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Spring 2024
Free MBSR Teacher Training Info Session

June 17th, 2024 @ 6:00pm PDT

Free MBSR Teacher Training Info Session

Summer 2024
Free Online Laughter Yoga

June 24th, 2024 @ 6:00pm PDT

Free Online Laughter Yoga

MBSR Drop-In for Graduates

June 24th, 2024 @ 7:05pm PDT

MBSR Drop-in for Graduates

Free MBSR Teacher Training Info Session

September 5th, 2024 @ 6:00pm PDT

Free MBSR Teacher Training Info Session

Fall 2024

Upcoming Online Programs

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Online 8-Week MBSR Program

Oct 9 to Dec 4, 2024 (Wednesday Evenings)

Online 8-Week MBSR Program

Winter 2025
MBSR Intensive Practice and Teaching (IPT)

February 8 to March 16, 2025

MBSR Intensive Practice and Teaching (IPT)

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Online 8-Week MBSR 2 Program: Deeper Mindfulness

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Online 8-Week MBSR 2 Program: Deeper Mindfulness

About the Centre

The Centre For Mindfulness Canada in North Vancouver was founded in 2015 by Dr. Kasim Al-Mashat–Registered Psychologist, public speaker, and meditation and yoga teacher.

The Centre is part of the Global Mindfulness Collaborative, which was formed in partnership with the Mindfulness Center at Brown University. It is recognized as one of the handful of world-leading institutions in mindfulness that exemplifies the standards for Mindfulness-based interventions through evidence-based research and experiential training and education.

The Centre is furthermore approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists.

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What is Mindfulness?

As human beings, we often find it challenging to stay in the present moment.

Our minds tend to either think about the past or future. Thoughts that enter our stream of thinking can be worrying, dwelling on negatives, planning, reflecting on memories, regrets, imaginary arguments and so on…

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