Into Balance is a wellbeing community helping people find peace and confidence in a frantic world by employing principles and practices of mindfulness, meditation, movement, cognitive-behavioral counseling, and other complementary approaches. Come, with us...
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
Into Balance is a wellbeing community helping people find peace and confidence in a frantic world by applying principles and practices of meditation, movement, cognitive-behavioral counseling, and other complementary approaches. Come, with us...
Into Balance is growing and moving! As of October 1, 2018, Into Balance has moved to our new location at 1620 S 70th Street, Suite 105 (Lincoln, NE 68506) in the Lincolnshire Office Park. We’re looking forward to seeing you here soon.
The free group mindfulness meditations on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month will be paused beginning in January 2019 in order to determine in what form and on what days and times these will be best received by and of most use to the community. If you have suggestions, we’d be happy to hear them. Just click or tap the envelope icon in the upper right corner of this page to send us a note.
The Lincoln Sangha, a meditation group based in the westernized Zen tradition founded by Thich Nhat Hanh, meets weekly at Into Balance. The Sangha meets every Sunday morning at 10:30 AM for sitting meditation (silent and guided), walking meditation, learning, and friendship. The Sangha is an open group that welcomes all. Use the contact form (envelope icon at the top right of this page) if you have any questions.
Weekly gatherings follow this format (people are welcome to come and go throughout the morning as they choose):
Formal Practice- 10:30-11:25 AM (brief check-in, sit/walk/sit)
Weekly Rotation- 11:30-noon (discussion may continue until 12:30 PM).
FEB 3- Recitation of the Five Mindfulness Trainings and Tea Ceremony
FEB 10 - Sharing Sunday (bring poetry, music, readings, personal practice stories, etc)
FEB 17 - Special Speaker/topic - TBA
FEB 24 - Reading and Discussion- (from a book by Thich Nhat Hanh)
If you are a healthcare, human services, or wellbeing professional; If you would like to join a group of multidisciplinary health and well-being providers in a professional, compassionate practice that emphasizes community building among its practitioners, with its clients, and with the greater community, in service to those practitioners, clients and the community; If you would like to join an organization that is grounded in mindfulness principles and practices or if you are simply curious about what a practice like this could look like; Please contact me at Into Balance by clicking/tapping the envelope icon in the upper right of this page to send me a message. We have space to add 1 or 2 counselors, social workers, psychologists, psychiatric and primary care nurse practitioners, registered dietitians, or fitness instructors (Yoga, Tai Chi, fitness trainers, etc.). If your discipline is not listed here and you believe you can make a case for how it would fit well with this concept, I’m happy to speak with you about it. I’m looking forward to hearing from you and working together to integrate your practice with our well-being community. With peace, - Drew