Mindfulness for Wellbeing: Explorations on bring mindfulness into our days

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Come explore how to bring mindfulness into your life!

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DATES: Jan 11, 25, Feb. 8, 22, Mar. 8, 22, Apr. 12, 26, May 10, 24, 2022


COST: $20 per session; $150 for the series

REGISTRATION is required; please register here.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Please review our cancellation policy here.

LOCATION: Zoom. You will receive an email from the week of the program, (usually 2-3 days in advance) with the Zoom conference login information. Please be sure you have received and read this email a minimum of 24 hours in advance of the start of the program. If you are unable to find the email, please search your email folders, including your spam folder. The Well is unable to make refunds to registrants who have not contacted us 24 hours in advance of the program start about a missing Zoom Link email.

FACILITATOR: Phillip McKnight, Certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, MA Instructional Design.


Phillip has experience teaching a wide variety of ages, backgrounds, and abilities and uses his MA in Instructional Systems Design to determine the needs of the participant and help them develop skills in mindfulness meditation with tools for body, heart, mind, and community. Trained in the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program by Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield, Phillip will help design and facilitate course implementation. In addition, Phillip brings with him fifteen years of environmental leadership where he has acted as a naturalist, educator, community advocate, and guide for groups such as The Audubon Society and Chesapeake Bay Foundation.

Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us. Mindfulness is a quality that every human being already possesses… it’s not something you have to conjure up… you just have to learn how to access it. (

A huge body of research now shows that mindfulness can have an incredibly positive impact on our lives. It has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression. It improves our focus, resilience, and memory, and it has a whole host of health benefits, including increased immune function and powerful anti-aging properties. People who practice mindfulness report feeling calmer and happier, having more fulfilling relationships, and experiencing a greater sense of life satisfaction and wellbeing. (

In this program, we will explore mindfulness basics such as mindfulness definitions, mindfulness of body, breath, thoughts, and emotions. In addition, the course will invite participants to strengthen practices of forgiveness, compassion, and kindness. The course will conclude with ways to include mindfulness in fast-paced daily life.

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