Mindfulness Community Group
Do you have trouble letting things go or find yourself easily distracted? Are you rushing through your day and needing to crash on the couch at night? Our world encourages us to stay in “doing-mode” and has a lot of distractions with phone notifications, never-ending to-do lists, and constant news feeds.
Being constantly busy and distracted contributes to mindlessness and does not allow us to just be.
Let's foster some more awareness and make room for self-compassion.
In this 8-week group, we will learn and practice different tools and concepts to help you become more mindfull. Mindfulness is defined as “keeping one’s complete attention to the experience on a moment-to-moment basis in an open and non-judgmental way.”
Mindfulness allows us to:
Become aware of thoughts and feelings in a non-judgmental, compassionate way
Inherent to our human beingness
Accept negative thoughts/emotions instead of resist them
Is evidence-based practiced with research providing evidence of benefiting our health and relationships
Mindfulness is not:
Becoming emotionless, thoughtless, or blank
Avoiding or withdrawing from life
We will learn evidence-based techniques that not only help deal with stress, anxiety, and depression, but offers sustainable lifestyle changes that allow us to relate to ourselves and others more compassionately and openly.
Session 1: Orientation; Attention & The Now
Session 2: Automaticity
Session 3: Judgment
Session 4: Acceptance
Session 5: Goals
Session 6: Compassion
Session 7: The Ego
Session 8: Integration
You will receive a workbook, additional exercises to practice at home, guided meditations, and a certification of completion.
I'm excited to form this group because I know how much mindfulness has changed my life. It gives you the space and tools to become more compassionate and open with yourself and in relationships.
You will need:
Complete intake session with Peyton prior to the group. Schedule here.
Wear comfortable clothing
Possible meditation cushion, pillow, or blanket (optional)
Materials for notetaking
Meeting time and location:
In-person group - 8 sessions
Thursday Evenings, August 3rd - September 21st
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Heights of Health - 210 E. 4th St.
(with the possibility of online Zoom sessions)
$20/session - $160 total
Scholarships are available based on need and availability
There is limited availability (7 participants max). It will be a closed group for the 8 sessions to create a safe, open space and accountability. Group members are expected to commit to the group, by joining weekly and practicing tools at home in between sessions. If you are not able to join, you will still be charged for the session.
Please call, text, or email to schedule an in-take session with Peyton to ensure this group is the right fit for you.