Great links to learn more about Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness Meditation Links


I have been privileged to study with many teachers who have decades of experience, written extensively and involved in research on the benefits of mindfulness meditation. They have all helped me develop my own mindfulness practice and my style of teaching meditation.

I invite you to visit their websites and explore …..


Jon Kabat-Zinn founder of The Centre for Mindfulness is often referred to as the pioneer who brought mindfulness meditation into the medical and psychology communities by developing the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at University of Massachusetts Medical School. Please visit this site to find Jon’s books and audio programs as well as current research and teachings offered by The Centre for Mindfulness.


Dr. Rick Hanson is a neuro-psychologist who has written several books including “Buddha’s Brain” and his latest, “Hard Wiring Happiness”. I love his weekly newsletter called JOT (Just One Thing) that you can subscribe to at his site. Rick’s website is packed with information and links to numerous articles and research on mindfulness mediation.


Dr. Dan Siegel is a neurobiologist and another prolific writer. Visit his website and read about what Dan is doing at The Mindsight Institute. His approach to interpersonal neurobiology is both scientific and approachable.


Dr. Ron Siegel is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School. He teaches mindfulness based psychotherapy and has written a variety of resource books. He also has a number of recorded meditations to listen to at his website.


Dr. Tara Brach founded the Insight Meditation Community of Washington, DC and is another leader in the field of mindfulness meditation. She has a wonderful podcast with hours and hours of talks for you to download as well as this link to her website where you can read about her books, articles and meditations.


Dr. Kristin Neff is an Associate Professor in Human Development and Culture, Educational Psychology Department, University of Texas at Austin. She expertly writes and speaks on the topic of developing compassion. Check out her mediations!