Why Awaken Is Right For You
Our Mindful Connections™ curricula, and all programs we deliver, are grounded in the latest scientific studies on the efficacy of mindfulness and meditation training. As we continually measure the effectiveness of our programming, our aim is to use this growing evidence base to design practical, supportive programs that can benefit individuals and, consequently, the entire community.
We Are Experts in Mindfulness Science That Provides the Benefits You’re Looking For
At Awaken Pittsburgh, our proprietary approach is firmly rooted in current research and scientific literature. We find that the impact of mindfulness practice reported by our participants and unearthed through our own studies consistently aligns with the findings of institutions we follow and trust.
A few of the primary benefits include:
Decreased Emotional Reactivity
Less Burnout & Compassion Fatigue
While personal experience is key to discovering the value of mindfulness for you, we encourage those interested to explore the documented effects practice has on the well-being of individuals and communities.
Inspired by mounting neuroscientific research that mindfulness training can reduce stress and increase well-being, we customize Mindful Connections™ programming for a range of audiences.
We work with educators, social workers, therapists, helping professionals and others in high-stress positions, with an emphasis on those under-represented in mindfulness circles. Awaken Pittsburgh’s curriculum reflects current protocols and methodologies. We also contribute to the growing body of mindfulness through comprehensive program research, evaluation, and reporting.
We Offer Mindfulness Training For Individuals and Groups
We believe mindfulness can be transformative for individuals and groups alike! It is a skill that can benefit just about anyone, whether you’re looking for relief from stress or agitation, seeking tools for personal growth, or wanting to connect with others in a more genuine and thoughtful way.
Ready to take the first step?