I dedicate my mindfulness work in memory of our beloved son, Max Wiseman

                    Offering:     Free monthly mindfulness sessions                    8-week MBSR program 

Both available via Zoom. See more info below

8-week MBSR Program 

Winter 2023

Please let me know if you are interested in taking an 8-week MBSR (Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction) program (24 hours) on-line via Zoom. 

  • Mindfulness can help you manage the day-to-day stress in your life.
  • It has the potential to bring you greater peace of mind and a better overall sense of well-being.
  • We will explore how to more fully tune into the present moment experience and take better care of ourselves.

It will include 8 weekly sessions and a half-day retreat.

$300 Canadian (CAD)

Please email me at anne.kearney@mindfulness-for-all.net  if you are interested in learning more. Please share with anyone you feel may be interested in taking this program. 

Free Monthly Mindfulness Sessions

Hello friends,

I am offering a free monthly mindfulness session by Zoom for anyone who is interested in learning more about mindfulness and for anyone who has ever taken the 8-week MBSR (mindfulness-based stress reduction) program with me.

Sessions: 1st Tuesday of every month 7 pm Newfoundland time (5:30 Eastern). Sessions may last up to an hour. See dates below for 2023. 

Please email me at anne.kearney@mindfulness-for-all.net if you are interested in signing up or learning more.

Please share this information with anyone you feel may be interested in exploring the benefits of mindfulness for navigating daily life. Together, we can build a supportive community.

Dates for 2023:      January 3   February 7     March 7     April 4     May 2     June 6     July 4     August 1        September 5     October 3     November 7     December 5  

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the awareness that arises from paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally (Jon Kabat-Zinn). It is a way of experiencing everyday experiences, moment by moment, with acceptance. When practiced, mindfulness can lead to a happier and more satisfied life. It is a skill that takes time and commitment to develop. Mindfulness can be strengthened by meditation but it is not about emptying the mind of all thoughts, or not thinking negative thoughts. Rather it is about how we choose to relate to what is happening in our day to day lives and with our thoughts and emotions. How we respond to each moment influences the next one. Mindfulness can wake us up to 'automatic pilot' - to how we normally react to our experiences, our thoughts, and our emotions - and help us to choose to respond with more awareness, with more choice. This has a profound ability to increase our sense of well-being and overall quality of life. 

Mindfulness is R's (ours) 

Remember - To be mindful

Return - To the present moment

Recognize - What is true

Realize - Everything changes

Release - What no longer serves us

Refocus - On the here and now

Recover - Our balance

Regain - Perspective


Rest - restore - renew

Rosenbaum, E. (2017). The heart of mindfulness-based stress reduction: A MBSR guide for clinicians and clients. PESI Publishing & Media. 

Let go of what has passed.

Let go of what may come.

Let go of what is happening now. 

Don't try to figure anything out.

Don't try to make anything happen.

Relax, right now, and rest.


Teaching Certificates Completed

Qualification Certificate

Teacher Training 2

Teacher Training 3

Teacher Training 1 

About Anne

Anne is a fully-qualified mindfulness teacher having completed accredited teacher training with Mindful Academy Solterreno, Spain. 


She is currently completing the optional graduate-level 3 teacher training requirements (TT3).

This training is based primarily on the teaching process and curriculum developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical Centre and the Centre for Mindfulness Practice and Research in the UK. 

Anne has over 35 years of experience in health care, community-based care, and post-secondary education. She has taught in both the Faculties of Nursing and Medicine at Memorial University and has done community-based work in the areas of HIV/AIDS, addictions, and breast cancer. Anne has a graduate degree in behavioural science (University of Toronto) and a Doctor of Philosophy in community health (Memorial University).