The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program is a world-renowned program created in 1979 by MIT Professor of Medicine Emeritus, Jon Kabat-Zinn for the Stress Reduction Clinic at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR has become the global model for educating in Mind/Body and Participatory Medicine, offering practices for integrating and applying mindfulness to everyday activities and challenges that arise from stress, medical and psychological conditions. The program’s foundation incorporates teachings in neuroscience, psychology and Eastern philosophical practices of mindfulness meditation and Hatha yoga. Over 20,000 people have attended the program with a 91% completion rate.
Mindfulness & Hatha Yoga