Recognizing the present moment as your greatest resource.

No doubt about it: Mindfulness is a hot topic these days. In fact, it may have become a bit of a fad. But unlike most fads, Mindfulness (like Hypnotherapy) has been scientifically studied for decades, and is now medically accepted as a powerful tool to help:

  • Reduce toxic stress
  • Lower blood pressure and risk of stroke
  • Maintain heart health
  • Reduce anxiety and depression

Proven mindfulness techniques (which go far beyond meditation) can also help you improve emotional intelligence, make your relationships better, and achieve important goals.

Mindfulness is different from Hypnotherapy in some ways, and similar in others. Both disciplines rely on reaching states of deep relaxation. But Mindfulness offers a wide variety of techniques you can practice on your own, anywhere. Its level of effectiveness increases with understanding and commitment.

Linda studied mindfulness at the world-renowned University of Massachusetts Medical School Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care and Society. For more than 10 years, she has helped organizations and individuals adopt mindfulness techniques for healthier lives and enhanced performance.

To learn more about Linda’s Mindfulness programs call 425-270-5967 with questions or to schedule an appointment.