Mindfulness 201 is a five-week program consisting of five 90 minutes classes, offering practices and tools to deepen and strengthen one's mindfulness practice. It builds on the foundations learned during either Mindfulness for Beginners, MBSR or Mindfulness 101. It is recommended that participants have completed any one of these courses and/or have a regular, personal meditation practice prior to attending this offering.
Each class will include guided meditations, experiential exercises, instructive talks, and group discussion with feedback. Every week you will receive homework suggestions to help you incorporate and skillfully apply the teachings and practices covered in class into your daily life. Once the class starts you will receive access to the dedicated learning platform containing home practice materials, including downloadable guided meditations.
Two decades of published research indicate that the majority of people who practice mindfulness have a greater ability to cope more effectively with both short- and long-term stressful situations. By learning to actively participate in the management of their own health and well-being, many practitioners report they are better able to manage stress, fear, anger, anxiety and depression both at home and in the workplace. People taking this class come from all walks of life, but they share one thing in common - the desire to find more balance, peace and happiness in their lives. We hope you can join us!
Led by Janka Livoncova. Learn more about Janka here.
There is a work-study scholarship available for those in need. Please call Janka at 423-488-5406 or email the Center at [email protected] to inquire.