One Mindful offers classes, workshops, courses, and retreats led by Adam S. Moskowitz. Adam has been an educator for twelve years. He is an MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) and has trained extensively with the Center for Mindfulness based at the UMASS Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts. Adam is a consulting teacher with Stress Care, a long-standing non-profit organization serving medical communities in the Bay Area since 1996.
Adam has practiced, studied and shared mindfulness throughout the last decade. He is particularly interested the way youth and adults discover innate wisdom and joy when access to these practices is created. Several years ago at a training for school teachers, a presenter stated, “Awareness is a human right.” This powerfully shifted Adam’s understanding related to the calling for mindfulness-based practices to be offered within schools. Adam became a Mindful Schools Teacher and created a school-wide mindfulness program in 2012, serving over one-thousand Bay Area youth.
Adam offers services to companies, organizations, individuals and schools. Adam’s teaching emphasizes a gentle, compassionate approach, cultivating an embodied attention that safely deepens the practitioner’s relationship to the present moment.