Mindfulness for Adults

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness allows us to strengthen our ability to be in the present moment. We spend most of our lives worrying about the future and dwelling on the past and end up missing out on the here and now. This series will introduce you to the basic foundations and practices of mindfulness in a way that can be easily incorporated into your life. Studies has shown that a regular mindfulness practice can reduce stress, anxiety and depression and improve emotional regulation. For more information, visit the mindfulness website.

Who is it offered to?

Mindfulness Classes for adults will be offered to ages 18 and over beginning in January 2021. This program is open to Princeton Residents only. If there is enough space, we will open to Non-Residents. 


Mindfulness is taught by Michelle Moorhead, a Mindful Schools Certified Mindfulness Instructor. For more information about Michelle, visit her website.


The sessions will be once a week, every Sunday (no class on 2/7) for 6 sessions total from January 10th through February 21st. You will receive a zoom link each Sunday prior to the session after you register. Mindfulness for Adults will be from 7:45-8:15pm. A second session will be offered from 8:30-9:00pm. Fee is $30.00. 

Free Trial

If you are interested in an introduction course on Mindfulness, please register online for the Free Trial Mindfulness for Adults class. The free trial will be on Wednesday, January 6th from 7:00-7:30pm. You will receive a zoom link after registration. 

Please register at our online registration portal and search the 2021 Community Programs options from the drop-down menu. Space is limited!