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Finally! A Science-Based Mindfulness Training That Can Change Your Life

Discover How Mindfulness Can Make Drastically

Positive Shifts in Your Physical and Mental Health.

Research has shown that people who are more mindful are generally happier and report less anxiety, symptoms of depression, anger, and worries. A higher degree of mindfulness is also associated with reduced stress and increased gratitude, hope, and vitality.

So if practicing mindfulness holds such powerful potential for our wellbeing, why aren’t we all doing it every day?

The reason is that we often need more guidance and support than simply downloading an app.  We need to better understand the underlying processes and research behind mindfulness.

My new program is designed to introduce you to mindfulness and to experience the profound effects it can have on your life.

In this training, you will benefit from:

  • One deep-dive into a specific element of mindfulness per session
  • Information and practice integrated with research and evidence
  • Small, informal practices that help weave mindfulness into your daily routine
  • An examination of mindfulness in the broader context of life and how we
  • perceive things
  • Understanding the foundation of psychological processes that mindfulness rests upon
  • A community of fellow participants

Who This Program Is For

This program is perfect for you if:

  • You’re curious about mindfulness and want to commit to developing a practice
  • You’ve tried meditation or mindfulness before, and it didn’t work out
  • You want to know the nuts and bolts behind the practice and approach it in a
  • science-based way
  • You want to live more mindfully and feel more alive and present

Lesson 1: Mindfulness: What it is and what it’s not

Many people have ideas about mindfulness, and there are a lot of misconceptions. In this first lesson, we’ll talk about what it is, and what it’s not. We’ll learn about 3 of the 5 core components: attention, open awareness and no identification. We’ll also practice meditation.

Lesson 2: The Role of the “now” in mindfulness

In the second lesson, we’re going to explore the role of the “now” in mindfulness. Now is all we have and when we understand the power of the “now” we can reduce the negativity that our thoughts have on our wellbeing. We’ll also be practicing meditation.

Lesson 3: The Role of Attention in mindfulness

In this third lesson, we’re going to explore the role of attention in mindfulness. When we focus our attention on something, it’s like shining the light on something. Attention helps us focus our awareness on a specific experience inside ourselves. We’ll also practice meditation.

Lesson 4: In this lesson, we’ll discuss some of the other elements of mindfulness

In this last lesson, we’ll go over some other important aspects of mindfulness: automatic pattern, judgment, and compassion. As in the other lessons, we’ll practice meditation.

About Your Instructor

My name is Linda G. Robert and I'm a life coach and teacher. I've been exploring mindfulness meditation for the last 5 years, following a car accident. I have since learned to develop a consistent mindfulness practice and I've found a way to flow more easily with the highs and lows of life. I'm passionate about helping others like you to do the same.  I've also attended several silent retreats and have completed Mindfulness Teacher Training. I've taught various wellness programs and have led mindfulness meditations for clients.

What Others Are Saying

“It has helped me see and understand my helpful and unhelpful habitual ways of thinking and
behaving, which in turn has helped me respond differently, more kindly and compassionately to
myself, others and life’s challenges.”    ― Karen Liebenguth, coach, mindfulness trainer

“When we commit ourselves to paying attention in an open way, without falling prey to our own
likes and dislikes, opinions and prejudices, projections and expectations, new possibilities open up
and we have a chance to free ourselves from the straitjacket of unconsciousness.”
― Jon Kabat-Zinn, founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

“Learning about mindfulness taught me what equanimity means, and that’s something I knew that
I needed in my life. Now, I’m able to sit with my emotion and turn toward it and accept it. I can
see my emotion as a leaf that’s gently floating down a stream past me. Knowing that my negative
emotion will eventually pass allows me to embrace it without trying to resist what I’m experiencing
in that very moment.”  ― Chris Boutté, started practicing mindfulness
after being diagnosed with congestive heart failure


How long does this program take to complete?
This is a 4-week program, starting on June 1 and finishing on June  22nd.

What is the format of the Introduction to Mindfulness program? 

We will be meeting via zoom and the link will be shared once you register. 

How much time do I need to complete the homework exercises? What will that look like?
The in-class portion lasts approximately 60 minutes and additional training requires about 15–30 minutes a day and is most effective when done at home.
Different types of exercises include formal meditation and more informal daily practices will be assigned.

I’ve tried mindfulness before and I’m not very good at it. How do I know that this program
will be different?

At its core, mindfulness is about starting over again and again. Even if you feel like you’re not
making ‘progress,’ if you have patience and try to practice regularly to the best of your ability,
your efforts will pay off.

In this program, we’ll approach mindfulness in a way that addresses all of the common
stumbling blocks, and you’ll be free to share your specific concerns so we can troubleshoot
them together.

Are the resources in your program based on scientific evidence?
Yes. Over 3,000 peer-reviewed research studies have validated the benefits of mindfulness,
and we have made sure that everything in this program is underpinned by rigorous science
and references.

What is the cost?
The 4-week program costs $300/person.

The payment methods listed on your website don’t work for me. Are there alternatives?

Please contact me at and we can discuss the options.

I have another question! Can I reach out?
Of course! Please feel free to email and we can chat.