This listing is tuition for 2 people to have a private class with Becky, our mindfulness coach. This is great for a teen/parent pair. Each lesson is 1 to 2 hours long and is taught once a week for 4 weeks at a date and time chosen by you. The location is Millcreek Counseling in Holladay, UT. The cost includes a journal with weekly prompts and Becky's meditations to help you get started on your home meditation practice.
This 4-week class is all about the basic principles of mindfulness and meditation. Including, mindful breathing, common humanity, self-compassion and emotional responsibility. Becky will lead discussions and in-depth mindfulness meditations each week. This is a great class if you are new to mindfulness meditation or are hoping to deepen your mindfulness knowledge or practice.
Our hope is that at the end of the class you have recognized mindfulness and meditation improving your well-being, and have mapped out a way to incorporate these powerful fundamentals into your daily lives.
Upon payment, you will recieve an email with your PDF ticket to the class, the exact address and a few more details, including how to get on our scheudle for your private class.
A few things that participants have said:
"You are a master teacher. I find myself thinking of things you said at random times during each day. It is such a gift that you are sharing with your students, and you deliver your message and methods beautifully!"
"I don't know one person who wouldn't benefit from this course. Everyone could use the magic space. Everyone can use mindfulness to become better and happier people. The changes are so small, but make a huge difference. People don't know about mindfulness (myself included before I took your course). It's seriously mind-blowing."
"Becky has a comfortable and fun teaching style. She is knowledgeable and experienced in meditation and mindfulness practices. She has credibility from her years of studying and practicing the principles she teaches." "This class has truly helped me in so many ways. I appreciate that I can feel sadness and I am no longer afraid to sit with my emotions."