The Wisdom House Collaborative is an Omaha-based non-profit working to bring more mindfulness to more people in more places throughout Nebraska. It's as simple as that.

We want to cultivate our area's mindfulness community by connecting people who are practicing, teaching and interested in mindfulness with resources, programs, organizations and training -- and just as importantly by connecting them with each other. 

A primary focus is cultivating well-being and mindfulness among students and teachers by providing mindfulness programming for schools and community. 

Our values are Clarity, Compassion, Collaboration, Community, and Generosity.
Opinions, guidance, or other expressions herein or related to our programming: speak for themselves; are offered as beneficial guides for people to see for themselves if they are helpful (please disregard if not helpful); and, are subject to change through open minds and open hearts:)

Brad Crosby
Airlite Plastics

Sonia Keffer
Heartland Family Service

Laura Marr
Liberty Elementary School

Jonnae Luck

CHI Health

Katie Tessin
Play Therapy Omaha

Katie Twit

Concord Mediation
Therese Vaughn
Fontenelle Elementary

Aaron Weiner
The Wisdom House Collaborative

Dr. Steve Wengel
University of Nebraska College of Medicine, 
Dept of Psychiatry

Dr. Larry Widman
Performance Mountain


Belinda Vacanti, Rosie Zweiback, Elizebeth Murphy

Laura Crosby, Dr. Louisa Foster

​The Wisdom House Collaborative Board

With the support of family and friends, the Weiner and Crosby families began the Wisdom House Collaborative in 2015. 

Support Educators and Students Here

​​​​"After 25 years practicing law, I wanted to take the opportunity to co-found the Wisdom House ​as a nonprofit helping steward mindfulness practice in our community. I am currently furthering my formal mindfulness training, deepening my practice and reaching out to cultivate resources and ​support for the Wisdom House mission."

Aaron Weiner

Executive Director & Co-Founder

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​More mindfulness 

for more people

in more places