Mindfulness @ Middlebury

Practice

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.


@ MIIS

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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