Bring more mindfulness into your everyday life.
Open to being more curiously aware.
Mindful Tea Break™
An easy, comfortable, creative, and fun way to explore mindfulness together. Live meditations and online resources in a convenient 30-day package to experience your way.
We’ll provide a focus, guidance, and support. You bring yourself (and your own tea or other relaxing beverage, if you choose). Together, we’ll create community.
A new theme each month. August's theme is BALANCE.Sign up for August
Mindful Tea Break™ is stress-free:
- Simple scheduling. (All four live gatherings are only 30 minutes. You get the full online package for a month.)
- All experience levels (including none).
- Come as you are. (And it’s ok to turn your camera off while we practice.)
- No special clothing, gear, or materials.
- No travel time to factor in. (You can join from your home or wherever you are.)
- No “right way” to do it. (Our curious, creative, and connected approaches let you find what works for your life.)
Schedule (new day and time!)
Our next Mindful Tea Break™ is August 9 through September 5.
Live gathering dates and times:
Monday, August 9, 5:30 - 6 pm EDT
Monday, August 16, 5:30 - 6 pm EDT
Wednesday, August 18, 5:30-6 pm EDT (community gathering)
Monday, August 23, 5:30-6 pm EDT
Registration closes on August 7.
What is a Mindful Tea Break™?
Our unique 4-week package is offered most months and includes:
Three 30-minute live mindfulness practices
Monday, August 9
Monday, August 16
Monday, August 23
All 5:30-6 pm EDT
One 30-minute live community gathering (without meditation)
Wednesday, August 18
5:30-6 pm EDT
Access to recordings through Sept. 5.
Meditation recordings available the Monday after each gathering.
Mindful Tea Break Facebook™ group
for community connections
Bonus resources, information, and ideas
to support your journey
All in a dynamic online portal with everything in one place.
Hi, I’m Theresa
I am the founder of Open to Being.
I am a lifelong “seeker” - someone who strives for balance and harmony in my life.
Since I was a teenager, I’ve practiced all kinds of meditation. I’ve always focused on what resonated most with me in any given moment, situation, or time of life. That is what has made it possible for me to integrate curious awareness into my everyday life.
I’m a professional educator. In addition to teaching meditation and yoga since 2012, I created museum programs, exhibitions, and materials for the past 25 years.
I weave expertise in learning, mindfulness, movement, and art (sometimes other areas too) together with my personal practice of connected and intentional living.
I’ve found that the practice of teaching mindfulness is itself a practice, and connecting with people along the journey deepens connection to myself as well.
What our Mindful Tea Breakers are saying:
“Before Mindful Tea Break™ I thought about the small details of doing. Now, I think about just being and feeling in the moment.”
“I have taken meditation courses with Theresa and always found them relaxing and fulfilling. The discussion and activities leading up to the meditation were insightful and gave me something to focus on while meditating and made the experience fuller and more enlightening.”
“It’s a beautiful moment of peace as you get ready for the work week.”
This sounds wonderful! I'm curious...
What happens in the live gatherings?
There’s lots of mindfulness out there. What’s special about Open to Being?
What prerequisites are there?
What's the time commitment?
I try to be mindful already, but I’m really not sure about meditation.
I am an introvert. I might not be comfortable sharing.
Can I include other people since everything is virtual?
What if I don’t like it?
I’m still curious - why tea breaks?
“I’m kind of a tea nerd. I love the rituals of both coffee and tea - the social experience, the special equipment and accessories, the process of making and tasting. To me, though, there’s something special and different about tea. I find drinking tea more relaxing - it’s about taking the moment to slow down or pause. Herbal teas are my favorite, but even caffeinated tea seems more soothing, calming, and nourishing to me than coffee does.”
Plus (maybe you noticed this already?) Theresa’s name begins with T!
One more thing:
When can I sign up for the next one?
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