Mindful Practice Inc.

Mindful Magazine defines mindfulness as, “The basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us.” Mindfulness helps us to live more in line with our values.

Mindful Practice Inc. specializes in providing mindfulness-based programs.

 Whatever it is that stops you from living a full life, we can help. Using a holistic approach to treatment, we focus on embodied mindfulness practices for growth, healing, and wellness. When people are embodied, connected, and balanced in body, mind, heart, and spirit they thrive.

We offer a broad range of mindfulness-based services to help you better cope with difficulties (the challenges of stress, anxiety, trauma, low self-esteem, relationship disruptions, poor attention and concentration, lack of focus, and chronic pain) in daily life.

But it’s not just stopping the difficult; it’s bringing in the positive. We place emphasis on skills to cultivate positive emotions for a happier, healthier, more peaceful life; more satisfying, connected relationships; and enhanced performance coupled with authentic purpose.

And embodied mindfulness practices improve attention, concentration, and focus. We teach embodied mindfulness practices to help people improve their focus; achieve their goals, both personal and professional; and enhance their performance. Living your best life ultimately means discovering and living consistent with your values (finding your authentic purpose and doing your best).

Mindfulness FOCUS

FOUNDATIONS Mindful Practice                              

Foundations is a  introductory program for adults interested in learning simple, yet effective mindfulness practices uniquely tailored to their lives.

You will learn basic mindfulness skills that they can apply in real world situations. These skills can be applied to work and family relationships, as well as utilized to improve overall health and wellbeing. Brain imaging studies show that mindfulness results in brain changes that improve attention, mood, relationships, and health.

THRIVE  Mindful Practice-Cultivating positive emotions            

CHALLENGE Mindful Practice- Work with difficult emotions (stress, anxiety, depression)  

Mindful EATING                

Mindful MOVEMENT             

Mindful FOCUS build attention and concentration   


Family life can be chaotic and messy in our technological and fast-paced world we can become disconnected from ourselves, our families, and our heritage . If we, as parents, aren’t present with our children, they can easily become more connected to their peers or digital devices in negative ways—getting their values from peer culture and social media rather than parents and ancestors. This also happens to parents. This disconnection undermines family wellbeing, and is what modern science calls the main risk factor for our children. Mindful Families is a journey about connection and protection for all ages. When families are mindful together they stay connected, they have a greater sense of wellbeing, and they are happier. Through mindfulness practices, storytelling and improv, personal anecdotes, and nature activities families learn processes to cultivate family joy, family peacemaking, and optimal family rhythm. Throughout the journey there are four cornerstones of connection that are easily lost in modern society. These include connection to each other, ancestors, community, and nature. These cornerstones of connection are integral to happiness and wellbeing, and reawaken healthy instinctual knowledge.

Mindfulness-for Teens  

Mindful Teens helps 13-18-year-olds learn simple, yet effective mindfulness practices. The objective of practicing mindfulness is to develop and strengthen one’s ability to pay attention, to be aware of the consequence of feelings and behavior, to choose better behaviors, and to form better connections. During our time, teens will use mindfulness practices to intentionally focus their attention on their emotions, behaviors, and experiences. The awareness that arises from these mindfulness practice can lead to better choices, improved relationships, enhanced performance, and wellbeing.

Mindfulness for Kids: ABC’s of MINDFULNESS (Attention Balance Compassion)                                                                                                                        

Mindfulness Practice for Kids teaches 5-6 and 7-11 year olds simple, yet effective mindfulness practices in a six week program. Mindful Practice for Kids combines elements from Susan Kaiser Greenland’s Inner Kids and Mindfulness  in Schools (based on Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) programs.  Mindfulness in Schools life skills include feeling happier, calmer, and more fulfilled; getting along better with others; improving concentration and learning; better coping with stress and anxiety; and performing better in performing arts and sports.