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Please join us for our 2nd Annual

Spring into Mindfulness

Saturday, May 19, 2018

 

Click Here to Register Today!

 

Stay for the whole day (discounted full day package includes 4 90-minute sessions at $100) or pick and choose your breakout sessions a la carte ($30/90 minute session)!  Sessions range from yoga, mindful movement, guided meditations, creative painting & coloring, gardening, and mindful eating to name a few.
  
Lunch session includes a delicious buffet-style meal provided by Nourish Farms in the property's beautiful barn. Highlights include Seasonal Green Salad with Maple Syrup Vinaigrette, Vegetarian Minestrone with Heirloom Beans, Tilapia Chowder (featuring fish raised by Lake Orchard Farm Retreat), and Rhubarb Crisp for dessert!  During lunch, we are pleased to present our keynote speaker, Elba Mueller Life coach, Writer, and Meditation Instructor, author of "The Beginner's Guide to Happiness: 15 Secrets to a Richer, More Fulfilling Life." Elba's empowering presentation, The Price of Happiness, will give you a clear path to living a more joyful life.

 

Learn more about the event, including session details and bios from our expert presenters, by visiting the event landing page clicking here. 

 

 

 

Mindful Classroom Initiative

Mindful Student Series

MHA utilizes an evidence-based curriculum developed and used by Growing Minds. The Growing Minds curriculum’s lessons fall into four different categories, each relevant to concepts within the classroom. The first category discusses focus and attention. Students will participate in activities that will help them to train their attention, focus during distractions, and notice their surroundings. The second category targets self-awareness and self-regulation. Lessons focus on the five senses, being in the present moment, and pausing to make more thoughtful choices. The third category addresses thoughts and emotions. Students will learn that they have thoughts and emotions all the time and will learn to generate more kind thoughts and compassion for themselves. The fourth category discusses social skills and relationships. Students will discuss kindness, generosity, gratitude, and compassion in order to increase insight into others and create a stronger classroom and school community. 

Mindful Educator Series 
Save the dates!  June 25, 26, & 27 at Jake's Cafe in Sheboygan, WI.  Registration coming soon! 

 

Mindful Workplace

Supporting corporations, small businesses and emerging leaders, contact MHA for detailed information on how to bring our expert mindful instructors into the workplace!  

 

Mindful Community Series 

MHA is hosting mindful community sessions on the 2nd day of the month (unless otherwise noted) to include guided meditations and a variety of mindful topics for beginners, intermediate, and advanced mindful moments.  Check out our events tab to learn more.  

 

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