May
22
Sun
Direct Path Meditation
May 22 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Direct Path Meditation

This approach to meditation is offered as a shared exploration of our true nature and the nondual tradition. It is not meditation practice as a tool of self-improvement, but more as an opportunity for effortless rest and self-discovery. The difference between these two approaches becomes clear in this class.

What to expect:

Short dialogue followed by a gentle guided meditation that follows.

 

May
24
Tue
Weekly Meditation – FREE
May 24 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Free Class Weekly – Are you curious about meditation and would like to try? Do you have experience and would simply like to meditate with others? In either case, you are welcome to join in each week.

Meditation in a supportive group setting is one way to really explore what meditation is and pave the way to bringing the benefits of meditation into daily life. This class will offer guided meditation to help work with mind and thought and allowing being present and balanced, grounded and centered.

One benefit of group meditation is simply being together. The fact that we took time for ourselves and to explore meditation together is in itself a transformative act. When people say they cannot do it, I would say that they haven’t discovered a way that draws them in…. yet.

What to expect:
A short dialogue, followed by a 30 – 40 minutes of gentle guided meditation with silence throughout.

Please arrive on time. Thank you.

May
25
Wed
Direct Path Yoga
May 25 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This sister class to Direct Path Meditation is a guided exploration that does not require having experience with yoga experience. What is of greater value is a genuine interest in exploring the true nature of being.

In this class, you are guided to explore the subtleties of experience and the unconscious beliefs we hold, in order to free ourselves from these beliefs and therefore live our lives from a much freer perspective. The benefits of this class are experienced in daily life as greater peace and openness overall. Most classes will have a very gentle restorative flow of postures, but the focus is not on physical fitness.

May
26
Thu
Hatha Yoga I
May 26 @ 8:00 pm – 9:15 pm

A yoga class that follows a gentle flow of postures to help us stretch out after the long day, smoothing out and harmonizing our energy and increasing circulation. This class helps to de-stress and rejuvenate.

Pace: Gentle to Moderate

May
29
Sun
Direct Path Meditation
May 29 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Direct Path Meditation

This approach to meditation is offered as a shared exploration of our true nature and the nondual tradition. It is not meditation practice as a tool of self-improvement, but more as an opportunity for effortless rest and self-discovery. The difference between these two approaches becomes clear in this class.

What to expect:

Short dialogue followed by a gentle guided meditation that follows.

 

May
31
Tue
Weekly Meditation – FREE
May 31 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Free Class Weekly – Are you curious about meditation and would like to try? Do you have experience and would simply like to meditate with others? In either case, you are welcome to join in each week.

Meditation in a supportive group setting is one way to really explore what meditation is and pave the way to bringing the benefits of meditation into daily life. This class will offer guided meditation to help work with mind and thought and allowing being present and balanced, grounded and centered.

One benefit of group meditation is simply being together. The fact that we took time for ourselves and to explore meditation together is in itself a transformative act. When people say they cannot do it, I would say that they haven’t discovered a way that draws them in…. yet.

What to expect:
A short dialogue, followed by a 30 – 40 minutes of gentle guided meditation with silence throughout.

Please arrive on time. Thank you.

Jun
1
Wed
Direct Path Yoga
Jun 1 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

This sister class to Direct Path Meditation is a guided exploration that does not require having experience with yoga experience. What is of greater value is a genuine interest in exploring the true nature of being.

In this class, you are guided to explore the subtleties of experience and the unconscious beliefs we hold, in order to free ourselves from these beliefs and therefore live our lives from a much freer perspective. The benefits of this class are experienced in daily life as greater peace and openness overall. Most classes will have a very gentle restorative flow of postures, but the focus is not on physical fitness.

Jun
2
Thu
Hatha Yoga I
Jun 2 @ 8:00 pm – 9:15 pm

A yoga class that follows a gentle flow of postures to help us stretch out after the long day, smoothing out and harmonizing our energy and increasing circulation. This class helps to de-stress and rejuvenate.

Pace: Gentle to Moderate

Jun
5
Sun
Direct Path Meditation
Jun 5 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Direct Path Meditation

This approach to meditation is offered as a shared exploration of our true nature and the nondual tradition. It is not meditation practice as a tool of self-improvement, but more as an opportunity for effortless rest and self-discovery. The difference between these two approaches becomes clear in this class.

What to expect:

Short dialogue followed by a gentle guided meditation that follows.

 

Jun
7
Tue
Weekly Meditation – FREE
Jun 7 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Free Class Weekly – Are you curious about meditation and would like to try? Do you have experience and would simply like to meditate with others? In either case, you are welcome to join in each week.

Meditation in a supportive group setting is one way to really explore what meditation is and pave the way to bringing the benefits of meditation into daily life. This class will offer guided meditation to help work with mind and thought and allowing being present and balanced, grounded and centered.

One benefit of group meditation is simply being together. The fact that we took time for ourselves and to explore meditation together is in itself a transformative act. When people say they cannot do it, I would say that they haven’t discovered a way that draws them in…. yet.

What to expect:
A short dialogue, followed by a 30 – 40 minutes of gentle guided meditation with silence throughout.

Please arrive on time. Thank you.