Live your life more fully as you learn to slow down and take time to Smell the Roses


Mindfulness is the intention to pay attention to each and every moment of our life, non-judgmentally. While there are many possible definitions, the key aspects of any definition of mindfulness involve purposeful action, focused attention, grounded in the current experience, and held with a sense of curiosity. It is believed that we all have the capacity for mindfulness.
Practicing Mindfulness can help you:


  • Quiet and calm the mind

  • Bring awareness to your moment to moment experiences

  • Restore and maintain a sense of personal balance

  • Decrease the symptoms associated with stress

  • Improve overall physical and emotional well being

  • Research studies also suggest that mindfulness practices may help people manage stress, cope better with serious illness and reduce anxiety and depression.

  • Learn simple practices that may help to:

  • Lower Blood Pressure

  • Reduce Chronic Pain

  • Improve Sleep

  • Alleviate Gastrointestinal Difficulties

  • Lower Blood Sugar


Mindfulness Programs presented by Paula Huffman are Evidence/Research BasedThis 

Follow this link to see Research about the potential benefits of Meditation.

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