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This class will combine mindfulness and yoga to help you practice being present and deliberately aware of your thoughts, emotions, body sensations, and surroundings.

Learn to apply these insights to “enjoy the moments in life” more often and create a more balanced, peaceful life.

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Do you ever feel like your thoughts are racing a hundred miles a minute? Or that there’s just too much going on and you can’t find time to breathe? Feeling anxious and overwhelmed may even be affecting your work and relationships. If this sounds familiar, mindfulness-based practices may be for you.

Why Mindfulness?

The thoughts, feelings, and emotions that we experience every day have an effect on our reality. Making adjustments to those daily thoughts, feelings, and emotions can enhance the quality of our lives.

Mindfulness is one tool that can help you learn to recognize and understand your thought and feeling patterns, with the goal of creating new, more effective patterns by purposefully paying attention to the present moment, without judgment or evaluation, and simply noticing the experience as it happens.

Research shows that mindfulness contributes to higher levels of:

  • life satisfaction
  • self-esteem
  • vitality
  • and authenticity.

It has also been associated with lower levels of:

  • stress
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • and anger.

Why Yoga?

Research shows that when we incorporate mindfulness practice into our day-to-day activities, it can help rewire or reshape our brain and improve the quality of our life experiences. Incorporating mindfulness into our daily lives is a challenge that improves with practice. As with any skill, regular practice before and outside of competitive or performance events will improve the delivery of that skill when it counts. Yoga is a perfect place to practice.
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Yoga provides a reasonably controlled environment where you can gently experience sensations in your body during asana (yoga postures) while observing your breath and thoughts all at once. 

In practicing mindful yoga we:

  1. coordinate movement with the breath
  2. pay attention to the sensations in the body as we move
  3. feel the experience without  judgment or expectations, respecting our boundaries
  4. and notice thoughts as they occur and bring them back to breath and body.

We do this with self-compassion and kindness during each session.

According to Harvard Health Publishing of the Harvard School of Medicine, yoga and meditation have been shown to reduce your body’s stress response by strengthening your relaxation response and lowering stress hormones like cortisol. 

Researchers have also shown that yoga has many health benefits, including improving heart health and helping relieve depression and anxiety. 

Yoga is a low-cost and evidence-based therapy for stress reduction, better sleep and less pain without the side effects of typical medical interventions making it the perfect companion for your mindfulness practice.

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Practicing yoga properly requires the guidance of a qualified teacher. This class does not ask students to rush movements or push limits. We take things slow and gradually allow your body to adjust to new positions and stresses. There are many asanas, or postures and all of them can be modified to fit different body types. 

Classes are pre-recorded so you can take as long as you need to learn the movements and no previous yoga experience is needed.

A New Method

The Be Mindful, not Full Minded course introduces science-based methods for understanding, calming, and focusing your mind.

This course seamlessly integrates cutting edge science with the breadth of yogic body-mind principles for those who appreciate the rigor of scientific evidence as well as those more attuned to the broader, holistic approach.

Using this method, you will learn and practice the essential skills needed to effectively take you beyond coping and making do. These techniques help you to see the world differently; to grow, flourish, and live a more compassionate, fulfilled life.


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Being present in the moment and focusing your awareness on the here and now is empowering. It’s about embracing each moment of the day and not worrying about what tomorrow may bring.

In this course, you will understand the workings of the mind, how to integrate mindfulness into your daily life, and gain a deep understanding of the concepts. You will learn and practice exercises that enhance mindful awareness during everyday activities and apply these insights to create a more balanced life.

What You Will Learn

This series will help you practice being present and deliberately aware of our inner thoughts, feelings, and surroundings.

You will learn several mindfulness tools to help you to become aware of body sensations, and emotions and to relate to them with an open, non-judgmental attitude.

You’ll also get answers backed by science-based research to commonly asked questions like:

  • Why does being mindful help reduce the effect of negative thoughts?
  • What happens when I meditate?
  • Why should I become aware of the judgments I make?

Modules for this Class

Learn to focus your awareness on a specific experience and be fully present with your thoughts, actions, and emotions in each moment.

In this module, you will learn about the two most important building blocks of mindfulness: attention and the present moment.

