Meditation and Healing Support
Journey into Meditation with Mindful Chai
Connect with Mindful Chai and book a session, I am so pleased to offer you healing via skype lesson, anywhere in the world.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness refers to a natural human capacity for non-judging, present-moment centered awareness. Mindfulness arises simply by paying attention on purpose in a non-judging and accepting way. Masters of mindfulness techniques use the practice to experience arising both inside and outside of one’s body. Everyone has the capacity for mindfulness, but there are definitely “skills” that can be practiced, through meditation, to strengthen one’s mindfulness, and to make it more available in the challenging or stressful moments of daily life.
We cultivate mindfulness together by practicing different meditation methods, focusing our attention on the varied sensations of breathing, of the subtle vibrations of energy and systems within the organs of the body, and on the intricate experience of eating. People develop the skills of steady attention and non-judging awareness and learn more about their “natural mindfulness” through training. Mindfulness training is designed to teach participants how to integrate and apply the tools of fine-tuned attention in their everyday lives and to integrate a peaceful response to the range of challenges arising from medical and psychological conditions and life stresses.
Mindfulness is Kindfulness
Reduce stress, still your mind & relax your body.
Develop skills to assist with depression and anxiety.
Manage life/relationship/career transitions more effectively.
Develop your intuition and learn to listen to your inner intelligence.
Re-awaken to the wonder and beauty of the present moment.
Reconnect with yourself and others in an authentic way.
Discover and nurture your inherent creativity.
Learn to embrace and grow through, difficult/challenging times.
Eat, breathe, and walk with affectionate attention to self.
Learn to incorporate formal and informal practices into your everyday life.
Meditation has been proven to help reduce pain and the multi-sensory physical effects of stress on your eco-system, and helps you to connect to your own true nature and gain insight, self-realization and wisdom. Choose between Guided Imagery, Calm Abiding and Mindfulness practices.
Mentoring Meditation and Mindfulness Programs Available Worldwide via telephone/e-mail/ skype/instant message (Group rates available)
Kimberly LaRue, founder of Mindful Chai, is a multi-faceted healer, teacher and speaker. Kimberly’s compassionate abilities acquired over 30 years of training in mindfulness and healing arts create connection with the innate wisdom of the body. Her passion is to foster awareness, clear embedded physical, energetic and mental patterns and impart techniques and practices that expand mind/body integration. Loving-Kindness is the seed intention for growth. Kimberly lovingly holds the space for those who want to learn how to be more compassionate and radiate joy for more peace in this world.
- CranioSacral (CST) and massage therapy
- Hatha Yoga
- Mindfulness Meditation
- Guided Visualization
- Professional Biography and Credentials
Kimberly is a graduate of the Upledger Institute from which she has received advanced CST training credentials and works as a teacher’s assistant. Her expertise enables her to assist everyone from children to older adults as well as women during pregnancy. This gentle, hands-on method is especially effective for those dealing with cancer, nervous system and immune disorders. She is also trained in herbalism and aromatherapy, certified in Tibetan Sound Healing and has trained with Donna Eden in Energy Medicine for Women and Advanced Energy Medicine.and attending rigorous Buddhist practices.
Kimberly teaches an 8 week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program based on University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Stress Reduction Clinic. MBSR is a relatively new field within behavioral medicine and mainstream health care developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn and his colleagues and there is a great deal of medical research on its benefits for the wellbeing of individuals. She is a graduate of 2 MBSR professional training programs under the direction of Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn and Dr. Saki Santorelli, and continued her studies with senior staff at the Center for Mindfulness at The University of Massachusetts Medical School.