Mindfulness is the art of practicing presence in our lives in a non judgmental way. From this place of greater awareness we develop the ability to respond in skillful ways to the demands of life with less frustration and reactivity.
This 8 Week Course includes guided mindfulness practices, yoga asana, group dialogue, opportunities for self inquiry, a CD and materials to support the practice, a one day silent retreat on the 6th week and various ways to explore how mindfulness can enhance our lives overall.
This MBSR course will invite you to:
Pay attention to experiences with kindness and compassion
Learn to respond to undesirable circumstances with patience
Cultivate an awareness of the relationship between the mind and body
Promote a healing and empowering experience of your physical, emotional, and spiritual self
Practice living in the moments of your life rather than caught up in the worries of the future and thoughts of the past.
Research reveals that participants of the MBSR program report improvements in the following areas: ability to deal with stress and pain, sleep issues, depression, anxiety, high blood pressure, fatigue, self esteem, energy and enthusiasm.
Wednesdays, 1:30 - 4pm
April 12 - May 31, 2017
Day Of Mindfulness
Friday May 19, 11am - 5pm
$350 through 4/1
$375 after 4/1
$200 - for all past participants
Laura is the director of The Center and has been a student of Yoga since 1998 and teacher since 2003. While she began her professional career as a social worker and psychotherapist ~ her transition to teaching yoga developed out of her own healing through this practice and desire to share it’s powerful benefits. Laura has found that yoga asana and meditation "brings me home and helps me to meet the moment with awareness and kindness”. She facilitates our accredited Yoga Teacher Training Program and completed the Jefferson Mindfulness Institute's MBSR teaching practicum and the Center for Mindfulness' MBSR professional training. Laura is devoted to deepening these meaningful practices and sharing them with as many people as possible.