Mindfulness meditation is a form of meditation in which you use your breath to bring your attention to the present moment. Research at several medical institutions shows that Mindfulness meditation can have a long-term effect on reducing anxiety and stress. And, increasing the ability to focus attention.
In this course, you will learn what mindfulness meditation is and how to practice it. The course includes audio files that you can use on your own during and after the course.
Some examples of what's in the course:
You have unlimited access to all the lessons 24 hours a day, for as long as you want or need them, so you can take the course at your own pace and go back to review any materials any time you want. All of our courses have quizzes, as well as exercises that you can send in for feedback from Dr. Susan Weinschenk.
Become a mindfulness meditator. This course is FREE. Register and get started now.
About The Instructor: Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D. (aka, The Brain Lady)
Susan Weinschenk has a Ph.D. in Psychology and over 30 years of experience as a behavioral scientist. Susan has been practicing mindfulness meditation for more than ten years and teaches in-person workshops and 8 week-long programs in mindfulness meditation.
Susan is the CEO and Chief Behavioral Scientist at The Team W and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. She applies research in psychology to predict, understand, and explain what motivates people and how they behave. She is a consultant and keynote speaker for Fortune 1000 companies, start-ups, non-profit agencies, educational institutions, and conferences. Her clients include Walmart, Disney, The Mayo Clinic, Charles Schwab, and Best Buy.
Dr. Weinschenk is the author of several books, including 100 Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People, 100 MORE Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People, How to Get People To Do Stuff, 100 Things Every Presenter Needs To Know About People, and Neuro Web Design: What makes them click? Her nickname is The Brain Lady because she applies research on the brain and neuroscience to design.