We provide One to One sessions, Corporate Programs, and Training Workshops for Schools and Individuals in Mindfulness meditation. All of our programs are interactive and have been designed with compassion and kindness. Our Corporate Training and School Training Program durations vary—from half day to a full day program depending on the needs of our clients. [...]
Quanta Mind Holistic Wellness does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Any information published on this website or by Quanta Mind is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Our courses are not a substitute or replacement of therapist or medical treatment. We acknowledge the importance of medical care therefore you should not [...]
If it comes easy to you then you are encouraged to put into action the tools you learn on a daily basis. You’ll get out of this course what you put into it. The good news is that the curriculum is designed to be easily implementable and to meet you where you are regardless of [...]
The 6-week online introductory course is not recorded. Please join the program only if you can commit 2 hours a day-once per week for 6 weeks. The course is designed in a way that if the participants feel comfortable then they are encouraged to share their personal experiences and insights. To ensure the privacy of [...]
Yes, the program is live. Each week there will be teaching, meditation practice, group sharing and participants will have an opportunity to ask questions related to their practice.
The course is 6-weeks long. There will be a 120 Minutes class each week. The duration of our mindfulness retreats varies.
Mindfulness is the ability to be present and be aware of our here and now moments in life. It is easy to learn how to be mindful however it requires daily practice and consistency to be able to stay mindful in every aspect of life. With everything in life, a little bit of patience and lots [...]
In his book Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation, Dan Siegel describes nine benefits to the brain and nervous system that can result through the practice of Mindfulness Meditation : Gaining Awareness of our morals Achieving Heightened Intuition Cultivating more understanding Being flexible in our responses Regulating the body Creating Empathy Attuning to others Soothing fears Balancing [...]
Mindfulness has its roots in the 2600-year-old tradition of Buddhism. According to the research available on the beginning of mindfulness, it is important to note that some researchers argue that the history of mindfulness should not be reduced to Buddhism, as it also has roots in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (Trousselard et al., 2014). [...]
Mindfulness is a way of life. You do not have to follow a particular tradition or religion or to adopt the practice.