Saying Yes to “NO”: Setting Mindful Boundaries with Mitra Manesh

about this event

Do you often feel angry, resentful, not-represented, rebellious, or reactive in your relationships at home and work? If so, you may be someone who finds it difficult to say no and set healthy boundaries.

Without clarifying and communicating our boundaries in our relationships, we may be leaving the most precious aspects of our life—our happiness & self-worth—to the mercy of others.

Saying no at times is a healthy, necessary, and important part of having agency in life. Saying no to something unhelpful can pave the way to saying yes to something helpful. In this class, we will learn how to do this kindly, firmly, and appropriately.

Join us if you’re interested in learning how Saying No, Mindfulness Practices, and Boundary-Setting can create a healthy triangle that honors who you are and communicates to others where your lines are drawn. We will be using mindfulness tools, practices, and principles such as wise questioning, meditation, and awareness to recognize where we are in this context, and how to move forward to a more mindful, boundary-ful, and graceful life.

Good for all levels; the only prerequisite is a desire and willingness to learn to create healthy boundaries at work and at home.




  • When: Mondays, November 23 – December 14, 2020. 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PST (Check your time zone here)
  • Where: On Zoom (Download here)
  • How much:
    • $240 $120 (-50%) — Regular Participants
  • Please note this is a LIVE class, and recordings will only be made available for 24 hours from when we share the replay link. No exceptions will be made after 24 hours of class.
  • Cancellation: You can cancel anytime until November 7th and a 5% cancellation fee applies.
  • If you purchase on our website directly – Payment charges will appear as ARAM3.
  • All our events are subject to recording.


About Mitra Manesh

Mitra is a mindfulness thought leader, storyteller, and educator with over 3.5 decades of experience helping people of all ages and many different cultures to live, love, and lead more consciously at home and at work.

Her work is a blend of Western corporate training and Eastern inner-based practices. The result is a unique approach offering knowledge & wisdom in a practical and empowering way.

Her clients range from everyday people seeking peace at home and work, to celebrities seeking balance, to institutions and other entities, like, UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center, Amazon, Merrill Lynch, Unilever, UCLA Anderson School of Management, Hugo Boss, C.A.A., Thomas Cook, The Senate of Canada, KPMG, Labatt, Christian Dior, Capital Group, Insomniac, United Health Group… to name a few.

Beyond mindfulness and corporate work, Mitra has been a Human Right Commissioner in Ontario, Canada, a commentator/panelist for CBC and Omni TV, and an executive for numerous non-profit and for-profit entities.

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