A Day of Mindfulness

Saturday, March 3, 2018
9:30 am – 4:00 pm
Fallsington Friends Meeting
9300 New Falls Rd., Fallsington, PA 19054

Suggested donation: $75, but pay what you can

(a portion of proceeds will go to support Bucks Food for Friends)

Guidance by Amy Ward Brimmer

In this day of mindfulness we practice yoga and qigong to move mindfully, and gain insight in walking and sitting meditation. We even try eating mindfully together.

If you’re an Alexander student, it’s a great way to practice your AT directions because you get a chance to sit and move in alignment all day long. If you have an established meditation practice, you might find the movement a helpful supplement to your sitting. If you are an experienced yogi, you might find the contemplative stillness a welcome counterpoint to your yoga. If you’re a complete novice, that’s the best of all — come see for yourself how simple and enjoyable it can be to slow down and care for yourself.

Register by making a payment. Pay now by bank or credit card using Pay Pal:



Or mail a check, payable to Amy Ward Brimmer, to 124 S. Bell Ave., Yardley, PA 19067. Please include your email and phone number when submitting payment by post.

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)

Winter Training: January 28 – March 18
     plus Full Day Retreat: March 3
George School – FAC Movement Studio
1690 Newtown Langhorne Road
Newtown, PA 18940
Investment: $395 / $350 if paid by January 15
Deposit $100 to hold your spot, balance due by first class.

Registration has ended for this class, but a Spring series will be announced soon. Sign up for the mailing list to be among the first to know!

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction is a powerful 8-week class that teaches how to use mindfulness to make lasting changes and leave behind unhealthy stressful reactivity. This wonderful program has been around for 40+ years and has helped tens of thousands of people learn how to live with less suffering and more joy and empowerment. You will learn various mindfulness practices — meditation and gentle movement like yoga and qigong — which become a go-to strategy when stress arises. We learn together in the weekly class, and practice daily with guided meditations and simple reflection exercises. This program has a very positive track record, proven through peer-reviewed studies.