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MBSR -- Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

           

                                              MBSR - Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction 

MBSR was developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and is used throughout the country in the treatment of chronic pain, physical illness, depression, anxiety and PTSD. Samaritan Center offers the eight-week series year around. The classes are led by trained and experienced MBSR instructors and are open to Samaritan clients and others in the community. 

" Mindfulness," MBSR instructor Kurt Hoelting explains, "is a way of learning to relate directly to whatever is happening in your life.  It is a way of doing something for yourself that no one else can do for you -- consciously and systematically working with your particular stress, pain or illness as well as with the challenges and demands of your everyday life." 

Participants meet with an experienced MBSR instructor for eight weeks to learn a variety of practices that reduce stress. These include mindfulness meditation, body scanning, simple yoga and Qi Gong. The instructor also facilitates group dialogue and the processing of participants' experience in the class in order to explore what is being learned and how it is being integrated.  

Dates Time Location All Day Session Instructor Cost

FALL

         

MBSR
Fall Orientation

FREE

Thursday
September 14, 2017 

7:00pm - 8:30pm Seattle (Ravenna Blvd) Office

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TBD

Free

MBSR
8-week Fall Series

Thursdays
September 21 - November 9, 2017 

6:30pm - 9:00pm Seattle (Ravenna Blvd) Office

Saturday
October 28

this retreat is open to graduates of any mindfulness program

Kurt Hoelting

$390

Includes CDs & Printer Materials

 
     

To learn more about our MBSR instructors, click HERE.
To Register: 
please visit the Cascadia Mindfulness Institute (CMI) website, www.cascadiamindfulness.com
email to info@cascadiamindfulness.com 
or call 800.214.0814. 
Questions about the location, the facility, and parking,
call 206.527.2266 x 117
 
CMI offers limited scholarship assistance based on need.
If you are requesting a scholarship,
please email info@cascadiamindfulness.com stating the reasons for your need and the instructor(s) will contact you.  

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