It can be difficult and sometimes feel impossible to slow down and be in the present moment. Embodied meditation is one way to create space for yourself in a busy world. Meditation might at times feel calming, joyous, and expansive, or feel like a frustrating or uncomfortable endeavour. Whether you find a sense of peace, fear that you are not doing it “right,” or feel frustrated with your unsettled mind, your experience will be welcome and met with compassion.
We invite you to join us for a day of learning about the myths and benefits of meditation as you practice and connect with yourself and others. We will discuss how meditation positively influences our neurological responses to stress and opens up potential for new or different ways of being. Through gently guided sensory practices you can explore your own limits and discover how meditation is useful to you. This group is a unique opportunity to connect with yourself and share with others about the real experiences of meditation.