As the popularity of Mindfulness Based Interventions continues to rise, so does the body of evidence validating the benefits to human health and wellbeing.
In the 10 years from 2003 to 2013, the published research went from 52 to 549.
What The Science Reveals
Developing a regular mindfulness practice, weaving mindful moments into the fabric of everyday life, has been shown through research to have a beneficial affect on the many ills of modern life. Including high blood pressure, depression, anxiety, chronic pain and illness. Improvements have been seen in sleep quality, relationships, immune system function, clarity of thought, information processing, ability to regulate emotions, ability to maintain attention and cognitive function.
On this page we have provided links and videos to what the science tells us about the programs that inform the basis of the offerings by Mindful EAS:
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction - developed by Professor Jon Kabat-Zinn at the university of Massachusetts Medical School.
Mindfulness in Schools Project - developed in the UK through the Centre for Mindfulness at Oxford University.
Mindful Schools - developed by Mindful Schools in the US.
Smiling Mind Education Program - developed in Australia by psychologists and health professionals.