Finding Space in Crowded Places - Intro to Mindfulness — Brooklynian

Finding Space in Crowded Places - Intro to Mindfulness

edited June 2016 in Park Slope
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Six-Week Introductory Training (S.I.T) in Mindfulness:

Mindfulness is key to reducing suffering, increasing well-being and resiliency, and recognizing our natural wisdom. It is an amazing tool for personal insight and overall wellness because it can help us find space in crowded places, inside and around us. Mindfulness is an antidote to our fast-paced, tech-infused urban lives, and can be used at any time, quickly bringing lasting beneficial results.

Sounds great... but how is it done?

The S.I.T. Mindfulness course offers an in-depth progression through the essential areas for mindful attention and investigation. You will learn the history and context of mindfulness, the scientific research that supports its efficacy, and discover first-hand the ways that it can benefit your life. The class will allow time to thoroughly investigate and experiment with a variety of techniques that will offer a personal experience and understanding of how to apply apply mindfulness into the respective areas of life where we are looking to experience less stress and improve our health, emotional and mental well-being, and relationships.

This 6 part series runs from 6/21/16 - 7/26/16 on Tuesday evenings from 7:30-9pm. Each of the modules includes teaching, experiential exercises, group discussion, and suggested home practices. This class is open to people of all age, background and religion.

Please note: S.I.T. is also available as a series of private sessions for individuals/families and for the staff/members of organizations. For more information, go to

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