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Mindfulness Meditation: The Practice of Being Alive

This experiential workshop will offer participants the opportunity to learn the practice of mindfulness meditation, or to refresh an ongoing practice. The practice cultivates our deepest potential for living life fully with greater peace and ease.
Decades of research has shown that Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is effective in reducing stress, depression and anxiety; enhancing health and communication; and supporting overall well-being.
The workshop will include an introduction to MBSR, guided instruction in the mindfulness practices used in MBSR (sitting and walking meditation, body scan, mindful movement), and reflection on the benefits and applications of mindfulness in daily life.

About Jude Lafollette:

Jude continues a faithful exploration of spirituality, conscious living and matters of the heart begun over three decades ago. She has an M. Div. from Iliff School of Theology, is a Board Certified Chaplain, a Unitarian Universalist minister and a Qualified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher. She teaches an 8-week Mindful Me Program - aligned with the internationally acclaimed MBSR program at the Center for Mindfulness, UMass Medical School - in Pueblo, CO where she resides. Participants experience Jude to be “genuine, inviting, gentle and supportive” in teaching mindfulness and guiding meditation. Jude finds joy in meditation, study, walking, bicycling, being outdoors and being with loved ones.

This workshop takes place over two days, a Friday evening and Saturday session, and tickets are on sale now!

Investment: $75, purchase your ticket before Febuary 1st you save $10!

*We are sorry for any inconvenience but we cannot issue refunds on workshop passes*

Earlier Event: February 13
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Later Event: March 3
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