Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
MBSR is for people who will commit to mindfulness practice six days a week for eight weeks PLUS one full day. A variety of practices will be taught including meditation, body scanning, yoga, mindful eating, and more. The relationship between mindfulness and stress and mindfulness and health, including positive changes in brain function, will be described in an understandable fashion. Talking and listening exercises, as well as group discussions are included in this course. The full day of practice is an important part of the program.
The benefits of this course are that it provides the participant with instruction, information, structure, and support for developing and maintaining mindfulness practices. The resulting skill of mindfulness of our bodies, thinking, and emotions brings insight into how we relate to stress and to life. We see choices that never occurred to us before. Rather than living with constant fear of not getting what we want, we begin to remember what it is like to feel good about being alive.
Eight weeks of two and a half hour classes plus one full Saturday
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Mindfulness in Everyday Life
Learn what it means to be mindful of body, mind, emotions, and life. Dr. Norma Harris will lead participants in activities that will help to you to recognize your natural ability to be mindful and aware. The 90 minutes will include guided exercises, group discussion, and practice. Experiential homework will be assigned and discussed.
This is a four week program that meets every Sunday from 9:00am – 10:30am starting January 7th.
Individual class drop-ins are allowed.
4 week program cost: $100
2 class cost: $55
Single class drop-in cost: $28
Classes are held at Grey Owl Mind-Body Studio
6250 Abbotts Bridge Road, Suite 500
Johns Creek, GA 30097
To Register: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Mindfulness Program for Teens
For adolescents experiencing stress related to grades, sports, family, friends, dating, appearance, health issues, and other, other, other. Researchers, educators, coaches, and medical professionals are recognizing the benefits to be gained from training in mindfulness, including:
- Increased focus
- Calmness and well-being
- Improved relating to others
- Improved decision making
This is an six session course for high school students who are willing to practice mindfulness, formally and informally, throughout the week. The course is called Learning to Breathe: A Mindfulness Curriculum for Adolescents to Cultivate Regulation, Attention, and Performance. It is based on Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) curriculum.
For more information please contact me: email@example.com
Thursday Midtown Meditation- Peachtree Branch Library
Put some meditation in your week.
Learn to recognize and manage stress in your life through meditation. This ancient practice cultivates confidence, making a difference in your work and your relationships.
Every Thursday, 12:15 noon – 1:15pm
Atlanta Public Library – Peachtree Branch at 16th & Peachtree St (1315 Peachtree St.)
directly across from the High Museum, one floor above the Museum of Design Atlanta
Dress: All dress is appropriate. We will meditate in chairs.