Introduction to Mindfulness

This free 45-60 minute introduction to mindfulness, formerly called Mindfulness on the Spot, can be taken as a single class or in a series. Presently, it is available online and in person by request. This is an excellent way to emphasize the importance of wellness and to support a healthy work environment.

If you are interested in bringing this program to your work group, send an email request to Preferred EAP at

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Coming 2024 – NEW Introduction to Mindfulness Classes

Four Introduction to Mindfulness workshops are coming in 2024. There will be different thematic elements to each workshop.

Introduction to Mindful Eating

Mindful eating is a practice in which you can rediscover the joy of eating for nourishment and pleasure. When you are aware of your habits of eating, you can more easily honor your health, hunger and fullness. In this one-hour interactive class, you will learn about what mindfulness is and how it can be applied to eating. Mindful eating can restore a positive relationship to food and eating.

Introduction to Mindfulness in the Workplace

In this one-hour introduction, you will learn simple methods to practice mindfulness at home and in the workplace. In this interactive class, you will learn to integrate moments of mindfulness throughout your day. You will gain simple but powerful tools to return your attention to the present moment with curiosity. These mindful moments enable you to wake up to your life and live more fully.

Introduction to Mindful Communication

In this one-hour introduction, you will practice mindfulness and explore how mindfulness impacts communication. You will understand how, with mindfulness, you can become a good listener to yourself and others. We can recognize “signals” when ease is present between us and when it is disrupted. This will give us clues about how to foster safety in relation to others, a fundamental building block of mindful communication.

Introduction to Mindful Self-Compassion

Self-compassion is the practice of offering yourself kindness and care during moments of stress. It is an innate human capacity which many of us have not developed. Self-compassion is an important building block of resilience. In this one-hour introduction, you will practice mindfulness and explore its connection to self-compassion.

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To learn more about our programs, call Preferred EAP at 610-433-8550 or 1-800-327-8878 or email

Support Our Work

The LVHN Center for Mindfulness benefits from generous donations so we can continue offering mindfulness to our colleagues and community. Funds go toward new programs, teacher training and scholarships to support those who need assistance with enrollment costs. We encourage you to donate.

Mindfulness Development Fund