InStill Mindfulness is committed to cultivating a mindful world for all with kindness, compassion, and care, through education, action, and community.
We offer a range of services, including:
InSchools: We deliver an in-depth mindfulness training program for K-12 professionals. Our InSchools programming has been supported by the Hemera Foundation, Pure Edge, the Frederick P. Lenz Foundation, and through generous donations from people like you.
InSide: We are committed to serving all members of our community, and aim to provide mindfulness training opportunities in all areas of the justice system. We have just completed a pilot program with the Radford City Police, and with your support will begin offering it in other precincts soon.
InStill Mindfulness online community: Cultivate your own mindfulness-based experience in this community that offers a broad range of ways to engage, including guided practices, online gatherings, poetry, and much more. This community is free to join, so your support is essential to keep it going.
: All of you is welcome here. Our InSpire mindfulness communities meet regularly to mindfully share ideas, experiences, and practices. InSpireFind a community online or near you. InSpire meetings are free to attend, and we welcome your support to help us continue them.
InSupport: InSupport Mindfulness-Based Leadership is focused on the cultivation of mindfulness for leadership and improved relationships. We specialize in creating tailor-made solutions for any organization.
Our Core Principle
Connection—with heart, mind, self, synapses, nature, and community.
Gratitude: We value gratitude in our own lives, and offer it freely.
Self-care: We value self-care in our own lives, and aim to instill it in those around us.
Awareness: We value the development of our own awareness, and provide tools to help others develop it in themselves.
Redefine the mind: We value how mindfulness has changed our relationship with our mind, and foster it in others.
Simplicity: We value simplicity as an antidote to chaos.
Adaptability: We value adaptability, and welcome change rather than resist it.
Walk the Walk: We value authenticity, and only aim to ‘preach’ what we actually practice.
Acceptance: We value the equanimity gained through acceptance, and try to meet people where they are.