Skip to Content

View Additional Section Content

Experiencing stressful situations

ReMind Group Program

The ReMind Group Program at the Center for Integrative Medicine teaches a combination of research-based healing techniques to deal with life’s changes, stresses and illnesses. The six- to eight-week workshop is taught in a calm, intimate group setting. Clinical studies have proven that these mind-body-skills groups can:

Call to Register

  • Relieve stress, anxiety and depression
  • Improve sleep
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Relieve pain
  • Help you feel empowered and hopeful

ReMind Groups combine proven techniques with the power of group support to help you live a healthier, more satisfying life.

Who ReMind Helps

Anyone can benefit from learning tools to manage how emotions, thoughts and feelings impact your health. The ReMind Group can be helpful if you’re living with chronic or life-threatening illnesses or experiencing stressful life changes, among them:

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Chronic pain
  • Divorce
  • Grief
  • Menopause
  • Empty-nest syndrome

What to Expect During ReMind Group Sessions

A certified practitioner teaches a different mind-body technique each week. Each session includes an explanation of the technique and how to use it, along with guided practice. The mind-body techniques taught include:

  • Autogenic training – A mind-body technique for deep relaxation.
  • Breathing – Conscious, controlled breathing techniques that help you clear your mind and focus on the moment.
  • Drawings and journals ­– The practices of using words and art to express feelings.
  • Guided imagery – A form of meditation that focuses on calm, peaceful images in your mind.
  • Meditation – An ancient mind-body practice that teaches the mind to quiet and focus on the present moment.
  • Movement – Uses dance and movement to integrate your mind, body and spirit.
  • Nutrition and mindful eating – Learning how to use food and a practice of eating with intention to care for your body, enjoy your food and its effects on your body.

ReMind groups are small to help you feel more comfortable and safe about sharing experiences. Thoughtfully talking about experiences in a supportive group helps you relax, reminding you who you are, while renewing your unique and evolving self. ReMind Group participants have reported:

  • Decreased anxiety and depression
  • Less anger
  • Reduced fatigue and confusion
  • Better sense of well-being
  • Increased energy
  • Feeling more engaged in life

ReMind Achieves Results

Since it began 2009, the ReMind Group Program has helped more than 200 people learn strategies to better deal with emotions and thoughts — and lead happier, more fulfilling lives. Results from a recent study of participants showed an overall 63 percent reduction in issues such as tension, anxiety, depression, anger, fatigue and confusion. Energy increased by 65 percent. See how some participants say the ReMind group has helped improve their lives:

  • “Instead of a life full of things to do, now I see a ‘full life.’”
  • “I feel less confused; I have an idea which direction to go.”
  • “I now feel as if I can walk through this difficult time.”
  • “The ReMind group made me more mindful and able to appreciate my blessings.”
  • “I’m less worried about the future and focused on living right now and caring for the ones I love.”
  • “I’m able to relax and let go of worries.”
  • “I have more energy, am emotionally more relaxed, with less anxiety and worry.”
  • “ReMind gave me a more hopeful perspective with more direction.”
  • “I established a breathing practice that helps me be more mindful.”
  • “ReMind helped me establish a daily meditation practice.”
  • “Gave me techniques for coping with my depression and anxiety, and helped me focus on my family.”
  • “I love myself more.”

How to Enroll in the ReMind Program

Tuition for the six- to eight-week program is $200, which includes the sessions, handouts, course notebook, and a free, 30-minute consultation with the instructor before the first class. The required paperwork to begin the process is available online or by calling 864-560-6022.

Fill Out New Participant Paperwork

Was this page helpful?


Thank you for your feedback!

Thank you for your feedback and helping us to improve our website.
There will be no additional response.

Campus Map

Spartanburg Medical Center Campus Map

View map

Stay Connected!

Get the latest news on the health topics that matter most to you.  Sign up

Upcoming Events