Mindfulness is the practice of cultivating non-judgmental awareness in day-to-day life. The Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program teaches mind and body awareness techniques to help us live fully and joyfully even in the midst of physical, mental, or emotional pain and distress. Mindfulness meditation can help you feel better, sleep better, increase your ability to cope with stress and uncertainty, improve self-esteem, and renew enthusiasm for life and work.

Developing mindfulness skills allows us to gain immediate access to powerful inner resources for healing. Each class meeting includes periods of guided meditation, gentle movement, and discussion. This program is based on the widely acclaimed methods of John Kabat-Zinn, PhD, at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Read more about the MBSR program.

Questions?: If you have any questions about the MBSR program call Allison Shore on 415.375.0108.

Currently there is no MBSR program planned.  Please contact us if you want to be informed of our next offering.

Allison Shore, MA

Allison has been practicing mindfulness meditation since 2003. A graduate of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teaching Practicum at El Camino Hospital (program accredited by the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Center School of Medicine) Allison has taught in a variety of academic, clinical, and community settings. She serves as volunteer chaplain at local hospital. Allison enjoys dance, photography, travel, and laughing deeply. Fibromyalgia and chronic nerve pain led her to mindfulness, which she is passionate about sharing with others.