June 27  (Tuesday mornings)

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (Snohomish County)


8-week course

Mindful Community of Snohomish County, in collaboration with Mindfulness Northwest, invites all Mukilteo and Everett School District Employees, ChildStrive and Wonderland staff, Casino Road Community Center, and Housing Hope staff to learn the healing art of mindfulness in this well-respected class.

This 8-week course includes:

  • Guided instruction in mindfulness meditation practices
  • Gentle stretching and mindful yoga
  • Group dialogue and small group exercises
  • A 60-page workbook with short readings, a guide to the course, and resources to support your ongoing investigation of mindfulness

Decades of research show that Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) reduces chronic pain and boosts the immune system; addresses painful mental states like depression and anxiety; minimizes emotional reactivity and promotes well-being; increases flexible attention and sharpens mental focus; and actually thickens grey matter in the areas of empathy and problem-solving. Happiness can be a delightful by-product.

Please see our MBSR page for full details about this well-researched class. Designed by Jon Kabat-Zinn and the Center for Mindfulness at the UMass Medical Center.


Tuesdays, June 27 – August 22*
8:30-11:00am PST
Retreat Day: Saturday, August 12, 9am – 3pm PST

*No class July 25


Cheryl Beighle


Offered Live Online. Zoom link will be sent to you by email once you register.


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Up to 26 Clock Hours are available for Washington State teachers, administrators, and educational staff associates who take this course. Mindfulness Northwest is an approved provider through Washington State OSPI.

Register for this program

Choose Your Tuition:
                                       4-month payment plan available.

Bringing mindfulness to my workplace
Referring my clients/patients
Becoming a mindfulness teacher
Tools for living with chronic pain or illness
Support for recovery from trauma
Mindfulness for healthcare providers

No, thanks.
Yes, please. I have a few questions.
Yes, please. I have urgent concerns.