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THE ABILITY TO LIVE FULLY CAN BE TRAINED


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THE ABILITY TO LIVE FULLY CAN BE TRAINED


participatory medicine.

Congratulations on taking the first step towards doing something for yourself and your health. Despite the variety of challenging life situations you might be faced with, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction is based on the premise that "there is more that is right than you than wrong with you". 

Thanks to fMRI studies we now know that the brain can change in structure and function and can be trained like a muscle. Mindfulness meditation specifically benefits the areas of the brain related to focus, self-awareness, and resilience. 

A free 30 minute consultation will introduce you to the elements of mindfulness and determine if the timing is right to embark on an 8 week MBSR course. 

Call 307.264.0228 to schedule a free consultation now.


UPCOMING COURSES

 

Mindfulness-based stress reduction

Date: Wednesdays, Jan. 11th - Mar. 1st, 2017 @ 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm // Full Day Retreat: Saturday, Feb. 18th @ 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Location: Chiropractic & Sports Injury Center of Jackson Hole, Jackson, WY

Cost: $375 // $200 for employees of St. John's Medical Center, Teton Science School, Teton County School District

(Scholarships available >> See Registration Form)

Please register by Dec. 20th, 2016

 

The resilience gym: Mental training for stress, pain, and illness

Date: Tuesday, February 7th 6-8 pm

Location: TBD

Cost: $25

To register contact Central Wyoming College Jackson at: (800) 863-7170 or Jacksoninfo@cwc.edu

 

MINDFULNESS-BASED STRESS REDUCTION

Date: Wednesdays, May 3rd - Jun. 21st, 2017 @ 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm // Full Day Retreat: Saturday, Jun. 10th @ 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Location: TBD

Cost: $375 // $200 for employees of St. John's Medical Center, Teton Science School, Teton County School District

(Scholarships available >> See Registration Form)

 

the resilience GYM: Mental performance training for athletes

Date: Tuesday, May 9th 6-8 pm

Location: TBD

Cost: $25

To register contact Central Wyoming College Jackson at: (800) 863-7170 or Jacksoninfo@cwc.edu

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction is an 8-week psycho-educational group intervention. The central focus of the program is intensive training in mindfulness meditation and the integration of these skills into everyday life. We specifically focus on investigating the stress reactivity cycle and changing our relationship to stressors in our lives. Using mindfulness, our actions and decisions have the potential to become conscious, more informed, deliberate, and less automatic or reactive.

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How quickly or slowly you recover from a setback (resilience) can be improved and trained like a muscle. The brain is always changing as the result of experience, so why not learn to shape it in positive ways with the conditions that support focus, self-awareness, and resilience? Explore the fundamentals of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in this experiential workshop. We’ll discuss in plain language the neuroscience and physiology that impacts your felt experience of stress and pain, with plenty of mindfulness practice exercises to inform your personal understanding. Participants will leave with a self-designed mental training routine. 
 

 

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction is an 8-week psycho-educational group intervention. The central focus of the program is intensive training in mindfulness meditation and the integration of these skills into everyday life. We specifically focus on investigating the stress reactivity cycle and changing our relationship to stressors in our lives. Using mindfulness, our actions and decisions have the potential to become conscious, more informed, deliberate, and less automatic or reactive.

Read More →

 
 

How quickly or slowly you recover from a setback (resilience) can be improved and trained like a muscle. Explore the fundamentals of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in this experiential workshop and discover the mental equivalent of a physical fitness routine for focus, self-awareness and resilience. We’ll explore why athletes have a prime entry point into mindfulness practice and how this mental training can positively impact performance in your sport. With plenty of mindfulness practice exercises to inform your personal understanding, participants will leave with a self-designed mental training routine. 


ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Sasha Dingle is a qualified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher as defined by the UC San Diego School of Medicine and pursuing ongoing certification under the mentorship of Susan Woods. She has a B.S. in Psychology from Montana State University Bozeman with a focus on clinical applications and community development. 

Sasha is the founder of Mountain Mind Project. She considers her background as an elite competitive athlete to be her "doorway" into her own contemplative practice.  Sasha was a competitor on the Freeride World Tour, Freeskiing World Tour, Alpine Ski Racing NORAM circuit and U.S. Mountain Bike Nationals, and trained with the U.S. Ski Team Development System.

Sasha's experience in group process and group communication comes from her work as a Fulbright Fellow to Vietnam where she taught "Leadership Communication" courses as an adjunct instructor at Vinh University and a workshop series at the U.S. Embassy. Sasha co-founded the Montana State University Chapter of Sustained Dialogue, and organized the Montana State University Leadership Institute "Leadership Summit" conference where she facilitated a workshop on cross-cultural communication. She has participated in and facilitated Advisory Board meetings of the MSU Leadership Institute, Hopa Mountain and the Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation.

Through Mountain Mind Project, Sasha is currently teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction courses and working on Mindfulness initiatives in Jackson, WY in the areas of healthcare, education, sports mental training, and non-profit and business workplaces.


Mountain Mind Project provides empirically supported mental health and stress reduction options to the mountain west, including rural and tribal communities


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