The Mindfulness in Recovery® Course is a new 8-WEEK online course open to anyone.
We are excited and grateful to be able to offer this new course with our co-founder, John Bruna! This is truly a precious opportunity to learn from an authentic, warm, and accessible teacher who embodies the wisdom he shares. With our online format, you can attend from wherever you are in the world.
About the MIR Course
This is an eight-week course that begins with an opening session on Thursday, April 8th, followed by weekly sessions on Thursday evenings. In between sessions, there are videos with instruction from John and exercises from the Essential Guidebook to Mindfulness in Recovery.
Everyone in the United States receives a copy of the Essential Guidebook to Mindfulness in Recovery and access to the private course online community platform accessible by computer, tablet, or mobile phone. You are able to interact with others in the course on that platform and in the course sessions.
*If you live outside of the USA, we will work with you to get you access to the guidebook.
In addition to John, there will be other certified MIR teachers in the course to support you.
May 11th: Facilitated by Melissa Mose
Live Session Times: Tuesdays at 6 pm Pacific Time, 7 pm Mountain Time, 8 pm Central Time, 9 pm Eastern Time (1-hour sessions). The last session is on July 6th.
Price: $349 US. There is a $50 discount for Mindful Life and Mindfulness in Recovery Community members. Contact us at email@example.com for your discount code.
Payment Plans and Scholarships: We always offer scholarships and payment plans. We never want anyone to not access our services due to financial difficulties. To apply for a payment plan or scholarship, click here.
Registration: Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email with details for the course. Look for your Essential Guidebook in the mail unless you live outside of the United States. If outside the US, we will contact you about options.
To learn more about the MIR Course, click here
Questions: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (970) 633-0163.