Classes are designed to combine education with experiential exercises to facilitate the integration of mindfulness into your daily life.

Examples of mindfulness practice that may be included are:

  • Breathing exercises
  • Noticing thoughts as they come and go
  • Awareness of physical sensations
  • Practice in responding rather than reacting
  • Cultivation of kindness toward oneself and others
  • Mindful yoga

Some of the benefits that you may receive as a result of your participation in these classes include:

  • Positive changes in well-being, including increased emotional regulation
  • Improvement in your ability to choose healthy behaviors, including an enriched capacity to manage life’s stressors
  • Reduced physical symptoms that can accompany stress
  • Decreased symptoms associated with anxiety and depression

The Mindful Student

This class is for college students who are dealing with stress, anxiety, time management, and/or social issues.





Everyday Mindfulness

In this six-week class, you will learn and experience the benefits of mindfulness and have opportunities to practice and integrate mindfulness into your daily life.

Facilitated by experienced mental health professionals, Bonnie Witkin Stuart, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, and Mimi Dvorson, MEd., RYT 200.

$275 some insurance accepted

Starts Friday, February 3rd, 2017


Fridays, 10:30-11:30am


February 3, 10, 24, March 3, 10, 17

Living Mindfully with Chronic Illness

Chronic Illness can be challenging and stressful. Learn mindfulness skills which can reduce symptoms that accompany stress, like anxiety and depressed mood. This group is designed for women with chronic medical conditions, including cancers, diabetes, Crohn’s, fibromyalgia, etc.

Facilitated by mental health professionals, Bonnie Witkin Stuart, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, and Mimi Dvorson, MEd., RYT 200.

$325 some insurance accepted

If you would like to have a brief, free screening to see if this class is right for you, please contact us.

Next session begins Friday, April 7th, 2017




April 7, 14, 21, 28, May 12, 19

Attention Lab: Befriending ADD

This class is for college age adults who feel that their ADD is interfering with their optimal functioning.

If you would like to be notified regarding the scheduling of Attention Lab, please contact us.

Weekly Meditation Group

Join us also for the ongoing Weekly Meditation drop-in classes, for those new to mindfulness, as well as for experienced practitioners.

NOTE: Resumes on January 10, 2017

Every Tuesday from 12:15 to 12:45
Please arrive by 12:10 to get settled, door is locked at 12:15
Balanced Hot Yoga
1669 Willamette St.
(above Evergreen Nutrition)