Breathe Easy: Meeting Anxiety with Mindfulness
June 5 (Wednesday evening)

Breathe Easy: Meeting Anxiety with Mindfulness


2-hour workshop

A line of birds flying with pink clouds behind them.

We often try to think our way out of anxiety, but how well does that seem to work?

Fortunately, mindfulness can be a big help.

In this workshop, we’ll build a safe classroom learning community to explore ways that mindfulness can help to:

  • Reduce baseline levels of anxiety
  • Recover from anxiety-provoking events
  • Overome the tendency to aggravate anxiety with ruminative thinking
  • Explore ways of meeting anxiety with patience, curiosity and acceptance

Look forward to thoughtful framing around how to live with anxiety more kindly and wisely. We’ll explore and discuss mindfulness exercises for grounding, self-kindness, directing attention more wisely, and cultivating an open and curious approach to the doings of the mind. You’ll leave with a deeper toolkit of approaches to the anxious mind.

“Meditation practice isn’t about trying to throw ourselves away and become something better. It’s about befriending who we are already.”

Pema Chödrön, Buddhist nun and meditation teacher


This workshop will include:

  • A 17-page PDF workbook with exercises and resources for meeting your anxiety
  • Supportive guided meditations
  • Mindful journaling practices (please bring a notebook & pen or pencil)
  • Small and large group discussion
  • Practical tools for difficult anxiety moments in everyday life


Wednesday, June 5, 2024
6:30 – 8:30pm PT


Beth Glosten


Offered Live Online


$35 - $50 (or $9 – $13/month)

  • Sliding scale: Choose what’s right for you.
  • Payment plan option: 4-months, no-interest.
  • Scholarships available: No need to apply; just choose a scholarship tuition during registration.

Attend with a Friend Discount

When you and a friend both register for this program, you can both take

20% OFF

 using the code “MindfulFriends”.

Please note that this workshop is aimed at practicing with regular anxiety defined as a “a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.” Should you suffer from psychiatric level anxiety, defined as “a nervous disorder characterized by a state of excessive uneasiness and apprehension, typically with compulsive behavior or panic attacks” we recommend consulting with a mental health professional before signing up for this course.

About the Instructor

Beth Glosten

Beth Glosten, M.D.

Beth attended the University of Washington School of Medicine and had an academic anesthesiology career until physical issues prompted her to step back from her career. She studied pilates, and through this system embraced moving mindfully. She was drawn to meditation several years ago and found it meshed naturally with her approach to teaching movement: turn focus inward to listen to, and befriend, one’s self. From this place, growth and healing are possible.

Register for this program

Registration is closed for this program.