Forgiveness Meditation Course
Our forgiveness meditation course is a four week course in which we will investigate the meditative practices of forgiveness. We will work with both ourselves and others, cultivating a heart that is able to forgive.
Our Relationship to Self
This course is a six week investigation of how we can respond with more patience, kindness, understanding, and wisdom toward ourselves. Through mindfulness, metta, appreciative joy, and compassion practices, we will work to strengthen our relationship with ourselves.
Meditation Course for Concentration
Concentration is one of the most important meditation practices. Standing alone, deep states of concentration can lead to great insight. It also is a quality which many of us struggle with in and out of meditation. In this course, we will cultivate a concentrated mind that benefits us on and off the cushion.
Focusing on the Breath: Learning to Meditate with the Breath
When you think of meditation, you may think of sitting with the breath. It is one of the most foundational practices, and in this meditation course we will look at different ways to practice with the breath.
Movement Meditation Course
Most people think of meditation as a quiet, sitting practice. In this four week course, we will look at ways to cultivate mindfulness while moving. This course will include walking meditation, yoga, and Qigong.
Body-Awareness Meditation Course
This six week course offers an in-depth look at ways in which we can practice with the body. Including body scans, walking meditation, compassion for the body, and more, we will work to bring awareness to our relationships with our bodies.
Meditations for Women
Led by Elizabeth, this six week course for those that identify as female will investigate experience through mindfulness, gratitude, and more. Together we will look at our experience as women in the world, our relationships with our bodies, and our relationships with others.
The Five Hindrances Meditation Course
The Five Hindrances are five states of mind that all of us run up against in and out of meditation practice. In this course, we will investigate the presence of these hindrances, how to meet them with kind awareness, and what freedom may look like from each hindrance.