Research shows that a regular meditation practice can restore emotional balance, reduce stress, improve health and actually change the brain’s gray matter. Practitioners report a greater sense of well-being, contentment, and feeling of connection to others. Mindful meditation helps one awaken to the richness of each moment in life. With practice, one can become aware of habitual reactions to stressors and discover new ways of responding to life’s challenges.
Weekly Mindfulness Drop-In Sessions
Thursday evenings: 7 – 8 p.m., Ongoing
Yoga for Living, 1926 Greentree Road, Cherry Hill, NJ
$13 drop-in rate, $50 class card
Mindful meditation practice allows one to cultivate a life rooted in presence, wisdom and compassion. These sessions, based on modern science and ancient wisdom, may include
- instruction, discussion, and short talks
- guided meditations to settle the mind, open the heart and enhance body awareness
- strategies for integrating mindfulness in daily living
Beginner and experienced meditators are invited to join a community of people seeking to live with more clarity, authenticity and open-heartedness.
Hundreds of peer-reviewed studies verify that mindfulness can reduce stress, improve attention, boost the immune system, reduce emotional reactivity, and promote a general sense of health and well-being. It is no surprise that this practice has steadily grown in popularity.
Nurturing Self Compassion, Well-Being and Wisdom throughout the Aging Process
Dates: Thursday evenings, September 28, October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, 16
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Location: Yoga for Living, 1926 Greentree Rd., Cherry Hill, NJ
For more information or to register, contact: email@example.com or 856-768-7187
We can experience aging as a curse or a blessing depending on our attitude. During these 8- weeks, through mindfulness practice, dialogue and reflection, we will open a conversation about living with more aliveness, gratitude and love as we move forward. Please join us as we …
- Explore and challenge the age related stereotypes prevalent in our youth oriented culture
- Open up to new ways of living with intention, meaning and purpose, beyond familiar roles
- Recognize our role as elders in the community and the responsibility of handing down wisdom gained through life experience
- Cultivate self-compassion for the body, mind and emotions as we journey though the final third of life finding peace in the face of uncertainty
- Let our awareness of death be our guide to living more fully, authentically, and open-heartedly
- Learn practices that will support us during this phase of life
This is a rare opportunity to move gently towards our anxieties about aging in an intimate and supportive setting.
Mindfulness 8-Week Foundation Course
Wednesday evenings: 6:30 – 9:00 p.m., Starting September, 2017
Register through: Penn Program for Mindfulness
Classes held at Virtua Center for Health and Fitness, 401 Young Ave., Moorestown, NJ
Learn meditation techniques to calm the mind, deal with disturbing thoughts and emotions, focus attention, enhance the mind-body connection and improve relationships. Through experiential learning, discussion and daily practice, you can develop inner resources for making positive changes in your life. For more information on Mindfulness, please visit the “Resources” page of this site.
A sampling of comments from recent course evaluations:
“Fantastic journey (guided) of self-discovery and spiritual development: Look forward to each new moment and day of awareness and unlearning of things from the past 15 years. Very grateful. ” Julie S.
“I found this class awesome and life-changing.” Lauren P.
“Lori was outstanding. Skeptical going in but discovered a higher purpose when finished course. Never finished growing, learning, improving.” Steve B.
Introduction to Mindfulness in the Workplace – 4 hour-long sessions at your place of business. Covers the basics of Mindfulness Meditation and includes guided meditations for at-home practice. Or, tailor the instruction to your workplace and any issues taking place (stress, tension between staff, etc.).