All Kinds of News for May 06, 2020
On Tuesday April 21, 2020, Josh and Maureen White, founders of Red Mountain Programs, launched a new video series called Mindful Moments, created to provide its audience with mindful ways of approaching the COVID-19 crisis, as well as other challenging parts of the human experience.
“This is something that we’ve actually been wanting to do for a long time,” Josh said on the first episode and with so many people under stay-at-home orders or sheltering in place during the pandemic, he and Maureen felt compelled to begin the series now.
As creators of the leading mindfulness-based, therapeutic programs for adolescents and young adults in Colorado and Sedona respectively, Josh and Maureen draw on their extensive experience as clinicians and meditation teachers. The husband and wife duo use humor, neuroscience and an understanding of Eastern philosophies and Western therapeutic modalities with the hopes of helping to shift perspectives and demonstrate how mindfulness can be employed in everyday life.
The videos are intended to feel informal and conversational, and so far, the response has been positive. “[I] love the videos,” said Jennifer Taylor, founder of JET ED Consulting, “it’s like I am right there having lunch with them.”
Mindful Moments, three of which have been released as of May 4, 2020, can be found on the Red Mountain Sedona YouTube channel as well as on the Red Mountain Sedona and Red Mountain Colorado social media pages. Those who wish to receive the videos via email can contact Deara Ball at email@example.com.
Red Mountain Sedona is a mindfulness-based, trauma-informed young adult “Launch” program, located in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. Red Mountain specializes in helping young adults between the ages of 18-28, address the social, emotional and behavioral issues holding them back from successfully transitioning into adulthood. Through a truly holistic program that provides structure, individual, group and family therapy, life skills training, recovery support and mindfulness-meditation, yoga and martial arts instruction, Red Mountain Sedona helps students gain the stability and maturity needed to move forward in life. For more information on Red Mountain Sedona call (855) 998-5272.