The University of Minnesota's Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing has offered mindfulness classes for individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities for more than two decades.
Mindfulness is an awareness of one’s present moment experience with curiosity, kindness and a non-judgmental attitude. Mindfulness is also other-oriented, as it involves social/environmental awareness. When we are mindful, we are often able to see and respond to others with greater sensitivity and understanding.
Our community mindfulness classes have served thousands of people, and include in-person and online opportunities such as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Introduction to Mindfulness, half-day retreats, and Mindfulness at Work.
Questions or comments? Please reach out to the Bakken Center's community relations office if you have questions about our mindfulness programming ([email protected], 612-625-8164). We welcome the opportunity to connect with you!
To make disability-related accommodations, please contact the Bakken Center's community relations office ([email protected], 612-625-8164).
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