Take MBSR with Denise Dempsey this fall!
This live online 8-week class supports participants to explore mindfulness in the comfort of their own home while also receiving the support of a certified instructor (Denise Dempsey, M.Ed.) in a supportive group environment. Started by Jon-Kabat Zinn in 1979, MBSR has stood the test of time as the gold standard of mindfulness training. (Sliding scale fee, the price here reflects the highest tier.)
find inner balance
By entering into direct relationship with the present moment and making the mind an ally, we can access clarity and calm. From this place, choices we make can lead to balance and well-being.
An immersion in mindfulness training can help us refine our abilities to be fully present, so we can enjoy life to the fullest. Mindfulness can help us live fully, here and now, instead of waiting for that "better" moment to come along.
The gold standard
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True to the original curriculum developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at UMASS Medical Center nearly 40 years ago, this is a course outline which demonstrates the arc of learning presented by MBSR. MBSR Standards of Practice
Your best Self.
These programs offer state of the art techniques to support you in your aspirations for greater health, well-being and happiness.
This book by Denise Dempsey is filled with dozens of simple, straightforward meditations that cover a wide spectrum of stressors. Ease tension and create calm in your life no matter what hardships life presents! Release date Oct. 6, 2020 Pre-order today!
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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction taught by Denise Dempsey has helped me get my life back after years of being sidelined by chronic pain. The level of care brought to these courses is phenomenal.
Denise Dempsey helps people find their own way rather than trying to make the class one-size fits all.
Mindfulness Meditation helps us tap into an inner confidence that is not shaken by external conditions.
Through mindfulness, we support ourselves by living from our center rather than lost in the various roles we tend to embody.