MINDFULNESS

Training in the moment-by-moment awareness of thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, relationships and environment

Mindfulness: Tools for an Unburdened Life

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Date: Wednesdays, January 30- March 13 (no class February 20th)
Time: 6-7:15pm
Presenter: Nick Doolittle
Price: $120 with registration before January 23rd, $150 after

Learn how to eliminate patterns of stress, reactivity, and anxiety in your life.  In this class, open to all experience levels, we will learn about the theory and practice of mindfulness techniques from a variety of traditions, including Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR),  Buddhism, and therapeutic models.  This class is for those particularly interested in going beyond themes of soothing, coping, or relaxation, to establish deeper and more authentic change in their lives.  The class will be a mix of instruction, discussion, and in-class exercises and practices.

Class will proceed with a minimum of 6 students enrolled, and will be limited to a maximum of 12.

Contact Nick Doolittle at 724-466-4253 or nickdoolittle@gmail.com for more information or to register.


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Mind Training: Waking Up in the Blink of an Eye

Date: Thursdays, February 28 – April 4 (6 weeks)
Time:5:30-6:30pm
Instructors: Bruce McClelland and Carole Gaudet
Price: $120 

It’s possible to become more adventurous and begin to take risks in our thinking and in all our interactions with the world. Through this training, we can discover that we have all the qualities we need to journey, in the blink of an eye, from self-centered ways of thinking to a more open and curious mind. This class will make use of traditional mind training slogans that encourage us, beginning right where we are, to act and free ourselves from the complacency that prevents us from experiencing the limitless possibilities of the world as it is. Each session will include short talks, guided meditation practice, and group discussion. Appropriate for all levels.

About the Mindful Work Initiative: Bruce McClelland and Carole Gaudet teach mindfulness meditation at the Tuck School of Business, as well as at Information, Technology and Consulting Services at Dartmouth. They have over 50 years combined experience in practicing mindfulness, and have been teaching for 25 years.

Class will proceed with a minimum of 8 students enrolled.

For questions or to register, email Carole at carole.gaudet@gmail.com


Seasonal P.A.U.S.E.
Back to Basics: Reclaiming the Elemental Self

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Dates: March 21, June 20, September 19 & November 21
Time:6:30-8pm
Presenter: Angelique Priscilla, PT
Price: $20 per class, $90 for 5-class series

Pause in presence and breathe; rest; listen; be aware.
Allow inner truth to flow.
Uncover your inner knowing.
Simply rest in the vastness, BE.
Enjoy yourself, and enliven your Self.

Hour and a half gatherings seasonally to connect into the energy flows in the body for each particular season. Gathering/sharing in circle, Guided meditation, guiet time for rest and integration. Bring what you need to be comfortable seated or laying down. Bring a journal if you like. Bring something to place in the center of the circle that represents the particular season, as an honoring.

Angelique Priscilla PT has been providing integrative manual therapy in the Upper Valley for 35+ years, the last 17 of which have been in her home practice in Wilder. She is a 1980 UVM graduate with a BS in Physical Therapy. More about Angelique at http://www.angeliquepriscilla.com

For questions or to register, email Angelique Priscilla at peace@angeliquepriscilla.com