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Community, Connection, and Trauma-informed Mindfulness at Engaged Mindfulness Institute

Updated: Apr 2



The ripple effects of mindfulness teaching extend far beyond the confines of the classroom or meditation hall, permeating into the fabric of society at large. In today's fast-paced and interconnected world, stress, anxiety, and burnout have become endemic, taking a toll on individuals' mental, emotional, and physical health. By offering mindfulness-based interventions, you provide a holistic approach to wellness that addresses these pressing societal issues at their root. Scientific research has demonstrated that mindfulness practices can significantly reduce stress, enhance cognitive function, and promote overall well-being. Empowering individuals to cultivate greater resilience and self-care creates a healthier, more vibrant society where people can thrive. Join EMI's next Mindfulness Teacher Training cohort at the Engaged Mindfulness Institute and become a certified professional in trauma-informed mindfulness. This is your chance to be part of a community dedicated to resilience and support for underserved areas.


Learn from world-renowned experts and engage in an immersive training experience with our comprehensive online program and intensive retreats!


Our MT Grad Sheila says:


"The course has exceeded any expectation that I could have possibly dreamed of. The thing that has really impacted me the most is the sense of community, the other people, the other beings that have shown up and the sense that none of us are in this alone and that this being human is difficult, but that we are resourced and I now have tools because of Engaged Mindfulness Institute."

Spaces are limited for our May 2024 cohort. Apply now to secure your spot and start your journey to making a meaningful difference with mindfulness!





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