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[Live, online] MBSR course
Sep
4
12:00 PM12:00

[Live, online] MBSR course

The mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course is designed to help participants create and sustain their own mindfulness practice. In this live, online course you can take part wherever you are. This entire course will be online and interactive.

MBSR is a well-researched course which is quite intensive in nature: participants are asked to commit to attending the Orientation, then a weekly class, plus 45-60 minutes of mindfulness practice six days a week, for eight weeks. An ‘all day’ retreat is a key part of the course and will take place between classes 6 and 7.

The course provides a supportive foundation of formal mindfulness techniques and less formal practices, in a small group. Through the course participants deepen their awareness of the relationship between mind and body, and grow their inner resources for coping and healing, learning how to take better care of themselves. 

The in-person MBSR course was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at University of Massachusetts Medical School and is offered to complement rather than replace traditional medical and psychological treatments - read more about MBSR here.

Click here to apply for your place on this course and if you have any questions, contact Laura.

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What's happening now? (Mindfulness for kids)
May
19
1:00 PM13:00

What's happening now? (Mindfulness for kids)

Join this group of 6-12 year olds to engage the senses and notice what's happening! Through art, play, movement and food we will explore how opportunities for mindfulness show up in day-to-day life. The 2 hour class, part of the On the Hill Gallery Third Sundays series, will be co-led by Melissa McGill, yoga, meditation and preschool teacher; and Laura Stephens, lead mindfulness teacher for A Mindful Mess LLC.

Register by phone 757-369-1108 or in person at On the Hill Gallery (full Gallery contact details here!) Third Sundays series classes are $25/class.

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Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course
Apr
28
2:00 PM14:00

Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course

The mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course is designed to help participants create and sustain their own mindfulness practice. It is a well-researched course which is quite intensive in nature: participants are asked to commit to attending the Orientation, then a weekly class, plus 45-60 minutes of mindfulness practice six days a week, for eight weeks. An ‘all day’ retreat is a key part of the course and will take place in between classes 6 and 7.

The course provides a supportive foundation of formal mindfulness techniques and less formal practices, in a small group setting. Through the course participants deepen their awareness of the relationship between mind and body, and grow their inner resources for coping and healing, learning how to take better care of themselves. 

MBSR was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at University of Massachusetts Medical School and is offered to complement rather than replace traditional medical and psychological treatments - read more about MBSR here.

Key dates for MBSR:
First class 2pm Sunday, April 28
’All day’ retreat (location TBC) Saturday June 8
Last class Sunday, June 16

Click here to apply for your place on this course and if you have any questions, contact Laura.

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Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course (FREE ORIENTATION)
Apr
14
2:00 PM14:00

Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course (FREE ORIENTATION)

The mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course is designed to help participants create and sustain their own mindfulness practice. It is a well-researched course which is quite intensive in nature: participants are asked to commit to attending the Orientation, then a weekly class, plus 45-60 minutes of mindfulness practice six days a week, for eight weeks. An ‘all day’ retreat is a key part of the course and will take place in between classes 6 and 7.

The course provides a supportive foundation of formal mindfulness techniques and less formal practices, in a small group setting. Through the course participants deepen their awareness of the relationship between mind and body, and grow their inner resources for coping and healing, learning how to take better care of themselves. 

MBSR was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at University of Massachusetts Medical School and is offered to complement rather than replace traditional medical and psychological treatments - read more about MBSR here.

Key dates for MBSR:
Orientation 2pm Sunday, April 14
First class 2pm Sunday, April 28
’All day’ retreat (TBC) Saturday June 8
Last class Sunday, June 16

Click here to apply for your place on this course and if you have any questions, contact Laura.

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Thursday Mindfulness Series
Apr
4
10:00 AM10:00

Thursday Mindfulness Series

Practice mindfulness in community with this weekly teacher-led group. Guided techniques to support mindfulness will be offered and there will be an opportunity for group discussion. Feel free to arrive from 9:45 for an unguided period of seated mindfulness meditation prior to class.

Apply here (discounted rate of $60 for all 10 classes), or drop in for $10 per class. Contact Laura for more information.

If you would like to attend but the pricing makes this unfeasible, please apply asking about the scholarships available.

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8-week MBSR course (Tuesday evenings)
Jan
1
6:30 PM18:30

8-week MBSR course (Tuesday evenings)

The mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course is designed to help participants create and sustain their own mindfulness practice. It is a well-researched course which is intensive in nature: participants are asked to commit to attending the Orientation, then a weekly class, plus 45-60 minutes of mindfulness practice six days a week, for eight weeks. An ‘all day’ retreat is a key part of the course and will take place in late February.

The course provides a supportive foundation of formal mindfulness techniques and less formal practices, in a small group setting. Through the course participants deepen their awareness of the relationship between mind and body, and grow their inner resources for coping and healing, learning how to take better care of themselves. 

MBSR was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at University of Massachusetts Medical School and is offered to complement rather than replace traditional medical and psychological treatments - read more about MBSR here.

Click here to APPLY for your place on this course (select ‘MBSR Tuesdays 6:30 PM’).

Key dates for MBSR at On the Hill Gallery
Orientation 6:30 PM Tuesday, January 8
Class 1 6:30 PM Tuesday, January 15
’All day’ retreat (TBC) Sunday, February 24

If you have any questions contact Laura.

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