past events

Susan Reynolds explores the Digital Wellness Movement

Start date: May 24, 2019

End date: May 27, 2019

Location: A Mindful Society Conference: Toronto, Canada

Susan Reynolds explores the Digital Wellness Movement

Pause.

Check in.

Notice how you feel as you check your email or social media.

This is probably something you do many times a day or perhaps even several times per hour. As digital technology evolves more rapidly than our capacity to cope with or even understand it, how can we use our technology rather than being used by it?

Our Breakout Minute features Susan Reynolds exploring the Digital Wellness Movement. On Saturday, May 25th, Susan will moderate a multidisciplinary panel including: Nina Hersher, Dr. Anna Lomanowska, and Gabi Jubran. These experts will share their research and explore Mindfulness as the Epicenter of the Digital Wellness Movement.

Breakout Minute with Susan Reynolds from A Mindful Society on Vimeo.

Next Web in Amsterdam

Start date: May 9, 2019

End date: May 10, 2019

Location: NDSM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Next Web in Amsterdam

James Williams in Stand Out of Our Light states:

“Something deep and potentially irreversible seems to be happening to human attention in the age of information. Responding to it well may be the biggest moral and political challenge of our time.”

The panel will share how the “Power Down for Presence, Passion, Purpose” has catalyzed the next generation across the globe to look up, put their phones down, engage in real life and make a difference in their world. With a demand for humane tech, they’ve established a call to action. Come learn how your country’s students, investors and companies can join our rapidly expanding Mindhood Movement.

Europe’s First Digital Wellbeing Event

Start date: May 3, 2019

End date: May 4, 2019

Location: London

Europe’s First Digital Wellbeing Event

Digital Mindfulness brings together the global digital wellness community, along with innovative brands, world-renown thought leaders and like-minded people to connect, share insights, and experience the very best the digital wellness industry has to offer.

Digital wellbeing is about recognising the power and pitfalls of technology; of the need to use it intentionally, to protect individual minds, relationships, the wider community, and humanity more generally.

Momentum is building.

2019 Hanover Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum

Date: March 29, 2019

Time: 9am to 4pm

Location: Hanover Inn, Hanover, NH

2019 Hanover Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum

The Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum is a semi-annual, coast to coast conference and startup competition, taking place in the Spring in Hanover and in the Fall in San Francisco. This year’s spring conference on Friday, March 29, 2019 will be bigger and better, with amazing keynotes, industry panel discussions, mentorship hours with industry experts, and our must-attend startup competition.

The Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum, Hanover, presented by Borealis Ventures, brings together the Dartmouth community from coast to coast highlighting great ideas and the network of alumni for which Dartmouth excels.

Digital Wellness: Screenwise Families

Date: March 25, 2019

Time: 19:00 to 20:30

Location: The Drama League - Studio Lab 32 6th Avenue New York, NY 10013

Digital Wellness: Screenwise Families

This groundbreaking digital wellness event consists of a pre-screening of Child, Disrupted followed by a panel of Digital Wellness experts from Digital Wellness Collective.

The film explores this question: as a society, are we in danger of raising a generation of children disrupted by the overuse of technology?

*Doors open at 6:45

Copenhagan Tech Fest

Start date: September 5, 2018

End date: September 9, 2018

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagan Tech Fest

Technology is constantly evolving, incredible yet pervasive, challenging us to establish best practices for mental health and socialization. Join us at this Meetup to learn how intentional tech practices are being used to both prevent and recover from burnout and sensory overload. Discover strategies for young professionals to sustain wellness in the digital age, and methods for university students to create mindful, digitally aware communities. Shift your tech habits from those that fatigue you to those that fuel you, and find the optimal balance between productivity and self-care in an era of overstimulation.

In our Digital Wellness mini-series, we look into the growing number of tools and strategies, both holistic and tech-based, to help participants achieve optimal productivity and wellness in the digital age. Experts and university students share their experiences