Tuesday, March 1st, 2022 through Tuesday, April 19th, 2022
The Winter MBSR Course takes place over the course of 10 days. Please direct all questions to email@example.com
|Orientation 1||January 24-2022||7:00pm – 8:30pm MT|
|Orientation 2||February 12-2022||10:00am – 11:30am MT|
|Session 1(Opening)||March 1-2022||6:00 pm – 9:00 pm MT|
|Session 2||March 8-2022||6:00 pm – 8:30 pm MT|
|Session 3||March 15-2022||6:00 pm – 8:30 pm MT|
|Session 4||March 22-2022||6:00 pm – 8:30 pm MT|
|Session 5||March 29-2022||6:00 pm – 8:30 pm MT|
|Session 6||April 5-2022||6:00 pm – 8:30 pm MT|
|Silent Retreat||April 9-2022||8:00 am – 2:00 pm MT (Sat)|
|Session 7||April 12-2022||6:00 pm – 8:30 pm MT|
|Session 8(Closing)||April 19-2022||6:00 pm – 9:00 pm MT|
- All times are Mountain Time
- Session 1 (opening) and Session 8 (closing) are 3 hours in length
- All day Silent Retreat is on Saturday April 9-2022. (6 hrs total)
Meet your Facilitators for Winter 2022-8 Week MBSR Course
“Our minds are all we have. They are all we have ever had. And, they are all we can offer others.”
– Sam Harris
Michelle Huser is a qualified MBSR Teacher (Level 1) through Brown University and the Center for Mindfulness Canada. Her purpose is to create balance, resiliency, and emotional well-being for individuals, families, and businesses by helping them to build better minds.
Personal circumstances and experiences within the autistic community sparked an interest in mindfulness and meditation that helped to create a new way of being and relating to an increasingly complex world. This new way of “being” led to more peace, better health, and improved ways of dealing with difficult challenges within her community and family. Moved by the desire to help individuals, families, and communities to re-establish balance she utilized her science degree to research how mindfulness and meditation affect our minds and pursued formal training from Brown University and the Center for Mindfulness Canada.
With a long history of advocating for the neurodivergent community, Michelle brings an openness, acceptance, and empathy to her teaching spaces rooted in the understanding that even though humans are unique they all share a common humanity regardless of the challenges they face. She is dedicated to helping people access their own vast inner resources so they can bring more compassion and understanding to their lives, families, and communities.
“There is a dimension of DEPTH to time, not just LENGTH. By slowing down the perceived passage of time, you seemingly have more of it and live longer—and more fulfilled.” – Ghazala Radwi
Dr. Ghazala Radwi is a physician based in Edmonton, Alberta, working in the field of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine. She is also a mindfulness practitioner, with a deep interest in the connection between mind and body in achieving a wholesome state of health.
Several years ago, personal stressors and healthcare issues sparked an interest in mindfulness. Mindfulness helped her find increasing clarity, direction, and joy in life. Inspired to help fellow humans reconnect with their inner resources, she pursued formal training in various mindfulness programs including MBSR through Brown University and Mindful Practice through the University of Rochester. She is also trained in trauma-informed psychotherapy approaches including Dr. Gabor Mate’s Compassionate Inquiry model, and the Polyvagal Theory which is the science of safety and connection.
Dr. Radwi offers group mindfulness courses including MBSR as well as individual sessions. Within the healthcare field, she is a strong proponent of creating safe and inclusive spaces to empower trainees and colleagues with skills that lead to compassionate patient care, engaged teams, and a fulfilling personal life. Ghazala brings a fiercely compassionate, heartfelt, open presence to her teaching spaces.
If you missed the winter course, don’t worry we are
now accepting registrations for the spring course.