Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training® (MMFT) is a unique mindfulness and stress resilience program with documented benefits in enhancing cognitive, emotional, and physiological functioning under stressful conditions.
Kyudo, or the Way of the Bow, is the Japanese martial art of archery. Drawing from the philosopies of bushido—the Way of the Warrior—and the practices of Zen, it is a moving meditation and a way to live the teachings of Zen in our daily life.
Embark on a transformational journey of provocative self-inquiry and creative exploration to uncover your deepest passion and motivation for service that leads to embodied, effective, and conscious action.
Part 2 of this intensive training with expert reflexologist Bob Wolfe focuses on new techniques, including hand and ear reflexology; energy concepts related to reflexology; and lots of hands-on time to refine our technique.
In many ways the Commons are the foundation of our society. It represents the intersection of our social, environmental, and economic structures—all that we share and create together, from water to education.
By changing the way you see your life, you can shape the way you create and experience it. A profound change in perspective allows you to embrace the art of vision to see, solve, and create a life of inspired purpose.
Do you want to see a media climate that reflects your experience of the world? Build a career that is flexible and focused on creating change? Or, develop real skills in social media, online storytelling, and punditry?
Meditation for Beginners provides a survey of meditation techniques to start the beginner and refresh the experienced meditator.
In Katonah Yoga, asana is seen as metaphor. How you move through a forward bend, for example, reflects how you move forward—or don’t—in your daily life.
Within you is a potent spiritual presence of infinite guidance, healing, and direction that, once accessed, brings wellsprings of creativity, love, and fulfillment to your life. This presence is your own indwelling Self.