Are you healing and in the midst of the "full catastrophe of life" as Jon Kabat-Zinn refers to it, or are you looking for a mental performance edge? The type of mindfulness course you engage in will be determined by your individual needs and goals.
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 a Mindfulness-Based program - and which course is right for your needs!
Date: 6:00 to 8:30 pm // Tuesdays: September 19, 26, October 3, 10, 19 (Thursday), 24, 31, November 7 *All Day Retreat on Saturday, October 28th
Location: The Inversion Yoga Cabin, 220 N. Millward St., Jackson, WY
Cost: $375 Early Registration (by August 21st) // $425 Regular Rate
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction is for those looking to develop skills in the areas of focus, self-awareness, and resilience in order to respond more effectively in the face of life’s various challenges. Frequently participants sign up for MBSR having identified a specific stressor that is causing them to suffer in some way - physically, emotionally or spiritually. Similar to physical training for the body, regular training in how to pay attention has positive implications for well-being. Leverage the growing body of neuroscience research and methodology to train healthy habits of mind with this 8-week evidence-based course.
PLEASE NOTE that entry into MBSR requires completion of a registration form and a 30 minute phone or in-person pre-course intake meeting to assess whether it is the right time to participate in MBSR. The instructor will discuss expectations and needs with you. If together you decide that the timing is not right, you will be refunded in full.
Mountain Mind Project provides empirically supported mental health and stress reduction options to the mountain west, including rural and tribal communities