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The practice of Mindful Motherhood is a living practice, one that is dynamic and ever-changing. Just like in the rest of your life, each day as a mom offers new opportunities and challenges.

These blogs are intended to help you surf the currents of Mindful Motherhood as it unfolds in your life, offering reminders, inspiration, support, resources, humor, and findings from the latest research on mindfulness, motherhood, and child development. Consider them your own personal coach and cheerleader for bringing awareness, compassion, and a wide-open heart to the adventure of motherhood.

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Mindful Motherhood is a program that teaches you how mindfulness practices can be integrated into your everyday life during pregnancy and early motherhood for staying balanced, healthy, and connected with your baby, even in difficult moments.

From hormones to stretch marks, labor pains to diaper changes, motherhood is an adventure like none other. The rapid changes in your body, your lifestyle, and your very identity call for a certain mental agility. Mindfulness can help you meet the challenge and approach every experience with your new baby with open eyes and an open heart.

Read the Book!

Mindful Motherhood Book Cover
Mindful Motherhood: Practical Tools for Staying Sane During Pregnancy and Your Child’s First Year

(New Harbinger/Noetic Books)


Oneline Courses: for Mothers and Mothers-to-Be, as well as Professionals working with Pregnant Women

Mindful Motherhood Course This eight-session self-paced online course includes nine video lectures, five downloadable audio -guided mindfulness practices, questions for reflection, homework assignments, downloadable pdf readings, and links to numerous multimedia resources for further exploration. We also offer an online training for professionals who want to use Mindful Motherhood in their work. Learn more!


Mindful Motherhood is a practice that is focused on helping you be aware in the present moment, in your body, and connected with your baby, even when the going gets rough.

This work, sponsored by California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute and The Institute of Noetic Sciences, was made possible by the generous contributions of the Bella Vista Foundation and the Mental Insight Foundation.