Summer is a good time to recharge, refresh, and revitalize. Register now for the Summer 2019 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course, and develop healthy new habits to live your life with less stress and greater happiness.
Whether you are facing the demands of your job, caring for family members or others, managing the stress that accompanies transitions, facing physical or emotional challenges — or any combination of these — mindfulness can help you meet them all with greater stability and enhanced well-being.
The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course is the acknowledged gold standard in the field of modern mindfulness training because of its long-standing scientific foundation, the rigorous training standards for its teachers, and the level of commitment of those who take the course.
Because each class size is deliberately limited, early registration is recommended.
The Summer 2019 MBSR course begins with the Orientation Session*
at Mayu Meditation Co-op, Denver, CO on
Monday, June 3, from 6:30-8:00 pm MST.
Subsequent classes are held weekly on
Mondays, 6:30-9:00pm MST.
Dates: Weekly June 3 - July 29, and Saturday, July 20 for the All-Day Retreat (included in your tuition).
Upon registering for this MBSR course, you will also receive a Supporting Membership to Mayu Meditation Co-op (a $10 value) to support your ongoing practice of mindfulness.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE MBSR COURSE
Tuition: $495 by check or credit card.
*Attending the Orientation Session is required for admission into the MBSR course. After Orientation, if it seems that the course is not a good fit for you at this time, your payment will be fully refunded.
This 9-week MBSR course includes:
- 30 hours of expert instruction
- Guided meditation recordings and class manual
- An all-day, off-site retreat
- Complimentary access to future Upstream MBSR all-day retreats to help you maintain your practice and connect with fellow MBSR graduates
- Access to two Qualified Teachers of MBSR to address your specific questions and help you develop your own personal, sustainable mindfulness practice
- A Supporting Membership to Mayu Meditation Co-op to support your ongoing mindfulness practice
How does MBSR work?
The MBSR course is an in-depth, eight-week program that teaches you to train your brain to respond to painful or stressful stimuli in ways that alleviate suffering. Through practices of meditation, gentle yoga, and breathing exercises, and with the support of experienced instructors, an MBSR course can help you change your relationship to pain and stress to find healing and relief.
Can mindfulness help me?
MBSR is proven to be effective in helping people who suffer from many challenges including:
- Chronic pain
- Anxiety and depression
- Work, family, emotional stress
- Eating disturbances
- Heart disease
For more information on mindfulness:
“Changing Your Life Through Meditation" by Dan Harris, ABC News" (3 minutes)
"An Introduction to Mindfulness" produced by the Center for Mindfulness at UMASS Medical School (9 minutes)
About the Instructors:
Elizabeth Perryman, PhD, and Jill Zastko are Qualified MBSR Teachers trained through the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.