The Center for Mindful Living is dedicated to helping people improve their health, cultivate clarity and peace, and experience more balance in all aspects of their lives: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Our lives are busy, very busy. Here at the Center you will learn at your own pace, simple user-friendly ways to reduce stress and feel better.

Some people come simply because they want more balance in their lives. Others are referred to our programs by their doctor, therapist or past participants, but all come because they want something better for themselves. People come because they are experiencing family, job or financial stress, or because they struggle with anxiety, panic or depression. Others attend classes here that address dis-ordered eating, ruminating thought patterns and worry, or chronic pain. If you suffer with GI distress, sleep disturbances, high blood pressure, diabetes, fibromyalgia or headaches this approach may be for you. There are over two decades of published research that documents the benefits of living mindfully and mindfulness meditation.

We are creatures of habit. Life, on the other hand, is full of surprises and changes, some of which upset or anger us and we in turn react out of old patterns. Mindfulness is learning to pay attention in a particular, non-judgmental way to what is happening right now, allowing us the opportunity to choose how we respond rather than react to what life hands us. Becoming mindful is a way to use your mind and body to do what no one else can do for you: take charge of your well-being and feel more in control of your life.

At the Center for Mindful Living you will systematically learn, at your own pace, simple user-friendly meditations and mindfulness techniques. We begin by non-judgmentally noticing what is going on in our mind, body and around us. Little by little the noise in our head quiets and life becomes less disappointing and painful, more enjoyable and hopeful. At the Center you can choose to participate in private instruction, group programs, meditation retreats, workshops or mindfulness-based therapy.

The Center also offers workshops, retreats, seminars and individual professional consultation designed for professionals wishing to incorporate mindfulness into their personal and professional life. Particular focus is on the integration of mindfulness into therapeutic, medical and educational settings where people with stress, depression, anxiety, disordered eating and chronic conditions are seen. We also tailor programs specifically to an organization or corporationís needs. Please contact the Center for more information.

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