“You are brilliant and perfect just as you are – whole and complete. No one has to be fixed, no one has to change. We just need to understand.” – Sylvia Boorstein
Do you ever find yourself stuck in cycles of stress, overwhelm, or dissatisfaction? We live in a fast-paced world, but it is genuinely possible to find peace in the middle of it all. Learn mindfulness and other tools to untangle yourself from stress and discover how to live your life with more peace, wisdom and true purpose.
Blair teaches public and private classes to groups, organizations, institutions, individuals and businesses on the topics of:
- Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC)
- Making Friends With Yourself: Teen & Young Adult MSC
- Shame Resilience
- Meditation 101 – for Total Newbies
- Meditation 201
- The Science of Happiness
Learn more about these Class Descriptions
Class duration may be 2 hours, 1 day, 2 days, or customized as a workshop or retreat to suit the needs of your group. Individual one on one training is also available. Contact us to schedule a class for yourself or your group.
Open to the public: 8-week Mindful Self-Compassion course @ University of Washington’s Center for Child and Family Well-Being
Upcoming Class dates: TBA
Drop-in Session: Mostly Qigong (aka Mindful Movement) @ University of Washington’s Center for Child and Family Well-Being
June 11, 2018
Courses for University students are offered through the UW’s Resilience Lab
If you’d like to experience Blair’s work in person, contact us to schedule a private class for yourself, your group or organization.
Private classes are offered for individuals, groups, organizations, institutions, and businesses on a variety of topics. Read Class descriptions or Contact us to schedule a private class for yourself or your group.
Blair speaks to women’s groups, teens and organizations on the topics of:
- Mindful Self-Compassion
- Living with a Vow (Intention)
Contact us to inquire about hiring Blair to speak to your group or organization.
Private coaching for adults and teens can facilitate the process of recovery in a supportive, caring and confidential environment.
Recovery Coaching is one-on-one personalized work for individuals overcoming:
- addiction – to drugs, alcohol, food, sex, phone or internet, etc.
- trauma or
- just plain life
Recovery coaching is not therapy or counseling. Blair does not diagnose conditions or prescribe medication. If you have mental health issues you’d like to address, please seek the help of a licensed medical professional.
Blair Carleton is a Recovery Coach trained through the State of Washington and the Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery.
Learn more about private coaching with Blair, what it includes and if it’s a good fit for your life circumstances.