We live distracted now.
We’re surrounded by evidence of the inability to sustain focused attention. We're all in this together.
It’s completely normal to get distracted. The problem is that most of us are actively training our attention in ways that lead to stress, disengagement, and burnout.
The resulting lack of sleep, illness, and simmering interpersonal conflicts escalate each other and erode well-being.
Some researchers are convinced that we can still correct the current trend of collective distraction.
By exercising better habits of attention.
Just as physical exercise increases strength, flexibility, and endurance to support the regular activities of daily life, mindfulness exercises develop attention to improve focus and well-being.
The Attentional Fitness Training workshops described below can be modified to fit the needs of individuals and groups. They can also be combined to form a class series. Additional attention-related challenges can be address through customized workshops, presentations, or special events.