Whether you wish to deepen your current mindfulness practice or wish to refresh and re-establish a regular practice, this class is an opportunity to share and be sustained by others also wanting to engage in life mindfully. Returning and being together, we can support each other in formal and informal mindfulness practices. In each class we will have opportunities to be present to self and others, watching mind and feeling states arise, remembering and exploring mindfulness practices, looking at the familiar with fresh eyes, and sharing the truth of our experience in community. Opening to this moment through practice and dialogue we will reacquaint ourselves with our own lives, investigate more deeply how we approach life events, how we meet others, and how we can be present to all that life offers us.
What to expect:
"You Choose" Payment Options
- Practice, Practice, Practice
- Practice in a community
- Deepen current mindfulness practices and/or return to mindfulness practices
- Self-reflection and sharing of experiences with mindfulness practices
- Building relationships around mindfulness practices
The Center for Mindfulness has implemented new "You Choose" payment options for this graduate program.
Range of Tuition Options: $200 - $300 - $400
For this program, you may determine your own tuition payment based on your financial means, with a minimum of $200.
For those of you who can afford to, we invite you to make your payment at the higher level, which will help to allow those unable to pay more at this time to attend this program at a discounted rate.
Paul Galvin, PhD
Stress Reduction Program,
Center for Mindfulness
6:00 - 8:30 P.M.
February 3,10, 17 and 24th,
Center for Mindfulness,
UMass Medical School,
Maple Avenue Campus,
222 Maple Avenue
Call us at
(508) 856- 2656
(Space is limited)