Take a deep dive into the science and practices of forgiveness training and trauma recovery using meditative techniques. Whether you are attending because you are on a healing path, or if you are just curious about the hands on art,
Come to Refuge Recovery to learn and practice mindfulness, compassion, forgiveness, and generosity to heal the pain and suffering that addiction has caused. Every Saturday!
Hannah Hawkins-Esther and Amy Stern will present on Mindful Self-Compassion. Self compassion isn’t just something we tell ourselves to dismiss life’s real challenges, or to feel good in the short term. Scientific research is demonstrating that a deliberate practice of
In this interactive session, Rob Johnson will facilitate our discovering some clear pathways to growing our daily capacity to nurture ourselves and others – EXPERIENCING greater gratitude!!!
A 3-hour class to prepare you to start a mindfulness-awareness, or “peaceful abiding” meditation practice. Open to beginners or students wanting to strengthen their meditation technique.
All fitness levels are welcome to join; the goal is to enjoy the journey, this is not a race and we will take as many breaks as needed.
Every Monday 11am – 12:30pm Trauma Recovery Group for Women Contact: Kim Asher, LPC to register at (404)610-8625 or email@example.com Mondays from 4pm – 5:30pm Body Mindfulness Acceptance Group Contact: Dr. Anne Moore to register at (404)277-7992
This 3 Part series integrates Kim’s own tapestry of experience and identities as a pathway to identifying and owning your life purpose.
In the spring of last year, Compassionate Atlanta’s Mindfulness Team was asked to do a workshop for the 12-Step Narcotics Anonymous Group of Cause for Hope, which meets weekdays at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception downtown.
It’s been a busy week and a trying one for Atlantans navigating the new traffic reality since the I-85 bridge collapse. So, how do we deal with this daily traffic frustration?
On this beautiful day in Atlanta, as we see the daffodils bloom 🌼 and the birds start their singing, we feel the restorative and healing power of nature.