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Favourite Resources that Promote Well-Being for COVID-19

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Online Toronto-based Practice Groups

Please ensure that you have created your own FREE ZOOM account prior to registering

Special Laughter Yoga Session with Steven Hughes

Sunday May 31 | 11:15 am-noon
Register HERE

Download Flyer HERE

This program will introduce you to the value of laughter as a way of increasing joy in your life and releasing stress! Upon registering you will receive a Participant Handbook on Laughter Yoga.

By Donation—Proceeds to the Dianna Last Memorlal Fund

We invite you to donate through Canada Helps HERE:


Mindful Community Gatherings with Heidi Bornstein and Stephen Chadwick (Free)

Weekly - Sundays, 10 AM EST
Download Flyer HERE
ZOOM register in advance HERE


Self-Care for Educators and Helping Professionals with Angela Ventrice (Free)

Weekly - Wednesdays, 7 -8 PM
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ZOOM register in advance HERE:
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Mindful Yoga
with Natalia Fister

1¼-hour weekly on
Wednesdays 4:30 PM EST Saturdays 10:30 AM EST

Wednesdays ZOOM Link
Saturdays ZOOM Link

Download Flyer HERE
Sliding Donation $20-30 for
4 weeks of unlimited monthly classes on Wednesdays and Saturdays


Meditation Lounge Gathering for Gay Men
with Markus Bohlmann (Free)

Weekly: Wednesdays, 6-7 PM EDT
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Register in advance: https://bit.ly/2yekCjb

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Dianna Last Memorial Fund

Donations facilitate access to mindfulness training by providing subsidies to those in education and in the community who would benefit in cultivating mindful awareness to support health and well-being.

Make a donation through Canada Helps HERE

Or Send an E-Transfer to payments@mindfulnesseveryday.org

Mindfulness Everyday is registered as a charitable organization in Canada #83693 3507 RR0001

As a registered charitable organization, Mindfulness Everyday is pleased to accept donations and volunteers to further its work. For more information, see our About Us page.


MINDFULNESS EVERYDAY

Mindfulness Everyday is committed to the health and well-being of our community.
In response to the evolving and rapidly changing COVID-19 situation,
Mindfulness Everyday will be transitioning to online courses
and offering selected resources to support practices in your own home.
We are exploring options for connecting in meaningful ways.
We wish everyone near and far, well-being at this challenging time.


SUMMER 2020 SURVIVAL KIT
Rest, Recover, Renew: Meditations, Mindfulness, Yoga and More

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Make this summer your time to rest, recover and renew. Make it your time to discover the benefits of meditation and mindfulness. Mindfulness experiential practices are the way through this moment and will help you build the self-compassion, skills and resilience you will need for whatever comes this fall.

Our Summer Survival Kit was designed to help you discover new tools and learn how to access them. The practices are being led by members of the Mindfulness Everyday team to benefit all of us. Find a comfortable spot, relax, breathe…renew.

Who we are

Toronto-based Mindfulness Everyday, a registered charitable organization, has assembled a dedicated team of professionals, experienced in conducting mindfulness programs. We are committed to improving the health and well-being of community members and the networks that support children and youth, by providing tailored mindfulness programs for students, parents, educators and helping professionals in educational and community settings since 2009. Read more.

What is mindfulness?

How much time do you spend remembering things that have happened in the past or thinking about things that are going to happen in the future? What is happening now – the present moment?

Mindfulness is seeing things more clearly, and paying attention moment to moment to moment. When you are mindful, you notice what is happening—as it is happens. Mindfulness creates a space, a pause in which you can respond considerately to situations, rather than react. Creative possibilities open up; new ways of being with life’s challenges can present themselves.

Today, there is a growing interest in mindfulness. The new breakthroughs in neuroscience show that by practicing mindfulness, the brain can be shaped for greater happiness, love, wisdom and greater emotional balance in turbulent times, as well as healthier relationships, more effective actions, and greater peace of mind.

Mindfulness Everyday programs are based on the principles of the MBSR workshop, an 8-week program created by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1979.

Mindfulness is the awareness that arises
when paying attention to the present moment,
with non-judgment.

Mindfulness Everyday Programs

Education: Educators, Children and Youth

Community and Parents

Peace begins with us. The practice of non-harming is the field of training. The second field of training has to do with the development of concentration and a strong, mindful awareness. Mindfulness is the basis for wise action. When we can see clearly what is happening in the moment, wisdom can direct our choices and actions, rather than the old habits simply playing out our patterns of conditioning.” ~Joseph Goldstein, A Heart Full of Peace