Movie Premier: May I Be Happy October 9th!
Oct02

Movie Premier: May I Be Happy October 9th!

Mind Body Awareness Project is featured in the film “May I Be Happy” by Eric Georgeault and Hélène Walter. It is premiering Monday, October 9th at 7pm in Los Angeles and you are welcome to attend! MAY I BE HAPPY reveals the significance of mindfulness practice in transforming the lives of young people. Covering varying approaches to mindfulness by a range of San Francisco Bay Area programs, this feature documentary reminds...

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Join us in our online training pilot!
Aug16

Join us in our online training pilot!

Using Mindfulness with At-Risk Youth Online Training Wednesdays, September 13 – October 18, 6pm Pacific In this 6-week online training, participants will receive a general overview of mindfulness facilitation with at-risk youth. Topics include: an intro to the basics of mindfulness (including benefits and potential risks with this particular population), how to establish a safe container in order to best facilitate openness and...

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Mindfulness, Trauma, and At-Risk Youth Training
May26

Mindfulness, Trauma, and At-Risk Youth Training

  We are excited to announce our first on-line training starting this fall. In this multi-week online training, participants will receive a general overview of mindfulness facilitation with high risk youth. Topics include how to establish a safe container in order to best facilitate openness and engagement, an intro to the basics of mindfulness (including benefits and potential risks), and how to work with resistance if it arises...

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Changes at MBA – A Message from the Executive Director
May01

Changes at MBA – A Message from the Executive Director

The Mind Body Awareness Project is celebrating its 17th Anniversary this year and over that time we have helped thousands of incarcerated youth and teens at risk transform harmful behavior and begin lead meaningful lives through mindfulness meditation and emotional awareness training. We are proud of the work we have done and believe deeply in its importance and success in helping youth change their lives. MBA’s services are based on...

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Send a card to an incarcerated youth!

  The MBA Project invites you to share words of encouragement with youth inside juvenile hall. From now through December 2017, we’ll collect cards from our supporters that answer the question: “when you’re in a hard place, how do you free your mind?” The hundreds of cards we received last year helped brighten the holidays for many youth. This year, we hope to give a handwritten card to every youth incarcerated in the Bay Area,...

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