We’re already three months into 2021, and while we continue to adjust to the New Normal of the pandemic, it’s easy to lose sight of self-care in your schedule. Join us for a diverse selection of mindfulness programs all month long.

According to the U.S. News & World Report, approximately 80 percent of people who make New Year’s resolutions don’t keep them by the second week of February. How are you doing? Explore these programs to stay on track.

February is Heart Health Month. When you think of heart health, we bet you think of eating nutritious foods and exercise. But what about mindfulness?

Flossing your teeth nightly. Exercising regularly. Practicing mindfulness daily. These are good resolutions or goals, even great ones, to do. Though, many of us struggle to do any of them regularly. Just ask my dentist. Why is it so difficult to begin and keep a good habit?  Build the great habits of a mindfulness practice … Continued

We made it to 2021! This year brings us hope and optimism. Start fresh with mindfulness. If you have a specific goal or challenge you want to overcome with new ways of thinking, our mindfulness experts are here and have a wide range of programs available.

It’s no secret that the holidays are going to look a little bit different this year. But there are still a lot of reasons to find gratitude and find joy.

The wildfires that have erupted throughout the West Coast have brought tremendous upheaval and uncertainty to an already challenging year. As first responders continue to fight the blazes, it can be difficult to remain calm and focused. Building a mindfulness practice can help you navigate through this period of heightened stress and anxiety.

We often think of mindfulness as something we do when we sit still and close our eyes. But mindfulness is more like a trusty backpack – something we carry around with us and continually use. And mindfulness is certainly worth unpacking in our relationships.

Have you ever said “I’m sorry” for something that didn’t necessarily warrant an apology? For example, if someone accidentally bumps into you, or tacking it onto the end of a request like, “Could you also add bananas to the grocery list? Sorry…”  This verbal reaction doesn’t always serve us, others, our relationships, or our work. … Continued

Tolerance of others helps us to accept diversity. This starts with ourselves. However, often we don’t accept our own emotions and thoughts. In other words, we are not tolerant of ourselves. So how can we accept others? Mindfulness is a powerful practice to help us learn self-acceptance and self-compassion.