Episode 6: Non-weird Meditation for Busy People

This episode was originally recorded for Dr. Dovidio’s other podcast, Josieology.

Jen Johannsen, a certified meditation teacher and licensed school psychologist, talks about how to reduce stress through non-weird meditation and mindfulness. She developed the Meditation Matchmaker Framework which enables her to pair people to the best meditation approach based on their preferences. Her secular approach takes the “woo-woo” out of meditation and makes it simple so that anyone can practice mindfulness.

School of Calm – her online meditation course as mentioned in the episode.

Connect with Jen
Website: The School of Calm
Facebook and Instagram 

A Monk’s Guide to Happiness with Gelong Thubten – as mentioned in the episode.

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Published by Yoga for Dentists

Dr. Josie Dovidio is a long-time dentist and certified yoga teacher who took a sabbatical from clinical dentistry to address health issues related to prolonged stress. She now helps dental professionals "undo" what dentistry does to the body, mind and soul through her Yoga for Dentists community on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube Channel and Podcast.

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