So, you've participated in the first 3-hour workshop. Congrats! If you're here, it means you're interested in going deeper. This Part 2 workshop builds on the foundation that we built together in Part 1, and specifically, will focus on the following key areas:

  • 7 Attitudinal Factors of Mindfulness
  • Learn the Breath-Body-Sound Technique
  • Finger tapping concentration exercise to stop rumination​
  • How to develop deeper relaxation in your meditation and life
  • Mindful communication exercises to connect with others on deeper levels
  • Specific strategies to shift your mind and body from "5th Gear" to "Neutral"
  • 3-Minute Breathing Strategy to use when stressed and emotionally hijacked
  • Loving-Kindness Meditation and why it leads to more positive emotion than mindfulness

This workshop is specifically designed to give you key strategies to implement mindfulness into your life in practical, useful and meaningful ways. We will go deeper into the theory of mindfulness, sure, and you'll get an opportunity to practice longer mindfulness meditations, but a large chunk of this workshop will be devoted to the specific ways you can bring mindfulness to the most widely cited "pain points" people describe to me. Are you ready to go deeper?


Upcoming Workshop

Holiday Inn Plainview
215 Sunnyside Blvd, Plainview NY 11803

Sunday, January 28th
2:00pm-5:00pm


About Cory Muscara

Cory is the founder of the Long Island Center for Mindfulness. He has extensive professional training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindful Schools, Search Inside Yourself, and Breathworks Chronic Pain, and in 2012 spent six months in silent meditation living as a Buddhist monk in Burma. He is a certified hatha yoga instructor and an Integrative Health Coach trained through Duke Integrative Medicine.

Cory currently serves as faculty at Columbia Teachers College where he teaches mindfulness to school leaders and principals, and is an assistant instructor for the Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) at the University of Pennsylvania. He has lectured and taught mindfulness for a number of Fortune 500 Companies such as Prudential, Travelers, Johnson & Johnson, and Colgate; Universities such as NYU, Wharton Business School, Columbia and Dartmouth; and many different schools and hospitals. Cory regularly appears on the Dr. Oz show as a guest expert in the topic of mindfulness meditation.

"Cory Muscara is one of the nation's leading experts in mindfulness meditation.”
-Dr. Oz