Cathy Cebulski Sacco is an experienced mindfulness educator and consultant. She offers evidence-based, trauma-informed mindfulness and self-compassion courses, and creative workshops that help transform stress and anxiety while building positive brain connections for resilience, wellbeing and joy.

With a personal practice for over 20 years, Cathy has studied with well-known teachers in the field of mindfulness meditation and contemplation. She is a qualified teacher of the renowned Mindful Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) 8-week course through the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and Brown University, teaches the Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) 8-week course, and is a certified educator for Mindful Schools. She is also an adjunct professor of education at Xavier University and a certified Montessori teacher.

Cathy has presented locally and nationally on mindfulness topics, has been a member of several research teams, and a consultant for non-profits and for-profit companies, healthcare, pre-k-12, universities and the general public on mindfulness applications.

Cathy is also a visual artist and enjoys songwriting, singing and exploring nature, and is the founder of Be, which offers mindfulness education and practice.


Cathy creates paintings and drawings that evoke mystery, luminous beauty, and reflection. She writes about and explores the metaphor of between nature and life. Working primarily in mediums such as oil, pastel, charcoal and photography, her landscape and still life work vary in explosions of color, as well as in more subtle color and charcoal renderings.

Her artwork can be found in many private collections, and at Mica in downtown Cincinnati. She has exhibited in collections and juried group shows such as The Christ Hospital, The Cinergy Foundation, The YWCA, the Beringer Crawford Museum, Secret Artworks Top 100, Red Tree Gallery, and ADC Gallery, Art at the X: Celebrating Women, and Gallery One-One to name a few. Cathy has studied with M.K. Hurley, Greg Storer, Cole Carothers, Michael Scott, as well as at Villa Nova University, The Cincinnati Art Academy, the Provincetown Art and Writing Workshop, and Arrowmont School of Arts and Craft. Her studio is located at Brazee Street Studios in Cincinnati.