Developing Your Practice

Want to get involved with a mindfulness practice that you can take with you; one that deals with stress, wherever you go?  Do you dream of getting in touch with your personal“superpowers” and are looking for ways to access them?  Do you just want to be, a human being, rather than a human doing?

If you have answered yes to any of the questions above or just want to learn a new approach to living, you have arrived at the right place.

Join us!

If you are new to mindfulness or meditation, this is the class for you.  Each week you will practice, interact and go home with something.

Meeting Details:  75-minute class, weekly.  Check out the map below and the schedule for more information.

Sample Agenda:

Beginning Topic
Week 1 Basics, Sitting, Breathing, Moving
Week 2 Obstacles, Time, Kids, Job
Week 3 Present, Future, Past, Judgements
Week 4 Acceptance and Commitments
Week 5 Rebooting – Clean Your Cache
Week 6 Silent, Listen, Speak, Intention
Week 7 Self-Care, Self-talk, Mirroring
Week 8 Letting-Go, Move a Muscle, Change

Participant Comments:

  • “This workshop introduced me to very valuable information. I learned life lessons and practices in this class. The pricing was very fair.”
  • “It was worth the time and money because the benefits can last a lifetime. I found the emailed follow-ups very valuable. I appreciated being able to go over the material again.”
  • “This workshop was a wonderful introduction. It taught me numerous ways to begin and continue with a formal meditation practice. Also, I learned some techniques to use when feeling particularly stressed.”

Individual or Group Experience

Practice alone, or join a group of caring and sharing individuals that practice in a mindful way.  You will develop your wisdom and compassion, as a person who has a sustained mindfulness practice.

You will get many of the tools needed to actively live, love and handle life’s emotional stresses,  Our focus for all of our sessions is modeled on Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Positive Psychology and Cognitive Restructuring.  This series will help unhook from people, places and things that create negative thinking, or acting out behaviors, like eating a quart of Hagen Daz!

Participants learn the neuroscience of mindfulness and then apply mindfulness techniques in class, at home or work, to deal with everyday stress or emotional triggers, that might otherwise hook us into behaviors or actions that we might regret later.

This program helps you build “mental muscles” and strengthen a sustained personal practice.  You will find comfort in the community with like people who share your interest to go deep, explore, and discuss the science, spirituality, and philosophy behind mindfulness.

Work like you don’t need the money. Love like you’ve never been hurt. Dance like nobody’s watching.” – Satchel Paige


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