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From Blessed to Stressed, Part 2

As we exit Stress Awareness Month, I wanted to share a specific practice may allow you to have another perspective on stress. In the Mindfulness -Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) class we define stress as change, which is an inevitable part of life. 949 more words


From Stressed to Blessed

(This blog post was adapted from a piece written for HeraHub: Co-working Space for Women– for April is STRESS AWARENESS MONTH)

The demands of the business day seem to continuously pile up: the phone calls, emails, voicemails, budgets, reports, and meetings on the schedule. 924 more words


2 New Mindfulness Classes in Downtown St. Petersburg

Mindful Awareness Training-8 (MBSR)

Beginning Wednesday, May 4, DayQuest Life Healthy-Mind Services will begin 7 weekly classes from 7:00 – 8:30 PM at the Station House Mind-Body-Station. 778 more words

Mindful Solutions

Mindful Letter from Bev: Happy 20th Birthday MBSR!

Just got this letter from Bev with an update on mindfulness. It turns out this is the 20th birthday for the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) programs at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics! 2,004 more words

Psychosomatic Medicine

NIH Study: Mindfulness Relieves Lower Back Pain - Better and Longer

Check out this major study funded by National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), part of the National Institutes of Health and published by the AMA reporting that lower back pain sufferers got more relief and greater functioning for a longer time from… 87 more words

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Easy Chair

As part of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program that I’ve been completing, I’ve been doing yoga.  One of the positions is  “the chair”.  It is basically adopting a near sitting position, using the air as a seat. 317 more words


The Mountain

The current lesson of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course that I am completing includes the mountain meditation. It is a guided meditation with visual imagery. First, the mountain is visualized as strong, beautiful and subject to constant change and harsh conditions. 398 more words

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