Use the Mindful practice of STOP anytime to keep daily stress from building up, and anytime you are feeling extra pressure.
About Natasha Korshak
Natasha Korshak is a long time teacher of Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness, iRest and MBSR. She has completed professional training at the University of Massachusetts Medical School Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society, and is a dedicated facilitator of the 8 week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction MBSR as well as many other Mindfulness Programs and Classes.
Entries by Natasha Korshak
You realize you are anxious or agitated by something or someone and you give yourself permission to acknowledge it, make space for it, make intentional…
Integrative Restoration or iRest is a mind body method whose origins are less academic than MBSR. Yet, iRest has developed into a protocol that now qualifies as evidence based and is the subject of numerous studies for its treatment potential for trauma, pain, addiction relapse, compassion fatigue, insomnia, memory, and learning
With awareness of the present moment, your busy mind will not be an obstacle. I heard this poem read in a meditation class, early in my mindfulness journey, and it has always stayed with me.
We have two free Mindful Meditation practice offerings in December. Present Moment, Wonderful Moment: Experiencing Mindfulness & The Fruitful Darkness: An Evening of Mindfulness Practice …related to the change of seasons…
A documentary film exploring the mind and bodies connection and its missing link in healthcare. With Andrew Weil, MD, Jon Kabat-Zinn …
Welcome to the Fall Season. It may be helpful to remember that this is a transitional time …and a Jimmy Buffet song that packs a profound mindfulness message.
The July series of classes was a wonderful interlude for me personally this summer. They were designed to stand alone each week, so people could come even if vacationing some part of the month…
The first three classes explore, The Mindful Communication of:
Deep Listening / Clear Speaking / Group Dynamics
The fourth class of the series is: Bringing Mindfulness to Grief and Loss…
The space of infinite awareness.
See with clarity.
Silver edged space.
Thank you, Natasha!
After being able to discuss things in class, the meditations have been even more enjoyable. It is nice to let go of …
At the recent Day of Mindfulness practice it was almost 80 degrees.
It made for lovely walking meditation and fresh air in the room, yet I found myself …
While considering a holiday message I came across these words of Thich Nhat Hanh, When we are mindful, deeply in touch with the present moment …
I have one more question I’ve meant to ask in reaction to what you said about meditation and crying several sessions ago – and now that this course is drawing to an end …
What is hard about being present?
Research seems to indicate that when we develop this basic embodied presence, we are integrating brain functions and naturally …
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