Nirodha Mindfulness Center

A Healthy Mind Leads to a Healthy Body

Nirodha Mindfulness Center

A Healthy Mind Leads to a Healthy Body

Nirodha
Mindfulness
Center

A Healthy Mind Leads to a Healthy Body

Nirodha is defined as “the cessation of suffering.”
Through mindfulness practice, one can learn to harness the power of the mind to reduce mental and physical suffering and to discover the path to greater inner peace.

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About Trinh Tran, M.D.

Trinh Tran MD was born in Vietnam. She left Vietnam in 1984 and entered Guy’s and St. Thomas’s Medical and Dental schools (now merged with King’s College) in London, England in 1988. After graduating from medical school, she did two years of training in England then moved to the US to complete her residency in Internal medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.

After 2 years working as a hospitalist, she entered a Rheumatology fellowship at Duke medical center in Durham, North Carolina and graduated from the fellowship program in 2005. After working in both private practice setting and major health system, she started her own private practice in Rheumatology in Noblesville/Westfield, Indiana. Recognizing stress as a major triggering factor for flare up of autoimmune inflammatory diseases and knowing many research proven health benefits of meditation, she decided to learn how to meditate with Venerable Thích Thiện Trí. She then became his assistant in organizing the meditation classes. She volunteered her time after work and at the weekends in hosting online classes and assisted in guiding the meditation for the basic classes.

Her goal is to provide her patients with the skill and the tool of meditation, helping them to reduce stress in their lives and hence to reduce their disease activity. Her hope is to bring the service to all people, not just patients, as everyone will encounter stress in their lives. Meditation will help people in achieving a stable happy peaceful life.

She is happily married to Harold Grigdesby who is a loving and supportive husband.

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About Trinh Tran, M.D.

Trinh Tran MD was born in Vietnam. She left Vietnam in 1984 and entered Guy’s and St. Thomas’s Medical and Dental schools (now merged with King’s College) in London, England in 1988. After graduating from medical school, she did two years of training in England then moved to the US to complete her residency in Internal medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.

After 2 years working as a hospitalist, she entered a Rheumatology fellowship at Duke medical center in Durham, North Carolina and graduated from the fellowship program in 2005. After working in both private practice setting and major health system, she started her own private practice in Rheumatology in Noblesville/Westfield, Indiana. Recognizing stress as a major triggering factor for flare up of autoimmune inflammatory diseases and knowing many research proven health benefits of meditation, she decided to learn how to meditate with Venerable Thích Thiện Trí. She then became his assistant in organizing the meditation classes. She volunteered her time after work and at the weekends in hosting online classes and assisted in guiding the meditation for the basic classes.

Her goal is to provide her patients with the skill and the tool of meditation, helping them to reduce stress in their lives and hence to reduce their disease activity. Her hope is to bring the service to all people, not just patients, as everyone will encounter stress in their lives. Meditation will help people in achieving a stable happy peaceful life.

She is happily married to Harold Grigdesby who is a loving and supportive husband. 

Mission Statement

The Nirodha Mindfulness Center is a nonprofit charity organization inspired and founded by Dr. Trinh Tran, a highly respected physician and rheumatologist with over 35 of years of experience in patient care providing in-person and online classes and training in mindfulness practice. Through Dr. Tran's class offerings, she aims to help individuals of all ages and faiths learn the skills necessary to incorporate mindfulness practice into their daily lives. Through dedication to mindfulness practice, she hopes to help people learn ways to calm and center the mind on the present moment. The practice of learning compassion towards the self, and to experience thoughts without judgment, reduces the mind’s tendency to ruminate and become preoccupied by thoughts, patterns, and beliefs that create distress or prolong suffering. Dr. Tran believes the evidence available supports mindfulness practice as an effective method for reducing stress, anxiety, and pain, boosting attention, focus, and resilience, and enhancing the health and well-being of those who practice it. Our classes are led by community volunteers who have received specialized training in mindfulness practice and who have personally experienced the lifechanging benefits of regular mindfulness practice.

With gratitude from the entire staff at Nirodha mindfulness center. Namaste!

Join Our Free Saturday Mindful Meditation Class!

Come join us, in person or via live stream on Youtube, at Nirodha Mindfulness Center and learn the basics of mindfulness meditation alongside us in a peaceful and silent environment for free every Saturday 10:00 - 11:30 am ET.

Bottled water and a snack will be provided for in person class. Students may bring their own meditation cushions.

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Contact

Hours of Operation:
Saturday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm ET
Doors will be locked for class from 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Free meditation from 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Phone: (317) 779-0065

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