Basic Mindfulness practices or drop-in
With this offering I will lead participants in the basics of Mindfulness. Each class will have it’s own focus and can be taken without attending other sessions. There is an advantage of attending on a regular basis. If you are interested, we can explore to see where our basic meetings take us. Often when we meet, topics arise that lend to a variety of Mindfulness practices. This helps to create sessions that are unique to the audience.
Mindful Self-Compassion is of particular interest to me. In this course we will explore beliefs that may be limiting ourselves. Once we have that lens, we can create a healthy perspective of ourselves and others. Learning to befriend yourself helps to create inner peace.
Mindfulness for stressful, difficult times
Mindfulness can’t change our circumstances but, it can help us respond instead of react to circumstances. Mindfulness can help us appreciate our humanness in difficult situations. We can learn to pause and take inventory to choose how best to respond.
This course is particularly for women who are making sure other’s needs are met with little steam left for themselves. We will explore beliefs that we use to justify where we put ourselves on our care list. With this awareness, we will form new beliefs and experiences.
Mindfulness for Families
When I began learning about Mindfulness, the courses I took were specifically for school-age children. Seeing transformative responses, I thought ‘this would be great for families.’ This is why I completed the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program. We will explore how Mindfulness can bridge the gap that can help create a healthy environment for participants and even non-participants. We will explore our humanness and how we relate to each other.