Mindfulness and Compassion for All


Maxine Swisa

Sample Topics:

B.R.E.A.T.H.E. to Understand

(Breathe, Reflect, Empathize, Accept, Thank, Hearten, Engage)
This comprehensive course focuses on mindfulness, stress-reduction, compassion, understanding, and community building through individual and group experiential and reflective activities.

Relaxation and Stress Reduction
Participants learn practical techniques to relax and reduce stress through breath work, visualization, and movement.

Leadership Training
This hands-on course focuses on developing the skills that transform a good manager into a great leader. Learn new approaches to effectively communicate with co-workers and understand the essential components to effective, successful leadership.

Active Listening and Enhanced Communication Skills
Participants learn how to actively listen and communicate clearly, resulting in mutual understanding based on non-judgment and acceptance.

Every human being has challenges and moments of struggle in their lives. When we begin to understand this as part of the "human condition" and our interconnectedness with each other, we are able to feel more empathy toward others and treat each other with greater compassion.This workshop focuses on the use of language that fosters more compassionate communication in relationships, both personally and professionally.

The Pursuit of Happiness
A series of exercises that are designed to promote greater well-being by emphasizing gratitude and positive thinking.

Maxine Swisa


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Incorporating mindfulness and awareness into our daily lives is a gift to ourselves and those around us. Here are some courses that are also listed on the SERVICES page that address this. In addition, I have a included a relaxation recording. Enjoy!

These courses are samples in order to give you an idea of the variety of options available. All courses may be customized to suit your unique needs.

Jonathan Kabat-Zinn defines mindfulness as "paying attention in a particular way; on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally."