Coming Home to Practice: 4-Week MBSR Refresher Course
Teacher: Emily Herzlin
April 3, 10, 17, and 24
In this course we will work with MBSR tools and practices to renew and refresh our commitment to formal and informal daily mindfulness and meditation practice. We will examine what we learned in MBSR in light of our present life circumstances--how are these teachings showing up in our lives now? How are the practices beneficial to us now? How can we continue to deepen our practice and understanding?
This class will emphasize regularly connecting with our intentions, and cultivating an attitude of kindness, compassion, and forgiveness towards ourselves and others.
We will continue to work with the MBSR practices (body scan, awareness of breath, mindful walking, mindful movement, open awareness, mindful communication) and introduce new meditation practices as applicable to the group.
This course is open to all MBSR alumni. You are welcome to enroll regardless of when, where, or with whom you took MBSR.
If you are interested in taking this course but have not taken MBSR, you may qualify to take this course if you have a daily mindfulness meditation practice of at least 3 months. Please contact Emily to set up a phone interview to determine whether the course is right for you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Minimum 8 participants to run the course, maximum 18.
$145 Early Bird/members/seniors, end date for Early Bird 3/31
$165 after 3/31
48 hour cancelation for refund.
Emily trained to teach MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) at the University of Massachusetts Medical School Center for Mindfulness. She attended the MBSR Teacher Development Intensive in November 2013, the Nine-Day Practicum in MBSR in July 2013, and the MBSR in Mind-Body Medicine professional training in 2015. She has been teaching mindfulness meditation since 2011 (Columbia University, The Interdependence Project, Exubrancy, Adelphi University, Astoria First Presbyterian Church, Mission to (dit)Mars, GreenspaceNYC, the Astoria Bookshop and Savasana Station.) A resident of Astoria, Queens, Emily leads regular mindfulness meditation classes in her neighborhood. She founded the weekly meditation group Mindful Astoria.