March 7, 2022
March is a time for growth, rebirth, and Spring cleaning. As you begin to make space in your home, don’t forget to take the time to also make space for self-care. No matter what intentions you’ve set for the spring season, our live and on-demand mindfulness programs cover a wide range of topics to support you, including reducing stress and developing healthy habits. Log in and explore these live, multi-week eM Life programs to help you get into the spirit of newness and Spring.
QuitSmart Mindfully – March 7th
eMindful’s QuitSmart Mindfully program has repeatedly demonstrated that over 40% of participants have stopped smoking measured by the six month milestone. eMindful has collaborated with Dr. Robert H. Shipley, Director of the Duke University Medical Center Stop Smoking Program, to offer you an integrated program that is truly effective. Join us for this 10-session program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Jim Austin.
Mindfully Overcoming Addictive Behaviors – March 8th
In this program, participants will develop their self-awareness skills to identify the triggers, obstacles and pain behaviors associated with addiction. This program creates a strong foundation by examining the behaviors associated with addiction and applying mindfulness practices to effectively manage impulses and shift limiting mindsets. Join us for this 10-week program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Mark Pirtle.
Mindfulness at Work: Stress Reduction – March 8th
Life comes at us fast, and sometimes hard. Stress affects us all. It’s how we deal with life’s challenges that determines our quality of life. These interactive sessions will help you learn how to apply mindfulness in your everyday life to improve your health, happiness, and performance. Join us for this 10-session program led by expert mindfulness teacher Bernice Moore.
The Art of Mindful Eating – March 11th and 30th
Bringing mindfulness to eating can be an opportunity to reduce stress, train our attention, help us cultivate appreciation, and give us awareness into what emotions drive auto-pilot “snacking” behaviors. Through this program, you will get back in touch with and build a stronger sense of choice. Mindfulness allows us to pop out of auto-pilot and make a choice to change. Join us for The Art of Mindful Eating, a 60-minute mindfulness program taught by expert mindfulness teachers Cindy Gittleman (March 11th) and Elisha Goldstein (March 30th).
Breaking Free From The Stress & Eating Cycle – March 17th and 29th
Anytime we are trying to make a nutrition or exercise change that we want to maintain over time it is important to evaluate our stress level. Stress is one of the major obstacles to making and maintaining healthy lifestyle changes. The focus of this program is to learn skills based on the principles of “mindfulness” to better manage stress and support losing and maintaining weight. Join us for Breaking Free From The Stress & Eating Cycle, a 60-minute mindfulness program taught by expert mindfulness teachers Cindy Gittleman (March 17th) and Jim Austin (March 29th).
Cultivating Compassion – March 22nd
It’s natural to feel empathy and compassion for those who are struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention when you need it most? Join us for this 3-session program led by expert mindfulness teacher Marta Patterson.
Skills to Thrive in Anxious Times – March 24th
Change and uncertainty contribute to added stress and anxiety for many. With Skills to Thrive in Anxious Times, the 60-minute, expert-led, interactive sessions will help you develop the skills to overcome the habitual patterns of thoughts and feelings that get in the way of your day-to-day success and fulfillment at work. This six-session program is led by expert mindfulness teacher Roger Nolan.
Weight Balance for Life – March 28th
Do you have trouble losing weight or keeping it off, without knowing why? Research shows that it’s often because eating has become a way of habitually coping with stress and other emotions. Weight Balance for Life™ brings a powerful mind-body approach to how we live and eat—for a lifetime. Join us for this 20-session program led by expert mindfulness teacher Jim Austin.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Training – March 29th
When we are presented with difficult situations or have difficult thoughts, these can spiral into a dark cloud impacting our everyday life. Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Training (MBCT) is a live, 16-session mindfulness training workshop with a 4-hour retreat taught by an expert teacher. The program, which is based on cognitive behavioral therapy principles, has been proven to help you build skills to cultivate positive feelings, thoughts, and behaviors to help prevent depression or a relapse of depression. Join us for this live, interactive program with expert mindfulness teacher Roger Nolan.