In this class you’ll explore the connection between the breath, emotions and mind.
Each week you’ll have time to discuss how the mind transitions into a meditative state and the challenges it may experience along the way.
Questions are welcomed and encouraged!
We’ll begin our practice by using the breath to relax the mind. We’ll then sit for a 20 minute guided meditation together.
This class is beneficial for those who are new to meditation or who are more experienced, especially if you like meditating in a group.
Feel free to drop in to any of the sessions and mediate with us.
Payment by donation, monthly membership, or class card.
About your teacher – Natalie Kaharick
Natalie was first exposed to the practice of yoga in her teens, as part of a high school PE class. In college, her positive experience on the mat led her to attend a workshop called the Art of Living course. Impressed with the techniques she learned and the clarity of mind it brought her, Natalie trained to become a certified instructor. She has been teaching yoga, pranayama and meditation programs for over a decade and loves sharing these techniques with others.
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I have 3 joint replacements and back issues, don’t know if that is a problem for these classes but have done yoga YEARS ago. Still meditate. I’ve been looking for a class to get back into it with a group. Hope I’ll be a fit
This meditation class will be fine for you. You can sit in a chair, the floor, or our meditation chairs.
Sorry the class was cancelled. maybe the time of the group wasn’t good? I would be interested in a meditation group, but not on Sunday afternoon. I am a realtor, so a weekday afternoon or an early evening class would work for me. But, I am just one person. Maybe you could ask Jessiaca to do an “interest survey” and possibly come up with a group that would commit to meeting. Thanks, Josée
The class was cancelled for Memorial Day weekend. It resumes this weekend – May 31st and will continue as long as there is interest.