25% of large US companies have launched stress-reduction initiatives, and that number is growing.
— The Economist

Silent Sitting Meditation

30 MINUTES 

Silent sitting meditation is for practitioners who are comfortable meditating without audible guidance.

  • Warm-up exercises (5 mins.)
  • Guided meditation (15-20 mins.)
  • Inquiry (Q&A) (5-10 mins.)
  • Your location (adequate space is required)
  • Meditation cushions not included; chairs are ok

Notes on Silent Sitting Meditation classes:

  • Free 30-minute introductory orientation included with purchase of classes
  • Free 30-minute orientations available each month (optional)
  • Additional practice forums available on a weekly or monthly basis for more in-depth Q&A

Guided Sitting Meditation

30 MINUTES

For meditators who prefer a little direction, we offer guided sitting meditation. Guidance can be in the form of compassion, gratitude, lovingkindness, and other topics.

  • Warm-up exercises (5 mins.)
  • Guided meditation (15-20 mins.)
  • Inquiry (Q&A) (5-10 mins.)
  • Your location (adequate space is required)
  • Meditation cushions not included; chairs are ok

Notes on Guided Sitting Meditation classes:

  • Free 30-minute introductory orientation included with purchase of classes
  • Free 30-minute orientations available each month (optional)
  • Additional practice forums available on a weekly or monthly basis for more in-depth Q&A

 

     

    Walking Meditation

    Prefer to be active during your meditation? Walking meditation can be a great supplement for sitting meditation, allowing our bodies to move as we meditate.

    • Warm-up exercises (5 mins.)
    • Walking meditation (15-20 mins.)
    • Inquiry (Q&A) (5-10 mins.)
    • Your location (adequate outdoor space is required)

    Notes on Walking Meditation classes:

    • Free 30-minute introductory orientation included with purchase of classes
    • Free 30-minute orientations available each month (optional)
    • Additional practice forums available on a weekly or monthly basis for more in-depth Q&A
    “Happiness is your nature. It is not wrong to desire it. What is wrong is seeking it outside when it is inside.”
    — Ramana Maharshi