The Mindful Bug offers online meditation and resources about mindfulness meditation.
We teach science-based mindfulness practices in a simple and effective way.
Our goal is for you to improve your life using mindfulness: gain clarity, focus, calm and compassion, and spread that into the world!
Mindfulness means paying attention to present moment experiences with openness, curiosity and without judgement.
Mindfulness can help you act with clarity and calm, instead of simply reacting emotionally to what is going on in your life, and in the world. Instead of shutting down and freezing when things get rough and overwhelming, you will have the tools to take care of your emotions, relax your body, find compassion and take the necessary action.
One of the best ways to practice and learn mindfulness is through the practice of meditation.
Even a few minutes of meditation can help ground you in the present moment, which research has shown helps reduce stress. So, whether you are just starting out or an experienced meditator looking for practice and community, join our live guided meditations here.
Nirosha has been practicing meditation for over 20 years, and she is trained as a mindfulness facilitator by the UCLA Mindfulness Awareness Research Center at the Semel Institute on Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA.
She has a BA from Harvard College and a JD from Harvard Law School.
Jennifer Webster has been a yoga teacher since 2001, and has taught thousands of classes, workshops, and retreats all over Southern California.
She became a Certified Anusara Teacher in 2009, and continues to bring her love of anatomy and her warm, playful style to every class creating a safe and fun environment for all levels of students.
April Dávila attended her first day-long meditation retreat at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in 2002.
Since then she has deepened her practice with a wonderful collection of teachers and sat several residential, silent retreats.
She is currently in the final stages of a Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program, studying under Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach.
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