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6 weeks  July 10 - Aug 14
Tuesdays 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Sachi Wellness Center or Online

Meditation: 7:00 - 8:00pm
Optional Overtime Confab* 8:00-8:25pm


Join us for this friendly, easy going, and highly effective Group Meditation.

This six week series will focus on:

  • Practices to bring deep relaxation to the body,
  • Mind Training Techniques to quiet the mind,
  • Meditations to bring mindful presence to the breath.
  • Opening to change.

Once a week makes a difference!

Traditionally, group meditations are an integral part of any practice. Why? Because meditating together creates a field that enhances everyone's experience. Join us to help revive your personal practice or to reap the unique benefits that come from meditating with a group of like-minded individuals.

Available in person and online.
If you choose the online option you will be sent a link 15-ish minutes before class to allow you to join us from your phone or computer. Give it a try! It works!

Going on vacation?  Let me know and I'll be sure to send you the link to join us online from wherever you are... Alaska? Hawaii? Venice...?


NEW! Overtime Confab*
For those who can stay a little longer, this is a chance to ask questions and engage in some informal discussion and teaching. It's turning out to be the best part of the evening!

Confab informal (Confabulation)an informal private conversation or discussion.

Some previous meditation experience recommended. If brand new to meditation consider taking the HOW TO MEDITATE series in the fall.


Online Subscribers, remember to enter your discount code at checkout to receive your 15% discount!

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