Sacred Treehouse is a meditation and education center dedicated to helping you discover the peaceful strength needed to face life’s challenges, big and small. Here, you will find a calm sanctuary from the frenzied world of materialism, superficiality and infinite demands. Our mission is to awaken your spirit and give you the tools to live a more complete and meaningful life.
Give the Gift of Presence!
Being ‘fully present’ and mindful with the ones you love during the holiday season is fart greater than any material gift you can give (or receive!) If you have a mindfulness practice in place, you can utilize all your tools to spread kindness and ‘gift’ your loving presence.
Here are some tips to make your experience more meaningful:
- Put away your phone and give your undivided attention
- Make eye contact
- Practice non-judgement
- Listen to understand, a response is not always necessary
Enjoy this brief meditation to help you embody a loving presence:
Join Dr. Shutt for meditation on Tuesdays at Sacred Treehouse. (Newcomers, please call (561) 278-6033 to register)
Winter MBSR begins January 23, 2018
Whether you want to reduce your pain or anxiety, or would like to improve you overall well-being, the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program at Sacred Treehouse will help you live a more joyous and peaceful life. Your doctor may have already recommended MBSR if you are suffering from chronic pain, anxiety, depression, stress, fatigue, heart disease or cancer. Moderated by Dr. Patty Shutt, our 8-week program will held on Tuesdays beginning January 23, 2018. Call for more information, or register online.
Mindful Path to Self-Compassion
Workshop with Dr. Patty Shutt
Begins January 24, 2018
Sacred Treehouse Announces SAFE Yoga (TM) Teacher Training
SAFE YOGA is yoga for every body. Developed at Sacred Treehouse by Alyana Ramirez, E-RYT-200 and Anni Johnston, LMHC, BC-DMT, CEDS, CYT, SAFE YOGA is a direct response to the growing need to identify and develop yoga teachers that are sensitive to students’ unique needs, some of which may not be immediately visible. While more medical professionals and psychotherapists recommend yoga as part of a comprehensive wellness plan, many patients can be physically hurt or emotionally triggered by classes that promote a distorted body-image, offer inappropriate nutrition or lifestyle advice, or push their students past their current limits. SAFE YOGA, a Sensitive Approach For Everyone, trains yoga teachers to create an environment suitable for everyone – inclusive of all levels of practitioners, all body shapes and sizes, and people with a history of emotional trauma or eating disorders.
For those interested in becoming SAFE YOGA Certified, teacher training will be held on throughout the new year. Call (561) 278-6033 for more information. Classes can qualify as Continuing Education through Yoga Alliance.