CINCINNATI, OH – December 15, 2020 – Health experts agree that meditation is very important in reducing and managing stress, reducing both negative emotions and physical pain, and in enhancing the body’s immune system, benefits that we can all use a lot more of right now. Cincinnati Sports Club will be kicking off the New Year by hosting the TriHealth Meditation Series, a beginners’ introduction to the various meditation techniques in three, 30-45 minute sessions, which take place during January, February and March. Safe social distancing guidelines will be followed, and class size is limited. The three sessions, led by TriHealth Professionals, which are free and open to the community include: -Mindfulness Meditation, January 18th, 6pm Focuses on breathing and bringing awareness into the movement and is beneficial for stress management -Body Scan, February 15th, 6pm Focuses on bringing attention to the body to get to the roots of tension, stress and pain. Can help promote sleep. -Guided Imagery, March 15th, 6pm Focuses on intentional visualizations that can help shift perception and mood, as well as destressing and relaxation. Despite common misconceptions, meditation does not require a person to clear the mind of all thought, nor does it demand years of practice to gain any real benefit. In reality, anyone can learn to meditate, and many people report experiencing a benefit with just one session. However, the best way to understand the lasting benefits of meditation is through continued practice. To register for this free meditation series, call Cincinnati Sports Club at 513-527-4000. Now in its 30th year, and locally owned and operated, Cincinnati Sports Club has grown steadily across 16 sprawling acres at 3950 Red Bank Road in Fairfax, Ohio. It is accessible by three street entrances – at 3950 Red Bank Road, 5535 Murray Avenue and 3939 Virginia Avenue. For more information about the Cincinnati Sports Club, visit www.CincinnatiSportsClub.com. More about TriHealth TriHealth is hospitals, physicians and the community working together to help people live better. We provide clinical, educational, preventive and social programs through Bethesda North, Bethesda Butler, Good Samaritan Hospital at Evendale, Good Samaritan and McCullough-Hyde hospitals and more than 140 other locations throughout Greater Cincinnati. This includes an ambulatory network, physician practices, research division, employer-based health services, hospice care, and fitness.