Loving - Kindness

Developing skills in loving kindness helps people when they are troubled or stuck by difficult emotional states. 

This class explores the Loving-kindness meditation practice taught by the Buddha, meant to develop mental habits of selfless or altruistic...

Thoughts & Emotions

Learn how thoughts and feelings become the “motion” part of E-motion and understanding the effects emotional movement has on our bodies, both good and bad, is a foundational step in meditation that allows for healthy ways of coping  with stress, disa...


If you want to know what mindfulness really is, it’s best to try it for a while.

What is the Mind? We know that the mind is not our brain. The mind is not what we think, and the mind is not what we feel.  

We’re going to define the mind as our consciousness. A...

Our Breath:

Breath not only gives us life, it

defines how we are 

perceiving our lives in any given moment

What to bring to class: Your meditation mat or a pillow that can be sat on.

When the breath wanders the mind also is unsteady. But when the breath is calmed the...

Creating Space: a Routine

A little Meditation Group

Creating Space:   A  daily ritual place to create personal sacred space, a guide for families.

Note: In class we will have dried flowers and herbs to add to our mats. If your child has any allergies please let...

January 25, 2018

Daily rituals help form our meditation practices. Here's one that only takes a few minutes complete. It's easy for both kids and adults to do and it can be used as a start or a finish to your meditation sessions.

October 17, 2017

The eastern perspective of the whole person consists of 3 bodies.  They are called the Tan Tiens.

Taoist practices teach that we have a physical body a mental body and a spirit body.  

All 3 of our bodies: our physical bodies our mental/emotional bodies and our spiritual...

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