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Last Chance to Register: Mindfulness Training

It’s not too late to register for the Mindfulness Training at the Wood River YMCA!

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An 8 week course to increase one’s ability to relax, improve self-esteem, increase energy and enthusiasm for life, improve ability to cope more effectively with both short and long-term stressful situations and notice a reduction in pain levels and/or an enhanced ability to cope with pain that may not go away. 40 more words


Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction: Course Offering

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course in Ketchum, Idaho

January 12th- March 2nd!

Register at www.CaitlinRenz.com/MBSR


The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) class is an 8 week program that teaches mindfulness as a means of learning greater balance and effective strategies for an improved sense of wellness in one’s own life. 209 more words

Finding The Joy

Mindfulness Based Substance Abuse Treatment: Course Offering

Mindfulness Based Substance Abuse Treatment Course in Hailey, Idaho

January 8th- April 2nd, 2018

Register at www.CaitlinRenz.com/MBSAT


Jon Kabat-Zinn defines mindfulness as paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally. 240 more words


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CIM will resume normal hours on Monday, November 27th.


Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

A FREE online MBSR course. Designed by an experienced MBSR clinician. Offers a full 8 week course. Has lots of educational resources as well as guided meditation and yoga. 21 more words

Life is the Curriculum!

Yesterday, I was fortunate to attend A Day of Practice with master teacher Jon Kabat-Zinn in Los Angeles through Insight LA. For those who don’t know him, Jon Kabat-Zinn is the father of mindfulness in the west, as he secularized this ancient 3,000-year-old practice and integrated it into the seminal Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program and clinic he founded in the late 1970’s. 638 more words