Rebecca Eldridge

When you dwell in stillness, the judging mind can come through like a foghorn. 'I don't like the pain in my knee...This is boring...I like this feeling of stillness; I had a good meditation yesterday, but today I'm having a bad meditation...It's not working for me. I'm no good at this. I'm no good, period...' This type of thinking dominates the mind and weighs it down. It's like carrying around a suitcase full of rocks on your head. It feels good to put it down. Imagine how it might feel to suspend all your judging and instead to let each moment be just as it is, without attempting to evaluate it as 'good' or 'bad.' This would be a true stillness, a true liberation. Meditation means cultivating a non-judging attitude toward what comes up in the mind, come what may.

-Jon Kabat-Zinn
Mindfulness: the state of settled mind and body; a practice of living in the moment as it is, without judgment; a mind-body process for cultivating gentle self-awareness that can lead to more peace and less physical and emotional pain.
Rebecca offers 2 courses in mindfulness:

Introduction to Mindfulness: a basic overview of mindfulness (3 weekly sessions, 1.5 hours each)

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR): an 8-week intensive training in mindfulness modeled on the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical School (8 weekly sessions, 2.5 hours each, and a half-day retreat)

She also offers individual mindfulness sessions, and is available for speaking engagements, as well as mindfulness workshops.