Betty believes in mindfulness as a ‘way of being,’ and as a life-long journey of ‘inner self.’ A long time educator certified in Mindful Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness in Schools through UMASS Medical and Vermont Insight Meditation Center, Betty teaches and practices mindfulness with people of all ages, including middle and high school students, teachers, nurses, social workers, business personnel, professionals, school administrators, parents, and people in the medical field. Her experience encompasses teaching mindfulness to middle and high school students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and those with Anxiety. Betty possesses a high level of compassion and professionalism in her teaching and interactions with others. She believes mindfulness offers many benefits and can lead to openness, clear thinking and wisdom into the nature of our hearts and minds. It can reduce stress and offer insight, compassion and well-being to those who are curious and open to practicing. As a teacher, Betty is welcoming, informative, caring, and kind. She invites all levels of practitioners to her classes.
Betty Singleton is currently not instructing any classes.