May 2, 2022
Prioritize your mental and emotional wellness in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month. There’s no better time to treat yourself to mindfulness programs that improve your well-being. Whether you’re surviving, thriving, or somewhere in between – our live and on-demand programs help you relieve stress, build healthy habits, and live a happier life. Login and explore these live programs to offer yourself some self-care today.
Navigating Stress and Burnout for Teachers and School Staff – May 5th
In this webinar designed for school staff, we will discuss ways of responding to challenging emotions through the practices of mindfulness and self-compassion. You will learn several simple practices to help improve your mental health and foster calm and ease during these difficult times. Join us for this 30-minute session taught by expert mindfulness teacher Jenny Mills.
Journey Forward: The M.M.A.P. For Success – May 10th
Developed and delivered by veterans, our mindfulness training provides a toolkit to improve performance on the job and quality of life off the job. Learn how to recalibrate and rest your nervous system – feel better and sleep better by managing your stress. Then apply these techniques to enhance your ability to connect, communicate, concentrate and maintain focus. Join us for this multi-week live program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Bernice Moore.
QuitSmart™ Mindfully – May 16th
The QuitSmart Mindfully program has repeatedly demonstrated that over 40% of participants have stopped smoking measured by the six month milestone. eM Life 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 live program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Jim Austin.
Mindfulness at Work™: Stress Reduction – May 17th
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. With Mindfulness at Work™, the 30-minute, expert-led, 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 live program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Jim Austin.
Cultivating Compassion – May 19th
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? In this program you will develop the skills of mindfulness and compassion to help you meet day-to-day challenges from a position of strength. Join us for this 3-session live program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Cindy Gittleman.
Skills to Thrive in Anxious Times – May 19th
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. Join us for this 6-session live program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Roger Nolan.
Boost Your Mental Health and Thrive – May 26th
In this webinar, we will discuss how mindfulness helps our mental health and learn skills that foster a sense of calm and resiliency. You will learn several mindfulness practices to increase awareness of your thoughts and emotions and relate to them with more openness and compassion, for a healthier and happier you. Join us for this 30-minute session taught by expert mindfulness teacher Elaine Smookler.
Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery – May 26th
Studies show that mindfulness practice increases immunological functioning, improves the quality of life for cancer patients, and provides better focus and decision-making skills.This program can help you enhance your immune system function and improve your quality of life, focus, and decision-making skills through mindfulness . Join us for this 12-session live program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Lisa Wickham.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Training (MBCT) – May 31st
When we are presented with difficult situations or have difficult thoughts, these can spiral into a dark cloud impacting our everyday life. The MBCT 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 16-session live program (plus a 4-hour retreat) taught by expert mindfulness teacher Roger Nolan.