Breon MichelBreon teaches and writes about mindfulness and resilience to help people lead purposeful, centered lives.

She facilitates Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction courses across Phoenix, AZ, including a course at the University of Arizona’s Integrative Health Center in downtown Phoenix. Breon also teaches online mindfulness courses for eMindful. She is a lead instructor for the Army’s Master Resilience Training Program, an intensive course that provides Army senior leaders with tools to enhance mental and emotional strength.

Breon loves learning. Over the last decade, she’s had the fortune of studying with some of the world’s leading thinkers in well-being. She earned a Master’s in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and has completed in-depth training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction at University of Massachusetts Medical under the direction of Jon Kabat-Zinn and Saki Santorelli. Breon also received direct supervision from Bob Stahl to further her development as an MBSR teacher. Finally, Breon holds an Associate Certified Coach designation through the International Coach Federation.

Breon is herself a true testament to the power of mindfulness in high-performance situations. After spending years confronting pressure and anxiety in high-stress work and athletic endeavors, she learned to use mindfulness to stay grounded and confident in the face of uncertainty, stress and incessant change.

Breon is committed to offering programs that draw upon her personal and professional experience while honoring the wisdom and potential that already exist inside of you.