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Mindfulness-Based Stressed Reduction 8-week course

    • Stressed?
    • Living with chronic pain, illness, anxiety, or depression?
    • Looking for more peace of mind?

 

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) helps you discover your natural capacity for ease and confidence.

In this program, you’ll learn how to develop the life skill of mindfulness. It’s your natural human capacity to pay wise attention to your moment-by-moment experience. It helps you become clearer and more focused – and better able to respond creatively to whatever life throws your way.

The program centers on the ancient practice of meditation, presented in a pragmatic, common sense way. You’ll learn how to build up your inner resources for healing and growing — so you can start taking charge of your life.

MBSR is based on Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn’s pioneering work in mind-body medicine at the UMass Medical Center. Time-tested for over 30 years, MBSR has brought lasting benefits to tens of thousands of people worldwide.

8 weeks
October 1 – November 19
10:00am – 12:30pm

Plus one additional all-day class
November 6
9:00am – 4:30pm

Third Life Studio
33 Union Square
Somerville MA 02143

Cost: $395

More details and registration at www.mindfulpurpose.com/stress-reduction

Led by Sunada Takagi, MS, ACC, who has been practicing meditation since 1995, and teaching since 2000.

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About Sunada Takagi

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Sunada Takagi is on a mission to help people open their hearts and minds through mindfulness. Her work includes leading classes in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in the Boston area, and coaching individual clients through life transitions -- from anywhere in the world via phone and Skype. Read more at her site, Mindful Purpose Life Coaching.

Sunada also teaches and leads retreats at Boston Triratna Buddhist Community and Aryaloka Buddhist Center. Sunada was ordained into the Triratna Buddhist Order in 2004. This is where she received her name, which means "beautiful, excellent sound."

You can follow her at her Mindful Living Blog as well as on Facebook and Twitter. Read more articles by .

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