Cultivating a Sustainable Practice

Here are some tips we give participants of 8-week courses to help them cultivate a sustainable mindfulness practice.

Mindfulness Based Programs

Mindfulness-Based Programs (MBPs) are evidence based mind-body programs that train participants in the cultivation of mindfulness in order to support wellbeing, address the causes of human distress, and offer pathways to relieving suffering.

Equanimity Now

Equanimity is a state of calm and composure - a balance of the mind, that can be cultivated through practice and embodied, even under stress.

Ashtanga Yoga for Mental Health

Ashtanga Yoga may be a particularly helpful complimentary approach to managing addictions, depression and anxiety, enhancing the benefits of psychotherapy and / or psychopharmacology.


Non-striving is one of the fundamental attitudes of mindfulness consciously cultivated during practice, according to Jon Kabat-Zinn.

Letting Go and Letting Be

Letting go and letting be are skills that can be cultivated through mindfulness practice and are necessary ingredients for the kind of acceptance from which the deepest and most enduring form of change emerges.

Cultivating Wise Compassion

Compassion, whether gentle or fierce, is openness to the presence of suffering combined with the desire to eliminate it and its causes.

Acceptance: Opening to What Is

Acceptance is an attitude cultivated through mindfulness practice of leaning into experience - an opening to, rather than resisting, what is here.

Patience: Letting Things Unfold

Jon Kabat-Zinn defines the mindful attitude of patience as the understanding and acceptance of the fact that "sometimes things must unfold in their own time".

Trust: Openness Rooted in Wisdom

Jon Kabat-Zinn's mindful attitude of trust is the sense of assuredness we develop through practice in the wisdom of the body, heart and mind to manage itself.

Gratitude: Paying Our Debt of Thanks

Gratitude is a feeling of thankfulness for what we have received – acknowledging the good, especially that which comes from or exists outside of us

Generosity: What’s Mine is Ours

The beneficial attitude of generosity, which is correlated with well-being, can be cultivated through a dedicated mindfulness practice.

Non-Judging: Are You Ruled by Preferences and Predilections?

Non-judging is one of the fundamental attitude of mindfulness, according to Jon Kabat-Zinn that helps us in our practice and daily lives.

Practice Makes Perfectish

Connecting with the intentions underlying our mindfulness is important because what we practice becomes stronger.

What Do You Stand For?

Mindfulness is the essential first step in becoming a good steward of our communities and our environment.

Embracing Beginnership

Beginner’s mind is one of the seven interconnected fundamental attitudes of mindfulness that are consciously cultivated during practice, according to Jon Kabat-Zinn. In his book Full Catastrophe Living,

ACT and Empowerment

Acceptance and Commitment Training snd Empowerment - learning to stay connected to our inner locus of control.

Super Chickens vs Golden Egged Geese

Exploring how mindfulness and an ACT perspective might foster social connection, communication, and collaboration in the workplace.