Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR): Developing and Cultivating a Mindful Presence
The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, or MBSR program is a way to integrate the Spiritual Practice of Mindfulness into daily life: learning to walk the contemplative path with practical feet. Mindfulness is a quality of awareness that develops with regular practice; as we pay attention on purpose in the present moment, non-judgmentally, to life as it really is.
The MBSR program supports overall health enhancement, emotional resilience, and increase calm for people from all walks of life. In this eight-week, nine session program (includes a retreat), you will learn “Present Moment Awareness” which research shows can sustain concentration, create clarity, and support overall well being.
LOCATION: Fr. Jack Wall Mission Center, 711 West Monroe, Second Floor, Room #25: B-C.
REGISTRATION: Click here for current program dates and times. Attendance required at one of the MBSR information/registration sessions, which include: Program information, Q & A, interviews, and fee collection. If unable to attend one of these sessions, please contact: Holly Nelson-Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROGRAM FEE: MBSR is $525. Fee reduced to $499 when paid in full at Mindfulness registration.Participants receive over 30 hours group instruction including: Mindfulness Program Manual with meditations, practices, poetry, skill guides, and resources. *Class size is limited. *
CONTACT: Holly Nelson-Johnson: email@example.com for MBSR program application *PRIOR* to attending the MBSR information/registration session; or Tammy Roeder: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.mindfulnessforlivi
TEACHER: Holly Nelson-Johnson, MSN, APN, FNP-BC is a Family Nurse Practitioner, Certified MBSR Teacher/Mentor, and an Interpersonal Mindfulness Teacher who has offered Mindfulness programing, and Spiritual Practices at Old St. Patrick’s since 2008. She has background in Interfaith Dialogue, Social Justice and mission work having taught Mindfulness-Based approaches for more than twenty-five years.