These experiential and engaging workshops, whether you are a beginner or experienced meditator, are an opportunity to learn about mindfulness and stress-reduction skills, deepen your practice, and to cultivate compassion and attunement.
Retreat - Mindfulness Practice Day: Deepening into Authentic Presence and Cultivating Compassion
This day of guided and silent meditation and mindful movement is an opportunity to engage with a practice community, deepen your personal practice, and tend to your own experience. Practices will include guided sitting, standing, lying down, walking, and movement meditations, inquiry and reflection, sharing and periods of silence.
Suggested donation: $50-90
Upcoming Practice Days
March 8, 9:30-4 pm
April 26, 9:30-4 pm Longmont, CO.
Registration coming soon
Program Preview for Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: An orientation for anyone interested in transforming their relationship to stress.
An introduction to the 8-week classes, including practices and inquiry, details about the course and outcomes, pre-course stress and depression surveys, and an opportunity to prepare thoughtfully, manage logistics, and ask questions.
Suggested donation: $15-25
February 28, 9:30-11:00 am (MBCT)
Workshop - Introduction to Mindfulness Half-Day:
For beginners new to meditation
This simple and effective way to help quiet the mind, increase attention, awareness and resiliency allows you to become more responsive and less reactive by experiencing new ways to be present in your life.
Suggested donation $35-50 per person.
Upcoming Intro Workshops:
Saturday March 7, 1-4 pm
Workshop - Mindfulness for Parents and Teens:
Practices will be both individual and relational with a focus on physical and emotional literacy, responding vs. reacting, mindfulness of communication, and pausing to tend to yourself first, tuning in so that you can then be present and responsive to others.
$25 per parent in attendance.
Next Parent/Teen Class:
TBD. Longmont, CO.
"It felt so good to carve out this time for myself, to really allow myself to be with me for a few hours."
What to Expect during the Workshops:
• Guided practices to train attention, cultivate present-moment awareness, manage emotions, and reduce stress
-Explore a variety of postures and supports for sustaining longer periods of meditation
-Engage in sitting, standing, and movement practices
• Participate in open inquiry to ask questions about mindfulness meditation and study inner experience
-An opportunity to rest your attention on your own experience, slow down, arrive in the present moment, and accept yourself just as you are.