When I first hit the “register” button for the Mindfulness Ambassador Program (MAP), I wasn’t initially sure what to expect. I felt like I was diving into the unknown, wondering to myself, “What will I get out of it?” “What is it going to teach me that I don’t already know?” Being a mindfulness facilitator,… Continue reading Why the MAP Program is Totally Worth It!
Studio for Mindfulness would like to take a moment to acknowledge and give thanks to the Anishinaabe Peoples' and to the Odawa, Ojibwa, Potawatomic, Huron and Chippewa Nations for allowing us to work on their land. The Anishinaabe People are from Canada and Northern Midwestern United States. They are one of the most numerous… Continue reading Land Acknowledgment
With spring classes coming to a close, it has been another great season of experiencing and sharing mindfulness. I want to say "thank you" to all who have participated in class or shown up to observe a lesson. Your presence and contributions have added to the richness of learning for everyone! Just a friendly reminder that summer break for group… Continue reading Summer Break Begins July 1st
One of the best parts about meditating with others in a class setting is the opportunity to share your experience and hear about the perspectives of others. This gives us the chance to gain a new point of view through our differences, share in the joy of witnessing growth, and bond over shared commonalities. Meditation… Continue reading Guided Meditation Class Tenets
Raise your hand if you’ve ever experienced muscle tension in your upper back, neck or shoulders. Ok good. Now, raise your hand if you’ve ever had a dizzy spell or felt exhausted for no reason. Raise your hand if you’ve ever experienced anxiety. Most of you have raised your hand and I know mine went… Continue reading Breathing Pattern Disorders Prevention