Laurence Magro

Teaching Schedule

8 WEEK MINDFULNESS BASED STRESS REDUCTIOCLASSES

Monday Mornings
9:30 am - 11:45 am
January 27th – March 16, 2020
(no class Feb 17)
Private Studio, Larchmont, NY
Orientation: Monday, January 13 2020 from 10 - 11 am (required if you intend to register for the class)
Practice Day: Sunday, March 8 from 10 am - 3 pm
Tuition: $525 (includes materials, recordings & Practice Day)
To register for this class, please click here
For more details about MBSR and its many benefits, please click here
Feel free to email Laurence at MindfulLivingNY@gmail.com for any additional questions.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Mindful Eating for Self-Care
This workshop focuses on an exploration of habits of mind and heart around food and eating. By combining the tools of mindfulness with the insights of behavioral science, we can fundamentally change how we relate to food, mind and body. For details and schedule of the next session, please email MindfulLivingNY@gmail.com

Mindful Qigong: 4-week series
Wednesday eves: Jan 8,15, 22, 29 
6:30 to 7:30 pm
Private Studio, Larchmont, NY
For information and registration please email
MindfulLivingNY@gmail.com

Mindfulness in Healthcare workshops
On request. Please email:
MindfulLivingNY@gmail.com
914-584-2717

PRIVATE TRAINING OR THERAPY SESSIONS

On request. Please email:
MindfulLivingNY@gmail.com
914-584-2717



Laurence M. Magro, MBA, MS is a psychotherapist, educator, and practitioner of Mindfulness. She is the founder of Mindful Living NY, which offers counseling, training and consulting to individuals, groups and professional organizations. Laurence’s approach to psychotherapy and mindfulness training draws on eastern contemplative traditions as well as western research in behavioral health and neuroscience. She is passionate about inspiring people to take an active role in enhancing their wellbeing and sense of purpose.

“My primary goal as a teacher is to help students develop greater self knowledge, emotional resilience and clarity of mind. I have been deeply gratified to see Mindfulness have a far reaching effect on the lives of my students, including an enhanced ability to meet daily challenges, greater ease and enjoyment engaging with others and achieving personal and professional objectives.”
—Laurence Magro

Laurence has been practicing and exploring Mindfulness for more than 20 years. After earning a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and practicing as a traditional psychotherapist, Laurence pursued extensive training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). She received Certification from the Center for Mindfulness at UMass Medical School, in recognition of her in-depth understanding and skillful delivery of the MBSR curriculum.

With an early career in finance, she brings to her teaching both corporate and clinical experience and has gained first hand understanding of the need for sustainable tools to improve leadership, job performance, and career satisfaction.

Laurence has developed a dedication to introducing mindfulness tools to educators and healthcare professionals where enhanced focus, presence and compassion can benefit a wide circle of students and patients. She also has a deep interest in sharing the transformative practice of mindfulness with young people at the inception of their professional lives.

An active member of the National Counseling Association and the Association pour le Development de la Mindfulness (ADA) in France, Laurence is trilingual in English, French and Spanish. She is married with three daughters and, in addition to her personal practice of meditation, yoga, and Qi Gong, she cherishes nature and outdoor activities.

www.MindfulLivingNY.com
mindfullivingny@gmail.com
1-914-584-2717