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Incorporating Wall Space into a Mindful Practice

DURATION: 30 mins

Originally Aired: THURSDAYS JUNE: 10, 17, 24 at 8:30AM PST / 11:30AM EST

Anne Contreras


From opening the body to stabilizing a pose, there are many ways the wall can be a great support for Mindful Movement. It allows for exploration and deepening of poses and the best part, everyone has a wall at home! Join us for a 3-part series to learn how to reset your body at the wall.

Anne Contreras

Director of Programs & National Trainer

Anne Contreras, MACP, MFTi is Director of Programs and national trainer  for Pure Edge, Inc. whose work centers around supporting administrators, educators and students with self-regulation tools to equip them in dealing with the many stressors that can be part of our public education system.

She holds a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Sofia University, formerly known as the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations (focus area: global development in South & SE Asia) from San Francisco State University.

She is certified in both Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Advanced Group Therapy Process and has practiced yoga for over 20 years and meditation for over a decade.  She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in International Psychology with a Trauma Services Concentration. She was born and raised in San Francisco and currently lives in the South Bay.

"I believe in everyone's ability to be "present" and gain awareness which takes slowing down. In that alone, what we do when we train others to simply take a "breath" begins the process..."