Speaker Date: Oct. 22, 2021

In our time together, we explore a bit of the science behind why mindfulness is such a helpful skill to cultivate and how it can lead to greater confidence, ease and sense of well-being right in the midst of life’s realities.  

We will then practice a few simple mindfulness skills that can be incorporated into daily life.

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Lindsay Bridges, MD, Charlotte Center for Mindfulness

This Handout contains lists:  How to be Mindful, and books, places to meditate, resources for home practice and mobile apps to help with your practice. 

Lindsay became interested in mindfulness through her work as a Family Medicine physician where the link between healthy stress management and physical well-being was so clear. She trained extensively for teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) through the University of Massachusetts Medical School Center for Mindfulness, the original MBSR center founded by Jon Kabat-Zinn, and has completed their Teacher Certification for MBSR . She has been teaching MBSR in a variety of hospital and health professional training centers since 2002, including work with youth and schools. She is also a Mindful Schools Certified teacher.  Mindfulness and meditation practices are an integral part of her daily life.