In this episode, Steve Ferrell shares his mindfulness journey and how he was practicing mindfulness before he even knew it. He discusses the value of adding movement to our mindfulness practices and shares how mindfulness in combination with the knowledge of evidence-based psychotherapy principles like CBT, ACT and FAP can shift our perspectives towards our everyday thoughts and behaviours. Similarly, in this world of endless information, Steve explains how mindfulness can help manage reactions to our everyday lives. Finally, Steve shares why his classes are different from others.
Mike Masse shares his mindfulness journey and his experiences working with every type of demographic. From farmers to children, he has taught and shared mindfulness to all. With his unconventional approach to workshops, he describes how important it is to connect with your audience and their reason for stepping into the mindfulness space. Mike explains how his personal mindfulness journey has adapted through time and shifted between formal and informal practices. In this podcast, Mike shares his philosophy on mindfulness and the power of informal practices.
Our most recent podcast provides a stimulating discussion with meditation
and mindfulness teacher, Allison Liss. At a 10 day Vipassana silent retreat, Allison
had a direct experience that changed her perspective on life. She recognized
the power of the mind and that things are not as obvious as we think. Over
several years, she has developed a sequence of meditation techniques to help
people have a direct experience more quickly. In this podcast she touches on
those techniques, why we benefit from meditation, the difference between
meditation and mindfulness, how to get started, and much more.
Har-Prakash shares his personal journey with mindfulness and how he is carrying those lessons forward in his curriculum and upcoming workshop.
Interview with Carla La Bella and Erika Casperson.
Opening up this new podcast series is known other than physician and co-founder of Mindfulness Hamilton, Dr. Ken Burgess. You will hear how his practice has changed over 25 years, how mindfulness has become a tool for patient care, and how impactful learning this skill has been for patients and health care professionals. The 21st century has become known as the “Century of the Brain” and the exponential growth of the study of mindfulness is leading to more skillful applications of the prescription of mindfulness to increase emotional intelligence and resilience.