Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program
Eight classes over eight weeks, including a six-hour meditation retreat at the midway point.
Who Can Benefit
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is for all of us. It is designed for “regular people” dealing with the inevitable stress and challenges of being alive. Highly respected in the medical community, MBSR is seen as a complement to traditional medical and psychological treatment—not a replacement. The curriculum has been proven effective in helping individuals receiving medical treatment or anyone living with chronic pain, anxiety and depression, cancer and disease, work and family pressure, eating disturbances, or heart disease. The valuable skills learned during the eight-week program prove beneficial throughout life’s journey, helping participants better manage and understand stress, pain, challenging situations, and difficult emotions.
Do East, 14 Cedar Street, Suite 107a, Amesbury, MA
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD., at the UMass Medical School, is rooted in the integration of Buddhist teachings and yoga studies with the scientific findings of Western medicine. MBSR assists participants in cultivating mindful awareness and living. The curriculum combines guided instruction in mindfulness meditations, interactive presentation, and group dialogue. Participants learn to draw upon their innate strengths when faced with life's challenges.
Begin Your Journey at the Introductory Class on March 17th, 6:00 pm-7:30 pm.
This class is on hold until further notice.
(This introductory class is free and required for successful completion of the program.)
8 Consecutive Tuesday Evenings 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
14 Cedar Street, Suite 107a
Continuing Education credits available for Health Care professionals
Introductory Class – Free
8 classes + Mindful Retreat - $300
Includes homework materials
and practice recordings.
(27 hours classroom time)
Full Payment due March 17th
at Introductory Class.
A $50 administrative fee will be deducted from refund when notification is received after March 20th at 6:00 pm. Once classes begin, refunds are not available except in the case of severe illness. Payment received can be applied to a future course.