Meet Dr. Rochelle Calvert

Dr. Calvert has studied mindfulness for over 10 years, and leads classes/seminars in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness for Clinicians, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Mindfulness Based Eating and Mindful Parenting.

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Latest Information From New Mindful Life

April NEWSLETTER: New Mindful News ~Awaken the Senses~

New Mindful News: April 2016 Greetings, Mindful Community! ~Our Monthly Theme: Awakening the Senses ~  This time of year it seems everything is sparkling with aliveness. Spring-time is the shift in the year when things are awakening from hibernation and rest, moving into a time of growth and liveliness.In our mindfulness practice we can cultivate […]

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March NEWSLETTER: New Mindful News

  New Mindful News: March 2016 Greetings, Mindful Community! ~Our Monthly Theme: Impermanence & Change ~ Impermanence is a truth of our existence. Everything is constantly changing. When we can begin to see this is true in our experiences both inwardly and outwardly in the world we can begin to invite in the change, instead of resist […]

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Blog: From “Love Poem” by Thay, chosen by Dr. Rochelle Calvert PHD BCBA

From “Love Poem” by Thay Your eyes are made of the six elements — earth, water, fire, air, space, and consciousness. They are made of these only, but they are beautiful. Should I make them mine? Should I try to make them last for a long time? Should I try to record them? But I […]

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Blog: Change, a post by Alisha Chapin MA

Change by Alisha Chapin MA Have you noticed that the ocean holds everything without holding onto anything?  This is a proper way to hold the changes that occur.  Holding our breath does not work long term, and you can’t only inhale and refuse to exhale.  Everything comes and goes.  In stillness there is still breath.  In […]

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