Join the Mindful Life Program Foundations Course, February 20 – April 16, 2020, at Here & Now in Gunnison, Colorado. Give yourself the gift of this lively and engaging opportunity to learn to live mindfully, with attention and intention, cultivating genuine happiness and a meaningful life. The course teaches the practice of meditation and the practical application of mindfulness in daily life. Empower yourself to integrate the four key areas of mindfulness – attention, wisdom, values, and an open heart – into your life in practical, accessible and universal ways.
Attention – Developing attention skills through meditation training.
Wisdom – Understanding one’s biases, labeling, projection, and pre-judgment. Increasing emotional intelligence and learning to respond rather than react.
Values – Living a meaningful life. Developing healthy habits and responses that are in alignment with one’s personal values.
Open heart – Developing healthy relationships and connections. Cultivating skills of compassion, loving-kindness, empathic joy and equanimity.
- 20 hours of engaging in-person class
- Foundations Course Companion Journal
- Copy of The Wisdom of a Meaningful Life by co-founder John Bruna
- Three-month membership to the Mindful Life Community w/ app access
- Access to meditation library and additional resources
- Daily practice guide
Dates: Thursdays, 6 – 8:30 pm from February 20 – April 16, no class on March 19th.
Cost: $350. Inquire about group discounts. Payment plans and scholarships are available. Our mission is to help everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. To apply for a payment plan or scholarship, please email the facilitator (see organizer information).
To register: Contact Dusty Sylvanson by phone: 970-641-3898, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilitator: Dusty Sylvanson
“I am a teacher and appreciate that many people can be trained to teach the curriculum. However, Dusty’s personality and demeanor make him especially suited for teaching a course like this. I don’t know that I’ve met many people who are so naturally kind and supportive.” —Liz, Recent course participant