Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction


Learn how to actively engage in your own health and well-being and discover peace of mind through Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. (MBSR) 

This 9-week, 10-session course will provide you with

  • Guided instruction in mindfulness meditation practices.
  • Gentle stretching and mindful yoga.
  • Group dialogue and mindful communication exercises to enhance awareness in everyday life.

Who will benefit? Individuals who are

  • Experiencing stress related to home, school, family pressures, illness, grief, etc.
  • Managing medical conditions such as chronic pain, high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, cancer, heart disease, asthma, etc.
  • Dealing with psychological/emotional distress including anxiety, depression and panic.
  • Desiring an enhanced wellness and growth, a sense of well-being, an improved ability to take better care of oneself by feeling an increased sense of balance, and the ability to manage and enjoy life on a day to day basis.

MBSR is taught by a certified MBSR instructor. According to the Center for Mindfulness at UMass Medical Center, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction can help you “learn how to take better care of yourself through the interplay of mind and body - and mobilizing your own inner resources for coping, growing and healing.”  

Event Contact Information
Contact Name Utah Valley Hospital LiVe Well Center
Contact Phone 801-357-4141


Registration Information


Dates and Locations Available

Date 09/15/22 - 11/10/22
Time 2:30:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM
Utah Valley Hospital Campus: Sorenson Tower, 4th floor LiVe Well Classroom

This 9-week class will be held on Thursdays September 15th - November 10th.

  • Orientation date: Thursday, September 15th 2:30-5:00pm
  • Class 1 Start date: September 22nd running through November 10th 
  • Days and Time: Thursdays from 2:30-5:00pm
  • All-day silent retreat: Saturday, October 22nd all day 9:00am-4:00pm
  • Where: LiVe Well Center Classroom
  • Cost: $250
  • Our instructor:

Liz Baker

Liz Baker, PhD, is a clinical pain psychologist and neuropsychologist.  She works at Utah Valley Pain Management where she sees patients with chronic medical conditions, depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship difficulties and many other concerns.   She enjoys helping patients access non-medication tools for improving their function and quality of life through group, couples and individual family services.  She loves incorporating mindfulness skills into her practice, and received training through the Brown University Mindfulness Center to teach Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR).