To the Mohonk community,
We hope you’ve all been staying safe and healthy during this challenging time. Until we can meet again on the mountaintop, stay connected with Mohonk by joining us on social media. Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram to tune in to these upcoming events!
Due to many requests from our attendees, we are thrilled to extend our Zoom mindfulness webinars, complimentary to our Mohonk family! Nina is delighted to add additional sessions in June, as we continue our preparations to reopen the Mountain House on June 15.
Join Nina for these June sessions to enhance your skills and deepen the neural path you’ve been building for mindfulness. Along with breathing, body scans, compassion, and gratitude exercises, we’ll explore how understanding the concept of “Both / And” can open our hearts and minds to the spaciousness of each moment.
Before registering for our Mindfulness in May webinar series, please use following recording of Nina’s introductory session, to develop a basis familiarity with Nina’s mindfulness series.
Minds like to judge things, events, people – and that includes judging ourselves! In fact, we can sometimes be harder on ourselves than we’d be on anyone else.
Learning to listen mindfully and with compassion to the voice in your head can help open your heart – to yourself.
Throughout the day, we may be interacting with spouse/ partner and children, communicating with friends, extended family, colleagues, and trying to find a moment for ourselves.
Discover how a mindful approach to interactions can lead to more skillful relationships.
Learning to make skillful choices regarding food and drink can be simple, if we allow it to be. Moment-to-moment awareness paired with curiosity and some simple self-questions can help you work towards lasting change.
Calling these times “uncertain” barely begins to describe the layers of thoughts and feelings that can arise at any moment.
Developing a practice mindfulness meditation to learn a way to clear the mind and calm the body again and again, as needed, as wanted.
Director of Mindfulness Programming
Nina Smiley, Ph.D., graduated from Vassar College and earned a doctoral degree in psychology from Princeton University. She is co-author of The Three Minute Meditator, now in its fifth edition and translated into seven languages, and Mindfulness in Nature (spring 2017), along with the CD Mini-Meditations That Will Enhance Your Life. Nina taught psychology at the University of Maryland and worked at the American Psychological Association. She has studied mindfulness with Jack Kornfield (founder of Spirit Rock Meditation Center), Sharon Salzberg (co-founder of Insight Meditation Society), and others. Nina’s work has been featured in The New York Times, O, the Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, Shape and Prevention. She delights in sharing insights about mindfulness meditation and well-being.
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