Ebelini Leads Free Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Talks
Madeline Ebelini, a registered yoga teacher and the founder of Integrative Mindfulness, in Bonita Springs, will present two free informational talks about the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program at 5:30 p.m., August 31, and 10 a.m., September 1. Participants will learn how the eight-week MBSR curriculum offers effective, evidence-based mindfulness practices for reducing the impacts of chronic stress on their health and quality of life, including sitting meditation, gentle yoga, body scans and walking meditation.
Recently recognized by the Center for Mindfulness at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine as a certified teacher of the MBSR program, Eberlini spent hundreds of hours of training and teaching the curriculum plus an extended period of supervision under a senior member of the university’s faculty, and gained approval by its MBSR Teacher Certification Committee.
Since 2011, Eberlini has guided hundreds of people through the MBSR curriculum. Participants become experienced in the practices through weekly classes and home practice supported by audio and video recordings.
Location: The Fountains Professional Park, 3372 Woods Edge Cir., Ste. 102, Bonita Springs. For more information or to register (requested), call 239-590-9485, email Madeline@IntegrativeMindfulness.net or visit IntegrativeMindfulness.net.Edit ModuleShow Tags