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WHY ML4L?

Mindful Living 4 Life offers one-on-one and shared learning experiences that promote and preserve mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being through a
systematic mindfulness, meditation, and movement (action) approach.

ML4L PROJECTS

Mindfulness in Education, Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning
Mindfulness in Living Color, Enhanced Training for Artists, and Athletes
Mindfulness in Wellness, Mental and Physical Alignment for Ages 40+
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*Contact us at 443-204-4546 or mindfulliving4life@gmail.com for more information about Mindfulness in Living Color, Mindfulness in Education, and Mindfulness in Wellness.

Yoga Class

Mindfulness Practices in

WELLNESS

Mind-Body Classes and Trainings

      AIM: PRESERVING YOUR MENTAL, PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING.     

The purpose of the contemplative mind-body wellness workshop is to provide individuals and communities simple ways of centering and balancing the mind, body and emotions using mindfulness, meditation and movement. Peace is in the Pause!

 

“When individuals are mentally healthy, they care able to realize their own abilities, cope with the normal stresses of life, works productively, and make positive contributions to their community.” World Health Organization.

For more information:

Contact with Dr. Vanessa Lorraine 

WELLNESS

Mindfulness Practices in

LIVING COLOR

Daring Artists Making Noise (DAMN)

  AIM: YOUNG AND SEASONED ARTISTS EXPLORE A DEEPER MEANING OF THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN THEIR CRAFT AND ADVOCACY WORK. 

The purpose of contemplative practices in living color is to create a daring artists making noise (DAMN) public dance-theatre learning experience to bring awareness of basic human rights issues impacting diverse communities.

 

“Pride…is the freedom to express oneself… to walk in the street without being afraid of being judged.” Jeremie Safari, LGBTQ Activist

For more information:

Contact with Dr. Vanessa Lorraine 

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LIVING COLOR
Kids Running

Mindfulness Practices in

EDUCATION

Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning

  AIM: BREAK DOWN CULTURAL BARRIERS AND PROVIDE A SAFE  SPACE FOR ALL LEARNERS.  

The purpose of contemplative practices in education is to provide evidence-based actions for co-creating a culturally responsive teaching and learning experience and environment that embrace and elevate all students regardless of cultural differences.

 

“When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up. You have to say within; you have to do something.”  John Lewis, African American politician and civil rights activist

For more information:

Contact with Dr. Vanessa Lorraine 

EDUCATON
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