This live workshop is part of our
Life on Mindfulness membership series.
Gain access to this workshop
plus all past and future workshops
by joining Life on Mindfulness for just
$10 a month.
Why the HECK is it so hard to resist those jelly donuts??!!!
And why do we sometimes sofa surf in front of the t.v.
instead of meditating, even though we want
the benefits of the practice?
Learn all about your brain and instant gratification,
and how to use mindfulness to temper some of our more
impulsive behaviors that might be getting in the way
of our legitimate life-goals.
Instant Gratification, Neurobiology, and Mindfulness
Saturday, March 4, 10-11am MT
In this workshop you will learn:
-How your brain is DEFINITELY working against you at times,
and how to use mindfulness to calm and temper it
-What the science is behind lasting change
in our most challenging moments,
and why it’s easy for some people,
and much harder for others
-Tried and true mindfulness strategies and practices
that allow you to be the ‘boss’
of you (this is a very old teaching)
Here’s what you’ll get:
-Access to the live workshop with Michelle DuVal, MA,
director of The Mindful Center on Saturday, March 4, 10-11am MT
-A replay of the workshop should you have to miss the live session
but don’t want to miss the teaching
-5 new downloadable guided meditations a month, with
simple, straightforward, yet profound guidance
to help keep your mindfulness practice on path and progressing
-Access to the entire Life on Mindfulness guided meditation library
-Access to daily live guided meditations with Michelle on Zoom
-A daily focus delivered right to your inbox,
so you always feel you have the guidance you need
-All for just $10/ month – CANCEL ANYTIME.
Instant Gratification, Neurobiology, and Mindfulness
Saturday, March 4, 10-11am MT.
Join Life on Mindfulness to access this workshop
PLUS every Saturday workshop, past and future
Here are just some of the workshops
you'll get access to when you join Life on Mindfulness:
Eat and Meditate for Depression
Did you know there are certain foods and ways of eating that bring us down,
and others that lift us up? And did you also know that there are specific
mindfulness meditations designed to help lighten our moods and
alter the brain wave patterns of depression?
Put together, eating and meditating for depression offers you a
step-by-step pathway out of the cycle.
Learn all about it in this research-drive workshop.
If you’ve ever had your heart hurt, the need to guard and protect it
from future pain can be strong, and even built into our neurochemistry.
Learn how to soften and open again, in a safe and boundaried way,
so that your heart and life – and everyone in it, especially you –
can feel the love again.
Mindfulness and Releasing Anxiety
So much is going on these days – politics, crime, climate,
AND we still have to be up on all our daily responsibilities of
work, families, health and everything else.
So it makes sense that we’re feeling the pinch and it’s showing up in our lives as stress and anxiety.
Let’s take a breath together, let’s release a bit of our burden,
through truly helpful teachings and practices of mindfulness.
Getting Stuck and Unstuck with Mindfulness
Ever feel like you’ve been repeating the same or similar
behaviors throughout your life? Like, what used to hurt your feelings
as a child still hurts you to this day? Or how you approach authority is the same as when you were 17?
Or maybe you feel like you’ve always been disorganized, or depressed, or late,
or hesitant to try new things, or bad with plants…or just, whatever it is.
If you have some level of self-awareness, one of the first things
you notice is how strong the pull is to repeat our patterns.
The Skill of Single-Tasking
for Greater Focus and Less Stress
We’re expected to handle so many things at once.
And yet, is this even possible?
Learn the science behind multitasking,
and how an intentional, mindful practice of Single-Tasking
just might become your pathway to greater focus and less stress.
Sharing Mindfulness with Others
In this season of giving, sharing mindfulness with others can be like
teaching a person to fish – it’s the gift that keeps giving. But how?
What do you say about mindfulness so that you don’t sound preachy or like it solves everything?
How can you get them interested enough to give meditation a try?
What are the best meditations to recommend?
What are the best resources to point them to? This workshop will be chock full of
actionable tips, soundbytes to use, resources, PLUS a directory of videos
you can share with others so that you can begin to spread
the peace of mindfulness practice.
Questions? Email our awesome contact team at email@example.com
Additional Online Programs
A one-of-a-kind program that runs eight weeks and teaches participants an entirely new approach to weight loss, healthy eating, and stress reduction. Participants learn the clinically proven techniques of mindfulness and how to hone and direct their skills toward eating and weight issues.
In this 3 Part Program learn the most essential elements of mindfulness practice delivered in a way you’ve never heard before. This Starter Kit is great for those just starting out in their practice or who want a simple and to the point refresher in mindfulness.
In this 8 part course participants progress through a uniquely comprehensive study and practice of mindfulness meditation: what it is, how to do it in our daily lives to reduce stress, manage pain, help with sleep issues, weight issues, healing processes, and more, and how it enables our ability to participate in our own health and well being.