“Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way;
On purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally.”


Benjamin Friedland

Benjamin FriedlandIn the early eighties I started following mindfulness trainings, after a long period experimenting with meditation in its various forms. I find mindfulness very intriguing. It was more than simple meditation, it was meditation with a purpose; finding inner peace. I readily embraced that calmness that came with mindfulness. It gave my life a calmness that I had not previously known, and the ability to live more in the moment. Read more about our teacher Benjamin...

Barbara Cunnings

barbara2After graduating from university, I started working as a Teaching Assistant at my Alma Mater. While I enjoyed it, I also had a strong sense that there was more to life. I started searching for meaning, looking into the spiritual side of life. I have studied and tried all kinds spiritual and religious ideas, but nothing made perfect sense to me until I started meditating. I realized that this was the way to inner peace. Read more about our teacher Barbara...