If you would like to organize one of these courses for a group of teens please contact Heidi directly
Learning to BREATHE (L2B) is a mindfulness-based curriculum created for classroom or group settings. This curriculum is intended to strengthen attention and emotion regulation, cultivate wholesome emotions like gratitude and compassion, expand the repertoire of stress management skills, and help participants integrate mindfulness into daily life. Each lesson includes age-appropriate discussion, activities, and opportunities to practice mindfulness in a group setting. L2B has been researched in many setting and used with adolescents and adults.
MINDFUL MORNING RETREAT
Theme ~ Mindfulness Around Technology
Location: Vitalize Studio
Mindful Morning Retreats are a wonderful opportunity to tune-in to your present moment experience. The class flows from one mindfulness practice to the next including sitting meditation, walking meditation, body scans and mindful movement. All the while receiving guidance and encouragement to delve more deeply into the present moment. The retreat is suitable for students brand new to mindfulness and those wanting some support to refresh an already existing practice.
FALL 20 19 ~ MBSR COURSES ~Registration OPEN!
Salt Lake City
Location: Meet Me on 33rd
Time: Monday mornings 9:30am-12:00pm
September 9th - November 4th
All-day retreat TBD
Location: Park City Hospital
Time: Wednesday evenings 6:00pm-8:30pm
September 11th - November 6th
All- day retreat October 26th
To register use following link
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction-MBSR-is an intensive 8-week, 9-session training in mindfulness. Groups meet weekly for 2.5 hours and for an all-day session between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various mindfulness practices is provided, including sitting and walking meditation, the body scan, gentle yoga, and other guided meditations. These practices are enhanced through inquiry exercises, group dialogue, daily home assignments, guided audio files, and practice materials. MBSR was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1979. Since that time hundreds of studies have been done proving the benefits to overall health and well-being of participants in MBSR courses.