Midwest Alliance for Mindfulness

Embodied Mindfulness: Cultivating Authentic Presence
with Erik Hulse, CMT-200


February 21 (Sunday)
at 1:00 pm (GMT-06:00)

Class length
120 minutes

Online via Zoom

Embodiment is the representation or expression of mindfulness in a tangible form. When we are mindfully connected with our experience, mindfulness is infused into our very way of being. Through our personal practice of mindfulness, we can become beneficial role models, in our speech and actions, of the attitudes of mindfulness, exuding qualities such as acceptance, compassion and non-judgement. This online two-hour workshop will experientially guide you toward an understanding of the key features of embodied mindfulness and help you identify obstacles to embodiment. These qualities are useful for anyone who practices mindfulness, but are especially key for those who help, teach or lead others. Attending the Cultivating the Fundamental Attitudes of Mindfulness Workshop is recommended, but not required.

There is a two part process to reserving your seat in this class:
1. Register using this form (participants have a waiver on file with MAM), and
2. Purchase the appropriate pass by clicking the link below (save by becoming a member for as little as $15 mo):
*No refunds the week (7 days) before the event. This workshop is suitable for the general public, but two CEs are also available to KS & MO licensed mental health providers.
**Read about our online etiquette here: https://mindfulness-alliance.org/online-offerings/

Learning Objectives
  • Explore the body as anchor to the present moment
  • Understand the role of humility, mindful attitudes, and joyful perseverance in embodied practice
  • Identify five key features of embodiment
  • Practice strategies for cultivating authentic presence


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