At the heart of mindfulness is the cultivation of attention to the present moment. The most common reason why people fail to pay attention to the present moment is that they are occupied by thinking, often about the past or the future.

In this session, the role of thoughts and their relationship with the present moment are introduced.

Find out how to recognize automatic patterns in your behaviors so you can respond to situations purposefully and by choice versus reacting unconsciously.

The goal of this session is to clarify the relationship between mindfulness and automaticity.

In this module you will practice paying mindful attention to automatic reactions and routine patterns of thinking and behavior is a powerful way to decrease their impact and make room for choice.

Participants will experience the automatic nature of their thoughts and how these thoughts in turn automatically cause emotions to emerge.

Expand your view and creative thinking by learning to accept common judgments or labels (good or bad, hard or easy, etc.) as part of a larger story.

In this module, “open awareness” is introduced by addressing the evaluative nature of the mind.

While open awareness involves non-judgment, most of our daily awareness is clouded by countless judgments and evaluations.

Simply by becoming aware of our judgments, an important obstacle to open awareness is removed.

In this module, you will learn to experience the judgmental nature of the mind and learn about the problematic aspects of judgments.

Find peace and clarity by embracing life’s changes and unpredictability. Learn skills to help you allow experiences to take their natural course without avoiding or controlling them.

In this module, you will learn how mindfulness promotes an accepting stance towards our life experiences.

Rather than fighting or avoiding experiences, mindfulness requires a willingness to experience them.

Acceptance, however, is a complex and paradoxical construct.

This session will help clarify the essence of acceptance teach you how to apply acceptance to difficult emotions and by explaining the goal of acceptance.

Learn to set goals with a healthy balance between your current state and your desired future with an appreciation for the path you will take to achieve them.

An excessive focus on the future is perhaps one of the most common obstacles to mindful awareness.

The default mode for many people is a task-driven, doing mode, constantly focused on reaching goals and the future.

In this module, mindfulness is introduced as the key to finding a balance between being in the present moment and planning for the future.

Participants will experience the pitfalls of an excessive future focus and explore the benefits of a grateful relationship with the present moment.

Build skills that will help you be gentle and kind to yourself. Build skills that help you accept yourself, as you are, even when life isn’t going the way you want it to.

Rather than a self-compassionate attitude, many people suffer from a non-accepting and self-critical relationship with the self.

The nature of this relationship is perhaps most clearly reflected by the inner critic: an internal voice that criticizes the self.

In this module, participants get to know their inner critic and learn to cultivate a more friendly and caring relationship with the self. You will find ways to increase awareness of your inner critic with techniques to practice self-compassion through meditation and self-caring action.

Learn to strengthen your relationship with yourself and enjoy life without identifying who you are based on your job, possessions, or others in your life.

At the deepest level, mindfulness cultivates a different relationship with ourselves. 

In this module, you will develop the ability to observe and step back from your thoughts, including identity-related thoughts. This more objective stance creates room for a more dynamic version of yourself, the observer.

The ever-present observer is aware of the stories about the self, and it is thus by definition different from the stories themselves.

Several exercises allow you to experience the difference between the self as a story and the self as an observer.

Developing mindfulness is a multi-layered process. Combined, these modules provide you with a synergistic approach to achieving mindfulness in your daily life. This module focuses on combining all that you have learned into your own personalized plan for the future.

Mindfulness is multi-faceted and understanding how the different processes work together, can provide essential insight.

This module focuses on integrating the last 7 weeks of material, exercises, and skills.

You will learn how the7 key processes underlying mindfulness connect and create a personal plan for sustainably incorporating mindfulness in your daily lives.

Price: $895

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What You Get

You will get lifelong access and updates to:

  • Recordings of the Be Mindful, not Full Minded video course
  • 8 fifteen-minute mindful yoga practice videos (1 per week, 120 minutes total) 
  • 6 expert-guided mindfulness meditation audios
  • Printable workbook with practical exercises
  • Science-based handbook & implementation advice (PDF)
  • Recommended books, articles, movies & videos
  • Ask questions and get professional advice
  • Access to the class Q&A Forum. Share and learn from other people in the class.mindful
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Bonus #1:

8-weeks of daily emails (56 total) providing you with inspiration and clarity on your mindfulness journey. 

