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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Enrich your life with MBSR!

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is a powerful, life-enhancing program that helps participants develop inner resources to manage stress and chronic pain more effectively and live life more fully. This evidence based, 8-week course is set in a supportive environment and includes guided instruction in mindfulness practices, gentle movement, and group learning and discussions. Home assignments are designed to help participants bring mindfulness into their daily lives. MBSR has 35+ years of scientific evidence demonstrating wide-ranging benefits, which is continually validated by course participants reporting its positive impacts on their lives. Why not join us and make a commitment to this transformative program?


NEW Spring 2017 Course @ Restore PT & Wellness

Wednesday Evenings: Restore Physical Therapy and Wellness, 44927 George Washington Blvd, Suite 210, Ashburn, VA

  • FREE Orientation 4/5/17 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

  • 8 Weekly Classes 4/19/17 – 6/7/17 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

All Day Retreat:

  • 1 All Day Retreat 5/21/17 (Sunday) 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM


To Register and for More Information

Tuition: $450 covers the classes, all day retreat, and materials

(Flexible payment options are available)

Register: Email

Get More Info: Visit for more information

About the Teacher

Karyn Sandelman is Lead Teacher and Principal of A Mindful Choice, LLC, which offers secular mindfulness programs to diverse groups. In addition, she is Director of Elementary and Adult Programs for Minds, Inc., a non-profit bringing mindfulness to youth and adults in the D.C. metro region. Karyn is a Qualified MBSR Teacher, trained by the University of Massachusetts Center for Mindfulness, and a Certified Mindful Schools Instructor. She previously held corporate leadership positions and has extensive coaching and facilitation experience. Karyn earned her M.S. degree at Columbia University, B.S. degree at Cornell University, and has been practicing and studying mindfulness for 20 years.

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