The Mind Body Spirit Institute


What is the path to achieving our full potential as individuals and organizations?

We lead the way in teaching individuals and communities how to live more balanced, productive, and healthy lives. Through consulting, professional training, and classes on meditation, mindfulness, creativity, movement, and spirituality, both individuals and organizations benefit by learning how to reduce stress and burnout, improve health and resilience, and nourish the human spirit.

Our scope of practice reaches across our four areas of impact. Click each to learn more:

Imagine what could be possible if you were fully present in this moment?
Simple, practical, evidence-based tools can change your life.

Upcoming Events

May. 24
Tuesday, 05:30 PM

Unhindered Mindfulness: Freeing the...

Ginger Clarkson

$ 20.00
Jun. 6
Monday, 04:45 PM

Tai Chi Chuan for Health (In-Person)

George Hu

$ 190.00
Jun. 8
Wednesday, 05:45 PM

Mindfulness Essentials for Stress R...

Michele Pola

$ 200.00

Compassionate Professional Renewal


Stress is not the result of bad things that happen to us or too many demands on our time. For a patient, a diagnosis, living with a condition or disease, or facing their mortality can and often are often extremely stressful. For providers, witnessing the suffering of those can produce secondary trauma and may lead to burnout.

How we respond and relate to those stressful events and realities determines whether we thrive or break down. While we cannot always control the stressors we encounter in life, we can learn how to manage our reactions to them.

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We Also Offer

Professional Training Program

Tailored to high-level candidates in the healing arts (nurses, psychotherapists, yoga practitioners and spiritual leaders), this program features a concentrated curriculum to bring participants to a new level of understanding in theory and practice.

Meditation and Mind Body Courses

New courses, workshops, and special events are always being added. Click here to see our upcoming public offerings.

94% of respondents in a recent study reported that meditation was of "some" (29%) or "great" (65%) benefit in addressing pressing psychological and physical concerns. (Cramer, Hall, Leach, Frawley, et al, 2016)

Our Mission

For more than sixty years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit forum for dynamic conversations on a diverse range of psychological, artistic, and spiritual topics. Our mission is to support the development of greater self-awareness, creative expression, and psychological insight—individually, in relationships, and within the community. The Jung Center provides pathways to find deeper meaning in everyday life.

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@ 2022 THE JUNG CENTER This website generously underwritten by a grant from The Elkins Foundation.
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