfulness from MindfulSchools. She currently teaches mindfulness practices across a diverse set of populations and environments, including; law enforcement, first responders, youth, adolescents, adult one-on-one, classrooms, organizations, workshops, and retreats. Gina also teaches Pilates and movement, and believes that for optimum health, it is important to train both the body and mind. Gina has been training with techniques passed down from Joseph Pilates for over 15 years.