Watch these fun behind the scenes videos

of our dancers as they prepare to be our STARS! 


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Please EMAIL OR CALL

INSPIRE's Program Director, Lauren Lanham to register, learn more details, or to arrange an INSPIRE presentation at your school or organization. All our classes are FREE! 


Lanham@InspireInc.org

203.763.9474

Who:     All Welcome

Where:  Bigelow Fairfield Senior Center, FLHS and    

             other locations by request

When:   Every Friday 10-11 AM @ Senior Center

             

​             NEW INTRODUCTION TO MEDITATION

             CLASS- FLHS Thurs. May 24 @ 7-8 PM

Why:     It's a practice that is thousands of years  

             old, but recently has become 'a thing'

             Harvard Medical School study confirms

             meditation creates new brain matter and can

             increase cognitive performance.        

 It's a POP UP CHILL-OUT!!!

 

MAY IS NATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH


JOIN INSPIRE ON THURSDAY, MAY 24  7-8 PM

​at Fairfield Ludlowe Library Lecture Hall

for a FREE 

INTRODUCTION to Meditation Class


Learn about the benefits of the newest wellness

practice that is sweeping the country!

​see more details below   


 



 ​​​​​​INSPIRE's unique programs are proven to reduce stress.

​We will connect you to effective strategies that can positively impact your 

emotional wellbeing, personal relationships, and professional productivity. 


Contact Lauren Lanham at 203.763.9474, llanham@InspireInc.org

to register or to learn more.


PLEASE NOTE INSPIRE programs are not a substitute for medical attention, examination, diagnosis or treatment. 

If you are feeling depressed, anxious or highly stressed, we recommend that you consult a physician.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          



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Who:    All Welcome

Where: Bigelow Fairfield Senior Center  

When:  Our writing classes are now completed

            Email us about future presentations

​Why:    What keeps you up at night? Decades of    

            psychological studies have proven that just the

            act of writing down your emotional struggles

            can reduce stress, resolve conflicts and 

​            improve both your mental and physical health...

The unexamined life is not worth living.  

                                  Socrates


​​​​Our recent event has raised $96,000 and will

fund INSPIRE programs in Fairfield

and enables all of our presentations to be 

FREE of CHARGE

  

Thanks to our generous 2017 donors

​​We are what we think.

    What we think we become.

                                   Buddha

        

        We were not designed to go

                     through life alone.

                                   John Wooden

​​​​​​​The biggest problem with communication

​         is the illusion that it has taken place.

                       George Bernard Shaw​

write away...

your stress


​​​​Inspire Inc. is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3), community-based corporation that assists and supports Fairfield County families, ​businesses and fellow non-profit organizations in achieving optimal emotional and mental wellbeing.​


​   Inspiring Resources 

        and relax....       ​​​​mindful  meditation

​           let's talk... 

​ a family communications class

INSPIRE ​​​​​​​​​change your mind

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 COMING SOON:

Introduction to the Practice of Guided Relaxation and Meditation.

Learn about the scientifically proven benefits to your health and well-being that doctors and hospitals around the nation are now embracing. We will present the basic techniques

to get you calm, cool and collected!

  Anyone can do it!     

Who:    All Parents 

Where: Fairfield Ludlowe or Fairfield Warde HS

            locations

When:  90 min. sessions @ 6:30-8PM , for 5 weeks

            Current Classes are full, Please email us for

            info on upcoming sessions.

 Why:   Research shows clear and consistent          

            communications from parents to be one of    

            the most influential factors in a teen's 

            behavioral decisions.....