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Bonus #2:

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A guide – Mindfulness and Yoga Wisdom at Work (pdf). Get expert tips about practicing mindfulness and the eight limbs of yoga at work for a more productive, creative, and energizing professional environment.

Price: $895

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Our Promise to You

We want you to love the Overcome Chronic Pain with Neuroscience & Yoga class as much as we do. But we also want to make sure it’s right for you. We believe that gaining deserved trust is so much more valuable than a sale. So if you decide that this class isn’t right for you, simply tell us within two weeks of buying it, and we’ll be happy to refund 100% of your money.

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Price: $895

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Customer Support

We’ve designed this class to be ultra-user-friendly, but if you have any questions at all, our Customer Support Team will be delighted to help. They’re friendly, effective and made of 100% human.

Teri and her team are waiting to help you. Simply email

About the Teacher

With over 6 years of experience in teaching mindful yoga, Teri Petram (RYT-200) will guide you through this class. Teri has provided numerous training classes with individuals and at community centers, companies, healthcare facilities, schools, and agencies about yoga and mindfulness.

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This course is open to anyone interested in learning how to be mindful and how to relieve suffering, as well as those interested in extending compassion to others.

There are no ‘right or wrong’ personality types best matched to practicing Mindfulness.

Finding a mindfulness practice that you feel comfortable with and can integrate into daily life routines or habits is important, especially when time pressures, deadlines, and tight schedules are important. We encourage students to embrace their unique personality and blend it into their mindfulness practice.

  • All you need is time to listen to the material and implement the practices.
  • No previous knowledge about mindfulness, meditation or yoga experience is required.
  • No specific materials are needed for this course. 

No. Previous training or background in yoga is not essential in order to follow this class. We have a broad range of customers that include people from every walk of life.

A keen interest in health and wellness that is backed by science and integrates the whole-body (mind, body, and spirit) will provide a better foundation to build on during and after this training.

Yes. Upon purchasing this class, you will be taken to the online learning environment where you can start following the modules at your own pace.

There is no real substitute for getting to practice one-on-one with an experienced mindfulness teacher or therapist. However, taking an online course is a great way to get an introduction to the subject. It is also a sustainable way to continue your practice after working in-person with a teacher if one is available.

And, there are additional benefits:

  • No missed classes. If you’re not feeling well, simply do the class when you feel up to it. There are no time constraints. You can go completely at your own pace.
  • No travel or drive time. When you’re not feeling well, the last thing you want to do is get in a car and drive. These videos can be watched from the comfort of your home.
  • It doesn’t matter where you live; you have direct access to a yoga teacher and group of students who know exactly what you are going through. 

We have done everything we can to make the material easy to understand for people from many backgrounds, skill levels, and learning styles with a combination of auditory, visual, and experiential material.

For those with an open mind, willingness to explore new concepts in pain neuroscience, and apply them personally, the material can be easy to absorb and integrate.

For some people, this class may introduce a new perspective regarding pain. It may feel counter-intuitive and opposite to your current beliefs about pain. As a result, some people may consider this material intermediate to difficult.

As with most things in life, the learning experience is individual.

You will be provided with all the material you need to develop your mindfulness skills. You may apply all of it or parts, as you choose or deem necessary, for your specific situation. Because you have lifetime access, you can take as much time as you need to absorb, comprehend, and review the materials. 

There are no specific time frames or deadlines for completing this class. The learning environment and materials can be accessed online in your own time and completed at your own pace from the comfort of your own home or office.

Yes. This class and all of its contents are developed with both a scientific and practical background. An extensive science-based handbook is provided including all references and credits to the work of researchers in the field.

No. This is an online resource only. Upon purchase, you will receive full, lifetime access to the online learning environment including all the materials that you can download and watch, listen to, or print as you see fit.

No. Our sole focus for this class was to design material purely for personal development.

The price is in US dollars $ (USD).

This class contains 8 hours of video content including additional in-depth written material (and instructions). You can choose to follow all of the modules or complete only the ones relevant to your specific needs. Depending on how thoroughly you choose to study the content, the material provided in this masterclass will take approximately six weeks of part-time self-study.

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Price: $895

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