Mindfulness Group

Our Mindfulness Meditation Group


is open to anyone with the intention of being more open-heartedly present, compassionate and connected.  This allows us to meet life's challenges more gracefully.  

Shared meditation helps support and deepen practice, allowing you to open and turn toward your experience with love.  Group meditation also provides opportunities to connect with others who are similarly inclined.  Joining a meditation group can help you:

  • Experience being part of something bigger than yourself.

  • Develop a strong, committed, lasting practice.

  • Learn valuable lessons from others in the group, including the leader.

  • Enjoy the physical benefits that participating in a group can allow.

  • Learn how sharing meditation can make life more vibrant and connected.

  • Understand the power in numbers.


Each 1.5 hr. session will include mindfulness meditation, mindful yoga and discussion/instruction to deepen awareness and understanding. 

This Thursday morning group will meet for 8 sessions from 11:30 a.m - 1 p.m. The cost for this group is $240.

Meeting dates for the Thursday group beginning in September 2019: 

  • Sept. 12th & 26th

  • Oct. 10th & 24th

  • Nov. 7th & 21st

  • Dec. 5th & 19th

Everyone registered and participating in the current Mindfulness Group is eligible for a discount on the Day of Mindfulness that is offered during the group! Here’s a link to learn more about the Day of Mindfulness.  The cost for the day-long retreat for Mindfulness Group members is just $50.

If you are  just beginning your meditation practice, it is advised that you go to our about mindfulness page to get the basics.  In addition, you might consider reading Full Catastrophe Living by Jon Kabat-Zinn and/or The Need to Please by Micki Fine.

All sessions will be conducted by Micki Fine, M.Ed., L.P.C., founder of Mindful Living, certified mindfulness meditation instructor and licensed counselor in Houston, Texas.

The first rule is to keep an untroubled spirit. The second is to look things in the face and know them for what they are.
— Marcus Aurelius