Intro to Mindfulness Meditation - Virtual Series

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Cost: FREE * Registration required to receive Zoom link

LCC Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation Virtual

*Free registration required to receive Zoom link

Monday and Wednesdays: October 12, 14, 19, and 21 each from 6-7 p.m. via Zoom

Why & How to Meditate

What causes us to feel stressed, anxious, fatigued?

We will review the science behind the benefits of Mindfulness practices, the role of thoughts and the value of connecting with the "present moment."

We will also discuss and practice a variety of approaches and techniques to help reduce stress and encourage a greater sense of ease.

Topics to be covered: Scientific brain research - daily mindfulness practices - techniques for walking and seated Mindfulness Meditation. How to handle "obstacles/issues" as they arise.

About the teacher:
Sheila began a dedicated meditation practice several decades ago. In 2000 she completed her Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training, seamlessly joining mindfulness with the experience of movement.

She offers the teachings of Vipassana/Insight Meditation and Mindfulness Practices that have been her practice since 2012. She is currently studying with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach through the Greater Good Science Center (University of Berkley California) and Awareness Training Institute (ATI).

Sheila's goal is to make meditation easily accessible to anyone with expressed interest in the journey, and believes it requires curiosity, patience, and the willingness to be a beginner every day.

Sheila Klapper

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