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MassBliss Mindfulness Laboratory

What we do

MassBliss cultivates mindfulness and self-awareness skills through events, inspiring content, and in-depth training. Mindfulness is a tool that people can utilize across their personal, professional, and playful lives. Ultimately, MassBliss helps people live life to the fullest extent.

 

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MassBliss has a large community of mindfulness professionals who can help you inspire, elevate, and integrate your event or organization. Click the link below to learn about our Mindfulness Training. Choose from one of our two offerings or work with us to create a program that is personalized for your needs.

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Top 5 reasons you should go to the MassBliss 2015 Arts and Awareness Experience

Top 5 reasons you should go to the MassBliss 2015 Arts and Awareness Experience

#1 – The Talent MassBliss 2015 is hosting some of the most talented musicians, yoga teachers, meditation experts, and theater companies in New York City and New England. MassBliss 2015 Line-up Jon Batiste and Stay Human · Bread and Puppet · One Year Lease · Peace Poets · Javelin · Debo Band · Brooklyn Raga Massive · Yogaslackers · Chrissy Carter · …

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Is Yoga Universal?

Is Yoga Universal?

Sitting outside a café in Brooklyn, NY with friends (fellow yoga teachers) watching people pass by with yoga mats slung over shoulders, as we sip artisanal coffee we know that yoga is everywhere. In advertising, conversation, fashion, music, mainstream media, and even schools. So the question is no longer about yoga being universal and available but the focus shifts into …

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Get your hands off my Mindfulness

Get your hands off my Mindfulness

Mindfulness is trending and amidst the noise the simplicity and universality of this powerful practice is being lost. At its core, mindfulness and present moment awareness is simple. So simple, it is easy to lose its intention and get wrapped up in all kinds of words and thoughts about what it is. Especially when we spend so much time in our heads. So …

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Definition of a Kiss

Definition of a Kiss

This is an awesome find I came across over the weekend. It also is in line with my post a few weeks ago Reduce. Recycle. Reuse… Make a Table. Last week, Julie and I went for a hike on Pleasant Mountain (pictures below) and on our way home we passed a yard full of furniture and random household items with a sign …

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This is me on stress! This is one way I deal.

This is me on stress! This is one way I deal.

When I am stressed a walk in the woods always quiets my mind and makes me feel more present. My work is to remember this simple truth when the shit hits the fan. I love the smell of the forest and taking deep breathes of the crisp, fresh air. The air feels light and dances past my nose. The sounds of the …

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100% Whole Grain Mushroom Pizza Recipe

100% Whole Grain Mushroom Pizza Recipe

I am sharing this recipe because cooking is one of my favorite creative outlets that keeps me grounded in presence and I was so surprised how easy it was to make delicious homemade pizza. Also, I should mention that I just realized that I can’t spell recipe on the first try so you may feel differently about my opinion. This recipe is an …

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Reduce. Recycle. Reuse. and Make a Table

Reduce. Recycle. Reuse. and Make a Table

In 2013 I hiked 700 miles of the Appalachian Trail trail and the entire length of the Long Trail with my dog Mabel. During that same year Mabel was treated for cancer, I partnered up with Andrew to build MassBliss, and met my now girlfriend and partner Julie A.K.A. Sherpa. 2014 was an equally amazing year as I moved to Massachusetts, MassBliss kicked off Breathing …

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MassBliss 2015 lands July 10-12!

MassBliss 2015 lands July 10-12!

The goal of MassBliss 2015 is to have a lot of fun and learn something about how to be more present along the way. There is not one answer or single way to be present—so we create immersive experiences that provide many entry points to presence and passion in a way that resonates uniquely with each individual. The cumulative effect …

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Celebrating The Nation

Celebrating The Nation

I wanted to share about two stories I encountered this morning online. The first I found when I tuned into one of my favorite news sources Democracy Now and learned that it is the 150th anniversary of The Nation, a magazine started by abolitionists first published on July 6th, 1865 shortly after the end of the civil war. The Nation was home profound writers such …

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Unpacking the Moment

Unpacking the Moment

  It’s Columbus Day. Ebola reminds me of his gifts to our indigenous peoples. It’s gotten hot yet they say to expect lots of snow. Lucky the markets have rebounded since the crash. Bills are due. Jobs are up. Approval is down. Journalists are beheaded, tear gassed and told to turn the light off as if its time for bed. …

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