WE OFFER MINDFUL STRESS REDUCTION CLASSES, TRAININGS AND COACHING TO HELP INCREASE AWARENESS, PEACE AND PRESENCE IN LIFE. THESE PRACTICES HAVE BEEN PROVEN TO BE MORE EFFECTIVE THAN MEDICATION FOR ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION AS THEY HELP ONE DISENGAGE FROM NEGATIVE MENTAL RUMINATION TO HELP US ENJOY MORE OF WHAT'S PRESENT IN THE HERE AND NOW.
NEW UPCOMING CLASS: STRESS REDUCTION THROUGH MINDFULNESS
Six ninety-minute classes starting Monday, June 26 2023 (six consecutive Mondays). Location: Mill Kat Healing Arts. Cost: $200.
Participants will learn and practice:
> Mindfulness Based Stress-Reduction
> Mindful Self-Compassion
> How to navigate hard emotions
> How to boost gratitude and appreciate more of the good things in life.
To learn more call 408-509-7298 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
ONE-ON-ONE STRESS REDUCTION COACHING (IN-PERSON OR TELECONFERENCE)
Master Your Technique
Individual stress-reduction coaching can help you fast track your practice and realize results faster. Available via Zoom or in-person in Huntsville. To learn more call 408-509-7298 or email email@example.com.
WELCOME TO CLUB MINDFUL HUNTSVILLE
With a calm and compassionate mind and relaxed body we can live with more wisdom and peace in the present moment despite life's unpredictability and pain. We teach stress reduction through mindfulness, mindful self-compassion and other mindfulness techniques to improve mental and emotional wellbeing so can be more of who they're meant to be - happy, harmonious, creative and wise. This transformation happens by training the mind to be more anchored in the present moment. It's where we're meant to be.
MEET TOM FANDRE OF CLUB MINDFUL HUNTSVILLE
Tom has taught stress-reduction through mindfulness in many sectors of society for more than 7 years. He teaches nurses and patients at Stanford Hospital's Cancer Center South Bay, the Los Gatos Saratoga Adult Recreation Department, Universities, Non-Profits and Corporations. He also has private clients. Having moved to Huntsville in 2022, he is offering these teachings to local companies, healthcare facilities, schools and non-profits (basically anywhere there are people grappling with stress and looking for tools for better living). Tom's a graduate of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Professional Teacher Training Program (A.R.T. Mindful Programs), The Practicum in Mind-Body Medicine through he UMass Center for Mindfulness and the Applied Compassion Training with the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research & Education (CCARE) at Stanford University. His personal meditation practice, years of teaching and meeting the inevitable ups and downs of life, regularly informs his teachings. He’s passionate about sharing these powerful tools and practices that are scientifically proven to help people live with greater ease, wisdom and joy.