December 26, 2022
Monthly mindfulness: What’s coming in January
The new year is upon us and it’s a great opportunity to leverage the tools of mindfulness practice and develop healthy habits that stick. Stay on track with your 2023 resolutions–check out eM Life’s upcoming live programs to start the new year strong with mindfulness.
Weight Balance for Life – January 3
When you maintain a healthy weight, your heart health also benefits. Through this program, you will use mindfulness to increase awareness of emotions and habits associated with eating to help you achieve or maintain your weight goals. This 20-session program is taught by expert mindfulness teacher Jim Austin.
Breaking Free from Bad Habits – January 5 and January 18
Over time we develop ‘bad habits’ to get away from stress. These are habits that take us further away from what’s most important and while they may have a short-term benefit, eventually lead to greater stress. Bad habits often spring from an avoidance of what’s difficult. Freedom from these bad habits involves greater understanding of the cravings and urges that are associated with them. In this webinar we’ll learn to relate to this discomfort with a different quality of awareness, making a radical shift to ‘allowing’ and ‘letting be’. Join us for this 60-minute live session taught by expert mindfulness teachers Cindy Gittleman and Elisha Goldstein.
Mindfulness at Work™: Stress Reduction – January 10
Life comes at us fast, and sometimes hard, and stress affects us all. It’s how we deal with life’s challenges that determines our quality of life. With Mindfulness at Work™, ten 30-minute interactive sessions taught by expert mindfulness teacher Jim Austin will help you learn how to apply mindfulness in your everyday life to improve your health, happiness, and performance.
Mindful Eating–The Key to Sustainable Weight Loss – January 12 and January 24
Eating when we are not physically hungry to manage our emotions, or avoid dealing with stress, can lead to weight gain, health problems, and decreased quality of life. Mindfulness skills, such as mindful eating, helps us learn to interrupt these unhelpful habits or patterns, develop healthier relationships with food and our bodies, and improve our quality of life. Join us for this 60-minute live session taught by expert mindfulness teachers Cindy Gittleman and Jim Austin.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Training (MBCT) – January 16
When we are presented with difficult situations or have difficult thoughts, they 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 retreat) taught by expert mindfulness teacher Elaine Smookler.
Cultivating Compassion – January 18
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 three-session live program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Marta Patterson.
Mindful Leadership Series – January 18
Managing shifting priorities in a constantly changing work environment is a common challenge facing leaders in the workplace. With the Mindful Leadership Program, you will learn to use mindfulness to show up authentically and lead effectively in a diverse environment. This program will help you increase self-awareness and self-regulation, improve collaboration and problem-solving, cultivate an inclusive environment, and manage challenging situations with more grace and ease. Join us for this six-session program led by expert mindfulness teacher Elmo Shade.
Skills to Thrive in Anxious Times – January 24
Change and uncertainty contribute to added stress and anxiety for many. This series of six, 60-minute, expert-led, interactive sessions taught by expert mindfulness teacher Cindy Gittleman 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.
Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery – January 24
Studies show that mindfulness practice increases immunological functioning, improves the quality of life for cancer patients, and provides better focus and decision-making skills. Join us for this 12-session live program taught by expert mindfulness teacher Lisa Wickham.