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who we serve

We bring our programs to businesses, organizations, and individuals to share experiences in mindfulness and movement with people from all walks of life. Together, we wake up to live in awareness to improve overall well-being, reduce any physical or mental stress, and adopt healthy active lifestyles.


We facilitate wellness programs to promote a healthy culture in the workplace and make work-life balance possible.


We go to schools and universities to enhance education, help reduce stress, and support academic achievement.


We serve healthcare facilities to support healthcare professionals or patients and foster greater care.


We coach athletes, with tailored programs, to enhance performance and sustain, or prevent, sports injury rehabilitation.

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what we do

 We provide inventive programs integrating Mindfulness or Movement solely, or combining a fusion of both.  We can custom-design the content, duration and even location of any outreach initiatives to best suit the needs of your environment and create unique lifetime experiences.

Why Our Programs

Our programs have been thoughtfully designed with the educational aim to advance knowledge, develop abilities, and further skills to provide individuals conscious ways to sustain their health. 

  • Knowledge: We deliver guided experiences of mindfulness and movement, via an integrative approach geared towards every type of learner. The objective is to advance explicit and tacit knowledge in the practice and integration of mindfulness and movement into every aspect of daily life.
  • Abilities: When we live with the intention to be fully engaged into experiencing the present, we can tap into our innate abilities at any given moment. So, experiential learning is a key component to any program at the institute. We practice, we experiment, we play, we glow. Whoops! We meant: grow (with the possible added bonus to glow, too!)
  • Skills: Each of our programs has the common goal to meet the Vision of the Institute, to foster mind-body awareness in light of the existing and ever-changing conditions of human nature, and to provide lifelong skills so that we can all live healthy active lifestyles and diffuse well-being into society.

What Is Unique

Each program with the Institute is unique, being reflective to living with the conditions forming in the present moment based on what, where, and who is creating the experience.

  • Customization: We meet in groups or one-on-one. We custom-design outreach initiatives of your choice, as multiple-session programs and one-time events.
  • Location: We are mobile and versatile. We meet you where you are, in any setting where you'd like to experience mindfulness and movement, whether it is indoors, or even outdoors.
  • Inclusion: We work with individuals from all walks of life, ages and conditions including professional athletes and people with mobility impairments or disabilities.

some past collaborations

Along the journey of sharing Mindfulness and Movement Experiences here and there, now and then, we met with small and large groups of individuals from all backgrounds and conditions. We traveled to renowned and unheard of locations for professional conferences and health events. 

Not one initiative is alike. With Integrative Mindfulness and Movement, we are living in the present moment first and foremost.  Each of these past events stands out in our minds and hearts as moments of delights and surprises. We are grateful for the opportunities we are being given to provide ways to sustain health to all society and we would like to extend our thanks to these handful of recent events we hosted or were invited to. 

  • ACDA New England Conference – American College Dance Association: "Dance for Every Body: Inclusion in Education and Performance"
  • Boston University: "Stress Buster Day"
  • Corporate Workshop: "A Mind-Body Package for The Office Worker"
  • Corporate Workshop: "Working Group on Support Staff Issues: Fitness-On-The-Go"
  • Mindfulness Program: "Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program", also known as the "8-week MSBR Course"
  • MIT: "Day of Action: Social Emergency Response Center for Healing in Multiple Ways"
  • MIT: "Women's Gender Studies Program's Health & Wellness Conference, Mindful Movement"
  • Northeastern University: "Alumni Event: Huskies Fitness, Pilates and Barre"
  • Pop-Up Workshop: "Pilates and Movement Fundamentals I, II, III"
  • Pop-Up Workshop: "Destress, Unwind and Refocus"
  • Pop-Up Workshop: "Movements for Kids"
  • WBUR: "Wellness Initiative in the Workplace"

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