Caloosahatchee Mindfulness

Caloosahatchee Mindfulness envisions a connected community

where mindfulness improves the quality of life and well-being

of Southwest Floridians.

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is paying attention to your life in this present moment – NOW. Simply being present, moment by moment, by moment.

What are the benefits of mindfulness?

Improved Coping with Life’s Stressors

Chronic Pain, Fatigue, Anxiety & Depression

Improved Anger Management Skills

Increased Energy

Immune System Improvement

Improved Sleep Patterns

Improved Concentration and Focus

Improved Eating Patterns

And much more…

What do we offer?

We offer Retreats, Workshops, and Personal and Professional Development Programs, that help people lead lives with improved confidence and optimism.

Caloosahatchee Mindfulness is launching a new outreach program “Mindfulness Moment.”


This social media community outreach provides meaningful, supportive mindful living programs

for the community, three days a week:

Mindfulness Monday, Wisdom Wednesday,

and Self-Care Saturday.

Lee County residents can join on Caloosahatchee Mindfulness Facebook

and Instagram. Each Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday facilitators offer insights into

mindfulness, wisdom, and self-care. With today’s demanding situations, how to live well and

calmly is of great benefit.


Three community-minded and experienced professionals are the facilitators. The Mindfulness

Monday Facilitator Jan has applied many years of yoga practice, influenced by Buddhist

precepts of mindfulness and compassion, in both her private life and her work as a

psychotherapist. The second Facilitator is Valarie Olsen who will give insight into Wisdom on

Wednesdays with the use of ancient Eastern and Western traditions along with her practices

as a licensed Mental Health Counselor, a certified yoga teacher, and meditation. The third

Facilitator is Christine “Cricket” Giles who is an Exercise Physiologist at Lee Health Cardiac

Rehab who draws from her love and knowledge of Nutrition and Mindfulness.

Caloosahatchee Mindfulness Outreach program will begin on September 5, 2020.


For further information contact Mary Robinson: email: mindfulness579@gmail.com or call/ text

at 941-888-0116.


Caloosahatchee Mindfulness/Hearts’ Path to Mindful Living, Inc. 501 (c) 3 Non-Profit Corporation.


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