Introduction to MBSR

Thousands of people from all walks of life have successfully learned and applied the techniques of Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR), developed at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMMS). Over 30 years of extensive medical research has demonstrated that MBSR is highly effective to reduce medical symptoms, manage chronic pain, ease stress, and relieve psychological distress. MBSR offers a positive way to actively engage in your own healing, take better care of yourself and discover a deeper sense of wellness and balance in your life.

“In this very moment, no matter what your condition or situation, you have within you all the resources you need for growing, healing, and working with stress, pain, illness, and the everyday challenges you are facing. A growing body of scientific evidence supports the reality of a profound mind-body connection and now recognizes that learning and practicing mindfulness can positively affect your sense of health and well-being physically, mentally, and emotionally, while simultaneously offering you a means of discovering a deeper sense of ease and peace of mind.”
Saki F. Santorelli
, Director of the Stress Reduction Clinic 
University of Massachusetts Medical School

Click below to read more about MBSR:

What is MBSR

The Benefits of MBSR

MBSR Course Outline

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