Current Classes

Classes for 2019 – Stress Awareness and Mindful Living

Children’s Classes

Mindful Awareness Classes for Children

Mindful Awareness Classes for Children – Grades 2-5” Private and group classes by appointment – Sally Palmer, Mindful Educator/Owner of Revive Mindfulness, LLS.  In this 6 week workshop, children will learn about their brains and what it means to be “mindful” in everyday life.  Each one hour class offers a different topic and activity.  This program will teach children how to pay attention in special ways, and how to become calm when upset or sad.  They will discover ways to be kinder to themselves and others. Students will be led to notice their thoughts and how they feel about particular thoughts, and the effects on the body. Studies prove mindful awareness helps with focus and attention and is a complement to social-emotional learning.

You may contact me at revivemindfulness@gmail.com with any questions on any programs.

Adult Classes

Mindful Training and Stress Management Practices for Hospice Nurses and Health Care Workers: Care Dimensions  Sept.10th-November 26th

In this 6 week workshop we will learn how to remain focused,  prevent burnout  and practice the principles of mindful awareness to help cultivate a more genuine patient-centered approach.   The importance of staying present for our patients, serving with compassionate care and kindness and minding the bedside with full attention will be emphasized. Self-care and yoga are included. 

Woburn Recreation Department

Yoga – Woburn Adult Education  

Class dates: October 10th-December 5th  7:00 PM-8:00 PM

Let go of your stress and join me in a gentle flow that integrates movement with breath. Participants will experience a greater awareness of body in mind, leaving you relaxed and calm at the end of your day. For all levels.
See woburnrec.com  for pre-registration

Lunch and Learn: Workshops in the Office

Too busy to attend after work sessions?  Get a group together to book a slide show lecture during your lunch time. Learn and engage in mindful activities that will allow you to let go of every day stressors that get in the way of your productivity, work life and personal life. Learn how to change your mindset, let go of negativity and develop a positive attitude. Resources provided.

Mindful Eating

Achieve a greater awareness of your eating behaviors and cravings, and the difference between physical and emotional hunger. You will learn more about yourself and what drives these behaviors. Mindful eating can reduce distress such as depression, anxiety and binge eating.

Private classes at a time that works with your schedule.

 

Ageless Grace for Brain Health Fitness

Ageless Grace is a cutting-edge brain fitness program based on neuroplasticity that activates all 5 functions of the brain – analytical, strategic, kinesthetic learning, memory/recall, creativity and imagination – and simultaneously addresses all 21 physical skills needed for lifelong optimal function. Visit demo at http://www.agelessgrace.com

Family, Group and Individual Instruction

Juggling work and children’s school schedules do not allow much time for self-care. The whole family benefits when you engage Mindful exercises to bring calm and relaxation into your day. New parents, Moms and Dads – adjusting to a new baby changes your life! Learn to embrace what comes your way with greater awareness to help balance work-life and family. Most people notice a shift after the first class.

Contact me at revivemindfulness@gmail.com

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Revive Mindfulness, LLC
182 High Street
Topsfield, MA 01983
978-500-7266
Revivemindfulness@gmail.com

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