Theresa Hubbard’s reputation as a speaker and facilitator is built on her ability to explore topics with authenticity, warmth, and humor. She is able to both inspire audiences and leave them with actionable change strategies.
Theresa speaks to groups including graduates, hospice workers, clergy, engineers, mental health professionals, teachers, the serious and chronically ill on various topics such as mindfulness, compassion, connection, community, leadership, grief, neurofeedback, hypnotherapy, and self-care.
Mindfulness Retreat – This holistic retreat is the opportunity to connect more deeply with yourself and the world around you. You will leave having experienced various mindful techniques, connecting with the ones that speak to your whole self. Once we experience that connection we are more likely to continue our mindfulness practice as we return to our daily life. We will expose you to the teachings of well-respected researchers, authors and practitioners – Jon Kabat-Zinn, Jack Kornfield, Dan Siegel, Pema Chodron, Rick Hanson, and Steve Porges.
Theresa’s background, training, and clinical experience combine to focus my attention on individual emotional health and strengthening relationships. Together, you will explore your connection to yourself and to others. With Theresa’s guidance you will become more aware of your self as we engage in different types of mindfulness activities (both indoor and outdoor, so bring warm clothes!). She is currently completing the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction training to continue to expand her mindfulness resources.
You will learn a deeper way of holding the big picture of your experience while maintaining focused attention. You will learn about shock and how it undermines our belief that we can be mindful. With Theresa’s guidance you will discuss and experience how being mindful affects every area of our life, including the success of our relationships. You will also explore and learn about neuroplasticity. The retreat features opportunities for loving-kindness and compassion meditations. The retreat provides for periods of silence, in addition to periods of mindfulness work and sharing in the group setting.