Develop and strengthen inner resources for coping, growing, and healing.


Mindfulness is the practice of cultivating awareness of what is happening in the present moment in a way that is compassionate, nonreactive, and nonjudgmental.  This program can help individuals who are experiencing:

  • Stress: personal, work, school, family, illness, grief, financial, etc.
  • Psychological/emotional distress including anxiety, depression or panic
  • Medical conditions such as chronic pain or fatigue, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, heart disease, asthma, sleep disturbances, irritable bowel syndrome, etc.
  • A feeling of being “out of control” or “out of balance”

Duration: An orientation, 8-weekly classes and one daylong class on a Saturday.  MBSR Class Schedule

Payment plans available upon request.

Scholarships: If you feel you cannot attend the class because of cost, we encourage you to apply for a scholarship.

Orientation: One or two week(s) before class begins we’ll hold a two-hour required orientation, to introduce the MBSR class, answer any questions, fill out paperwork and meet with individual participants.

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What You will Learn

Research Based Mindfulness that Actually Works

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) was developed in 1979 by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center of Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. Kabat-Zinn’s research between 1979 and 2002 focused on mind/body interactions for healing; on various clinical applications of mindfulness meditation training for people with chronic pain and/or stress-related disorders; on the effects of MBSR on the brain and how it processes emotions, particularly under stress, and on the immune system.


What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a way of learning to pay attention in a sustained and particular way, on purpose, in the present moment to whatever is happening in your life. 

“Mindfulness can only be understood from the inside out. It is not one more cognitive-behavioural technique to be deployed in a behavior change paradigm, but a way of being and a way of seeing that has profound implications for understanding the nature of our own minds and bodies, and for living life as if it really mattered.” Jon Kabat-Zinn, 2003. Mindfulness-based interventions in context: Past, present, and future. Clinical Psychology Science and Practice 10:144-56.


What you learn in the Mindfulness class

Learn how to actively engage in and improve your ability to take better care of your own health and well-being and discover peace of mind, a sense of balance, and the ability to manage and enjoy life on a day to day basis.


Tools you take with you even after the class

In the class you learn to explore your physical, mental and emotional experiences and how they’re connected. Once the class is finished you will be able to work with stress, anxiety, pain, illness and everyday challenges in a new way.


How the Mindfulness Course Has Helped Community Members