Mindfulness & Insight Practice Group
Grow the Inner Skills You Need for Living and Loving Well
About the group
This sitting and practice-oriented group meets every Sunday except for seasonal breaks in the summer and winter. The class usually consists of two meditation periods, a brief talk, a reflection or meditation guidelines. There is also time for group sharing and questions to encourage a sense of community and belonging.
Guided by Regina Flanigan
Regina is a certified mindfulness meditation teacher and was a student of Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield’s program for two years. Her classes often focus on how to bring awareness, compassion and wise effort to interpersonal communication, emotions, moods, beliefs and behaviors.
To offer a welcoming and caring space that reminds us to be aware of what is going on—in our own mind and bodies, in our relationships and in the world around us. From this starting point, we can begin to pause and respond to our lives with more emotional balance, wisdom and loving kindness.
About Regina Flanigan, LCPC
Regina is a practicing therapist and has been since graduating from the Johns Hopkins School of Community Counseling in 2001. Her education and life experience is rooted in contemporary psychology, mindfulness and insight, and contemplative wisdom traditions that emphasize the transformative power of awareness, curiosity, wisdom and love. She is a certified mindfulness teacher and studied for two years with Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield. Regina is a co-founder of the Center for Mind Body Therapies in Frederick, Maryland, where she continues to offer an integrative counseling approach for adults, couples and groups.