Everyday Mindfulness

Do you feel stressed and overwhelmed? Are you dissatisfied with your life or work? Does it feel like you’re always busy and never accomplish anything? Are you ready to feel better? Perfect.
Because this course is for you.


I’m so glad you are here to learn more about mindfulness and to see if this program is a good fit for you. Mindfulness changed my life more than 15 years ago- I went from being stressed out and sick, to having tools that could help me feel better. Years ago, I made it my mission to others who feel stressed and overwhelmed. It stated with my own life, then I began to research mindfulness, and now I’m bringing what I’ve found to you.

What is Everyday Mindfulness?

This program is about helping busy people find a way to feel better. I know what it is like to be busy, and I also know lots of tools that can help those who lead a busy life! You don’t have to go away for 10 day trip to a cave to meditate to feel better. These tools are meant to be used in your busy life. You’ll learn:

  • Breath awareness
  • Sense awareness
  • Mindful movement
  • Mindful eating
  • Gratitude practice

What can you expect?

  • Feel more centered, even when you are busy
  • More peace and calm
  • A set of tools you can use everyday
  • More enjoyment of the moment
  • Awareness of the body and emotions
  • Experienced and compassionate instruction


Course Overview

9/25: What is Mindfulness: Just Breathe

This week I’ll introduce you to mindfulness, the evidence, learn about how to direct your attention, why it’s important, and how we usually get off track. This is an interactive class, so questions are welcome and you’ll also receive weekly practice assignments.

10/2: Come to your senses

Week 2 is all about broadening the awareness-  the sounds we hear, the sights, and tastes can all bring us back to the present. Again, we’ll practice this together, there will be guided meditations, discussions, and time for questions.

10/9: Mindfulness into movement

Week 3 will be about using a mindful movement practice in our daily lives- walking, yoga, or just washing the dishes are all done in movement. How can we stay present in this moment, while our body is taking us through our lives?

10/16: Eat your way to peace

Since we eat multiple times a day, eating offers us an opportunity to come back to the present moment in an everyday activity. Our final discussion will be how to fully integrate this in our lives, and how to continue to use mindfulness.


Easy to understand and apply to your life


Simple assignments you can integrate into your day-to-day life

Life Changing

Evidence based tools that are life changing

Why Mindfulness?

Everyday Mindfulness is an online class designed with you in mind. You are busy. Always on the go. You never feel like you can catch up or catch a break. Perhaps you have heard of the benefits of this thing called “mindfulness.” It would be ‘good’ to do, but who has the time?

This 4-week class will teach mindfulness in a way that is easy to understand and apply to your life. We’ll have weekly phone calls and you’ll be given simple assignments to practice. Things you can do WHILE you are living your busy life. All calls will be recorded, so if you can’t attend a call live, no worries. You can just catch up on the videos and recording and still participate in the Facebook group conversations (call recordings may be used in a future Everyday Mindfulness product).

And the best news? There is plenty of evidence that mindfulness works! That’s right- science can back up all the claims. Everything from feeling happier, boosting attention and immune function, to feeling less pain. Mindfulness is an ancient technique with modern day science for proof. How do I know this? For over 12 years, I’ve been researching how mindfulness can help people! Weather you want more support, or the class only version, there are options that fit your life.


Begins Monday, 9/25 at 3-4pm EST!

Rebecca Shisler MarshallMeet Rebecca

Rebecca began her journey with mindfulness in 2005, when she attended Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction training with Jon Kabat-Zinn and Saki Santorelli. After two master’s degrees and a PhD, she describes herself as a recovering stress addict. She is mother of two energetic boys, an associate professor at UGA, and founder of Centered Living, coaching for mind, body, and spirit. Rebecca empowers people to heal dis-ease and busyness, to reach peace and calm through self-compassion and self-care. Most days you can find her researching alternative post-stroke treatments, teaching, coaching people who are stressed, practicing mindfulness and yoga, or hiking.

Still need some help deciding?

Words from some previous clients!

“I really do feel like I am in a much better place than I was four weeks ago and a BIG thank you for being an instrumental part in the month-long transitional journey!

Moving from enduring to enjoying!! ? ”

Beth Remmes

Earth Spirit Action

“I have much gratitude for my session with Rebecca. She helped me hone in on a block in my third chakra and guided me in a successful release of an energetic wound. Rebecca brings clarity and sweetness to the work and I feel that she is an excellent pathfinder for those who wish to let go of mental, emotional or energetic hindrances.

Rebecca’s gentle spirit helps keep painful work light and easy– a lovely gift to have as a healer.”

David Bothe

Hope and Haven

“You want Rebecca on your team. She is brilliant, warm, insightful and a great listener.

She helps clarify things in a way that is always helpful.”

Erin Sharaf

Mindfulness + Magic

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use take these classes if I've never worked with you before?
YES! These classes are great to as an introduction to work with me.
Do you work with people 1:1?

Yes! I love working with clients and offer various package opportunities. If you are interested, please feel free to sign up for a free 30 minute call to find out if working together would be right for you.

What is Centered Living?

Centered Living is coming home. It is finding a place where love and kindness are the primary guiding principles. It is where loving kindness is valued more than outward things or achievements.

Centered Living is a place of mentoring others to be their best selves, no matter what that may look like. Free of judgment, and full of compassion.

Can I upgrade after signing up?
  • Yes, you can upgrade (within the first two weeks of the course). We are past week 2 in the course, you can sign up for an individual coaching package. Send me a message to learn more.

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If I didn’t answer all of your questions, feel free to drop me a line anytime.

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