|Age Range||Adults and caregivers of all ages|
|Start / End Dates||June 9-June 30, 2021|
|Class Size||4-12 Learners|
|Single Session||$80 Per Student|
Stop screaming and start deeply connecting and healing!
Learn how to skillfully meet conflict, listen deeply, understand and work with what’s happening inside you, increase adaptability and resilience. More important, in my opinion, is that the increase in self-awareness and insight into patterns and familiar maladaptive behavior, can lead to insights and shifts in how you are and who you are, as a parent, child, friend, neighbor, and colleague.
All practices are science-based and have been shown to improve well-being and decrease chronic anxiety and pain, and even increase happiness.
The hour/week and 10 minutes/day of guided practice at home, at your leisure.
Weekly Live Meetings
We’ll meet live on Wednesdays from 6-7pm Eastern/5-6pm Central/4-5pm Mountain/3-4pm Pacific
Just a willingness to be with and work with whatever arises for you!
This class is based on Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and also includes research and practices that have been shown to increase happiness and well-being from other sources such as the research of Rick Hanson, Dan Seigel, David Treleaven and the faculty of Mindful Schools (I am also Mindful Schools-Certified).
- decreased conflict in the family
- deepened relationships
- improved listening and communication
- greater empathy as well as compassion
- decreased stress in the individuals taking the class
- decreased anxiety
- increased awareness of patterns of maladaptive behavior
- increase in inner resources to skillfully meet whatever occurs
I am happy to do what I can to accommodate the needs of parents during the class. So far, the only things that have come up are captioning the classes and making accommodations during the movement, which is already built into the class.
I ask that we all be aware of the possibility of retraumatizing others when we speak of our own trauma. We therefore keep our discussion to the present experience in our bodies and minds, and do not give details of traumatic events.
A computer with a camera and microphone for the course, the ability to play short, guided meditations each day, and a yoga mat or carpeted floor do so a bit of mindful movement on.
Dr. Mary Martin
Mary Martin, PhD has a BA and an MA English from the City University of New York at Queens College, and a PhD from New York University’s School of Teaching and Learning. Mary spent several decades as a professional writer and editor, contributing to over two dozen nonfiction books in the fields of personal science and education.
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