Articles by Aurora Hutchinson

Aurora Hutchinson

Aurora Hutchinson, M.A. teaches meditation and other wellness classes at The Mindfulness Center. She conducts corporate seminars and sees private clients seeking to learn meditation for stress management, improved health, career and family support. She has a B.A. and M.A. in Psychology, specifically Psychopharmacology. In addition, Aurora is completing dissertation work for her Ph.D. in Psychology at American University, specializing in the Psychobiology of Healing. She has completed Meditation Teacher Training with Dr. Deborah Norris, Founder and Director of The Mindfulness Center, and is currently enrolled in TMC’s Yoga Teacher Training program. Aurora has also received training in Clinical Hypnosis through the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH). Her passion as a scientist is not only in advancing the scientific knowledge of mind-body therapies, but also in promoting and practicing evidence-based, best practices of self-care in hospitals, wellness centers and corporate settings to empower and serve others.

In the Flow: Bridging the Science and Practice of Mindfulness

In the Flow: Bridging the Science and Practice of Mindfulness

In the Flow: Bridging the Science and Practice of Mindfulness will change the way you live your life! In clear and captivating style, neuroscientist, Dr. Deborah Norris, lays out new theories in the science of mindfulness, revealing how simple practices are able to remove our roadblocks to health and happiness. You can get back In…


The Science of Mindful Awareness Series: Six Tips for Using Mindfulness to Ease Pain

Do you ever wonder how the body heals itself; how pain resolves and wounds heal; how broken bones mend? The mission of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is “to seek fundamental knowledge about the nature and behavior of living systems and the application of that knowledge to enhance health, lengthen life, and reduce illness…


Diabetes, a Digestive Disorder

Those who have been diagnosed with diabetes are accustomed to the dietary restrictions of their diagnosis; however, most of these dietary guidelines are designed to reduce the intake of glucose and related sugars. Little has been said about the role of nutrients supporting digestive health for the diabetic. Yet research is showing that the integrity…

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