Private Group Meditation Classes

Private Group Meditation Classes

The Attitudes of Mindfulness

NEXT COURSE TO BE ANNOUNCED

This course will develop attitudes of mindfulness, which have a massive impact on your everyday life.  Mindfulness is the path.  The attitudes are the steps.  They are:

Beginner’s Mind
Non-judging
Acceptance
Letting Go
Trust
Patience
Kindness
Gratitude and Generosity

Each session includes:
  1. Guided mindfulness meditations
  2. Scientific research
  3. Investigation into the attitude and its current role in your life
  4. Plan to cultivate the attitude during the week
  5. PDF of tips, quotes and practice log

This course is based in part on Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Full Catastrophe Living

Location

Vibe Yoga Studio      1705 N. College Ave. Bloomington, IN

Dates/Times 

What You Get

  • 8 Meetings, 90 minutes each
  • Expert guidance
  • Validated research
  • Guided meditation
  • Guided meditation recordings to use at home
  • Techniques to flourish at home and work
  • Class notes with links for further investigation
  • Accountability and group momentum that carry your practice forward
  • Classroom interactions that deepen and broaden your practice

What You Create

  • A regular meditation practice
  • Mindfulness in your daily life
  • More calm, patience, resilience, love and joy
  • Less stress, less perfectionism, less judgement
  • Support of community of like-minded people

Previous Students

Ratings

  • My overall response to the course: 4.6
  • Greg’s content and practices were appropriate to my needs: 4.8
  • Greg presented the content and practices in ways that effectively engaged me:  4.8
  • What I learned has already positively impacted my wellbeing: 4.6
  • I’d like more mindfulness training opportunities with Greg: 4.6

Previous Students

Comments

  • My productivity app shows a 23.8 % increase!
  • I am learning to be more confident and present myself better in the world.
  • I am more open to new ideas and experiences.
  • I have been introduced to a new, refreshing and intriguing path.
  • I am taking each moment as it comes and appreciating it for what it is.
  • I am more patient with others. I observe myself more clearly and “untangle” myself from my own drama much quicker.
  • I more fully enjoy and appreciate each moment.
  • I am less impulsive.
  • I can listen to my body.
  • I can name my emotions.
  • For the first time, I am actually noticing my thoughts.
  • I am happier when I meditate.
  • I have significantly more patience.
  • There is new mental and emotional stability.
  • I can really be present instead of 3 steps ahead of myself and missing what is here, now.
  • I am able to curtain my tendency to overshoot or overreacted to situations.
  • I am definitely more present throughout my day.
  • I notice more often when my mind strays into distraction.
  • My mind is more expansive and focused.
  • I am in better touch with my feelings and more able to shift them.