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Mindfulness is a nonjudgmental awareness in which each thought, feeling, and sensation that arises is acknowledged and accepted as it is. This steady and non-reactive attention is often radically different from the way we normally operate in the world.

Simple as it may sound, mindfulness transforms how we relate to events and experiences.  It creates a more spacious way of being in the world that is less reactive and generally happier.

While mindfulness is not the cure-all often touted in the media these days, scientists have found that practicing mindfulness is associated with changes in the structure and function of the brain as well as changes in our body’s response to stress, suggesting that this practice has important impacts on our physical and emotional health. 

Evidence indicates that mindfulness

  1. Alleviates depression and anxiety
  2. Improves overall health and wellbeing
  3. Eases pain
  4. Enhances performance
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Have you considered Mind-Body Therapies?

Mind-body practices are techniques designed to enhance the mind's positive impact on the body. These techniques practices include behavioral, psychological, social, expressive, and spiritual approaches.

Mind-body therapies include:

  • Meditation
  • Prayer
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Guided imagery
  • Biofeedback
  • Yoga

Mindfulness Programs

Our community mindfulness classes have served thousands of people, and include in-person and online opportunities for more than two decades.

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