Mindfulness @ Middlebury


This page features resources for learning mindfulness practices, as well as on-going opportunities/related groups on campus and in each campus community.

@ Middlebury College

The Middlebury College Wellness Website, created and maintained by the Wellness Committee, offers wellness tips, a schedule of campus events, articles of interest, and more.

Prajna is an informal group that gathers on Monday evenings at Hathaway House for guided meditation from teachers representing a variety of traditions.  Students who have meditation experience, as well as those who are just curious, are always welcome. Contact Mandy Kimm ’17 and Austin Kahn ‘17.5, Co-Facilitators, Prajna@middlebury.edu

Silent reflection time is offered from 6:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. every Monday in Mead Chapel. All students, faculty, and staff are welcome, and an academic leader will be present at each session.

The Vermont Zen Center is a Buddhist community in nearby Shelburne, Vt., that offers courses and retreats.

Learning to Love and Loving to Learn, by Rebecca Kneale Gould, originally appeared in the Addison Independent.


Maria Prichard, yoga teacher and MPA student, is offering a free mindfulness e-series starting April 3, 2017. Sign up here by March 31: http://eepurl.com/cGOtvH! Each week will have a specific intention starting with S E L F . C A R E ✨  and build on what you learned the week before. Activities will only take a few minutes but teach you how to bring more mindfulness into your day. 

Jill Stoffers leads 20-minute silent meditation sessions on Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. on the MIIS campus in McGowan, room 215.

Monterey Bay Meditation Studio in Pacific Grove offers a whole range of courses, workshops, and drop-in practice opportunities. 

Katie Dutcher’s blog, flourish and bloom, facilitates community mindfulness opportunities in Monterey, California.

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