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Triangle Mindfulness offers classes that teach the fundamentals of Mindfulness and the Science of Happiness and well-being.  The result is happier and more emotionally-regulated kids, enhanced academic and athletic performance and more peaceful parenting and households.  



Mindfulness means paying attention, on purpose, to whatever is going on in the present moment.  This includes noticing our thoughts, emotions and environment around us. Mindfulness has been shown to be effective for reducing stress, improving emotional balance and resilience, increasing self-awareness, helping with anxiety and depression, and coping more effectively with chronic pain. 


  • Improves Focus and Memory

  • Decreases Anxiety and Depression 

  • Boosts Resiliency 

  • Enhances Emotional Regulation

  • Improves Academic Success

  • Increases Curiosity & Flexibility 

  • Facilitates a Growth Mindset

  • Deceases Reactivity

  • Improves Immune System Functioning

  • Reduces Stress

  • Improves Sleep

  • Increases Empathy & Compassion

  • Enhances Sense of Well-Being

  • Increases Productivity & Energy




"After sending my daughter to mindfulness classes with Kathryn, I noticed a big difference in her ability to focus and be less reactive.  Her anxiety has decreased and her confidence has gone way up." 

"I am a better parent now that I understand how to be mindful, and I have more resilience and compassion for myself and others.  I enjoy spending time with my children and our household is much more peaceful! I now have the tools to work toward living a more meaningful and happy life." 


Kathryn has extensive experience teaching classes and workshops to children ages 4-18, adults and families.  She is an IMTA Certified Mindfulness Teacher, a certified Positive Educator and holds a Certificate in Mindfulness and Psychotherapy from the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy.  She has extensive Mindfulness, Positive Psychology, Neuroscience, Self-Compassion and Trauma-Informed training from organizations such as Mindful Schools, Duke Integrative Medicine, Mindsight Institute, Yale, Harvard Medical School, UC Berkeley, UNC Chapel Hill, Omega Institute, Engaged Mindfulness Institute and The Flourishing Center.  She specializes in helping schools implement mindfulness, and offering trauma-informed mindfulness to adolescents and children to facilitate their well-being at school and home, and as a complement to therapeutic approaches.  Kathryn is available to teach in her studio or onsite at schools, offices and athletic facilities. 

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