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A Safe Haven for Transformation

Practice self-care with our online Mind-Body Skills Groups.

What is a Mind-Body Skills Group?

Grounded in self-reflection, Mind-Body Skills Groups focus on sharing and connecting with others to create a learning environment that supports individual and collective well-being. Mind-Body Skills Groups support being witness to your own as well as other’s emotions and experiences. 


Groups are small, with 8-10 people, and meet on a set day and time for 8 sessions (usually weekly), with each group lasting 2 hours. This format provides an opportunity to begin to integrate the mind-body skills into your life, in a real and practical way, with the support of the group to help you work through any difficulties along the way. 

Developed by internationally renowned The Center for Mind-Body Medicine

Led by an experienced and supportive facilitator

New skill exploration each week in the comfort of your own space

“A supportive group is the medium where self-care flourishes.”

James Gordon MD, The Center for Mind-Body Medicine

Meet the Group Facilitator

Let me guide you on a journey to wellness.

Alexis Nicklow

I'm Alexis, a registered nurse and a trauma-informed Mind-Body Medicine Group facilitator. Over the years, I've had the privilege of working in various hospital and clinical settings. I am a divorced mother of two school-aged boys, both of whom were born prematurely. Discovering mind-body skills has truly been a life-saver for me, helping me to navigate life's challenges. 



Center for Mind-Body Medicince

Learn evidenced-based self-care tools to:

  • Help lower levels of stress 

  • Improve mood 

  • Enhance resiliency and optimism 

  • Help prevent chronic conditions 

  • Increase self-awareness 

  • Enhance optimal health 

Mind-Body Skills Groups have proven beneficial for people dealing with:

  • Life changes

  • Stress

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Separation and divorce

  • Grief and loss

  • Health issues

  • Childhood and family trauma

Empower yourself through evidenced-based skills such as: 

  • Meditation 

  • Guided Imagery 

  • Autogenic Training & Biofeedback

  • Breath Work  

  • Movement 

  • Mindful Eating

  • Self-Expression

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