Amanda Votto is a mindfulness teacher trained at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center for Mindfulness. She has extensive experience with mindful meditation, including leading a weekly meditation group, mindful parenting courses, and her own blog, Divine Within Amanda is a practicing physician assistant in cardiology and her particular areas of interest include mindful parenting, education and mindfulness in the healthcare setting. She believes in a holistic approach to healthcare and that we all possess the power to heal ourselves from the inside out. Amanda has seen both personally and professionally the unlimited benefits of mindfulness on the mind, body and spirit. Her personal intention is to teach and live from her heart and guide others to do the same. For more about Amanda visit amandavotto.com
Upcoming Programs with Amanda
Course with Amanda Votto
Thursdays, March 14, 2019 - April 18, 2019, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Learn how to cultivate great compassion for self and others that helps to reduce inner negative dialogue, bolster positive states of well-being, and improve emotional regulation and interpersonal relationships.
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Blog Posts by Amanda
Amanda Votto shares various practices to help you ease into the new year in a way that promotes peace within oneself.
Get to know one of our Master Teachers, Amanda Votto, and why she is so passionate about teaching mindfulness!
Our mind can be an ally if we harness and train it to be — if we commit ourselves to living with eyes wide open.
We all recognize the wonderful benefits of meditation but keeping up a regular practice can be challenging. Two teachers offer helpful tips for making meditation a daily part of your life.
Mindfulness helps us answer the call to rise up and live the life we are meant to live. By MBSR instructor Amanda Votto.