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Learn to Meditate

We're not going to tell you why you should meditate, you already know the answers to that. Today, we're going to introduce you to our Sunday Meditation practice and maybe remove some of the mystery.



 

Class begins with an opening chant in traditional Sanskrit. Chanting these guttural sounds sends vibratory sound up and down the body's central energy channel, the spine. Even if chanting isn't your thing, you can hum for a similar effect.


Now that the energy is flowing, class moves to candle gazing and breathwork. Here, you'll learn breathing techniques designed to aid digestion, increase circulation, and enhance concentration.

The goal in this part of the class is to get the body physically ready to sit in meditation, while we prep the brain with pointed focus.


Next, you'll lie flat for a 61-point relaxation that takes you on a tour of your body, consciously relaxing each limb, joint, and cell.


Meditation begins: Enjoy a meditation practice that introduces you to your senses through heightened awareness. Watch your mind calm and relax as you teach your brain how it's done.


Class closes with additional chants to awaken your energy and send renewed strength through your whole being.


 

Join Meditation and Yoga teacher Terry Schoonmaker for this dynamic practice that surprises the spirit with a call to peace. Sundays at 6:00pm.


 
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