Why a Mindfulness Practice Center?
The Monadnock Mindfulness Practice Center offers a quiet environment and a, supportive community to facilitate mindfulness practice. Regular practice allows easier access to the quiet reserves that exist within each of us.
The Monadnock Mindfulness Practice Center has no membership
fees. Donations of all types are necessary to keep the center going,
and your support would be most welcome.
INTRODUCTION TO MINDFULNESS MEDITATION
Mindfulness Meditation involves learning to pay attention, connecting the mind and body in the present moment. The course will explore basic techniques that develop a calm and openhearted approach to living through challenging times and circumstances.
Wednesday evenings, Sept. 18-Nov. 6, 6:30-8:30,
Ginnie Gavrin has earned a Masters Degree in Counseling where she focused on integrating meditation into working through life crises. She is a member of the Board and a facilitator at the Mindfulness Center.
Aylene Wozmak has been a Hospice Nurse with for 20 years. She received clinical training in Mind/Body Medicine through Harvard Medical School Dept. of Continuing Medical Education. She is Chairperson of the Board as well as a facilitator at the Center.
presents numerous barriers to a mindful state:
The Monday night book reading group will begin reading "How To Meditate"
The book group meets on Mondays from 7:30-8:15pm. Anyone is welcome and one does not need to commit to coming every Monday.
Tom Bassarear, who leads the group, will go to Toadstool Bookstore on Tuesday, September 3 to place an order. Toadstool gives the Center a 25% discount so the cost of the book will be $17.50. If you wish to get a copy of the book, e-mail Tom at email@example.com. You can pay him on September 9 when he will give out the books –– cash or check.
MONADNOCK MINDFULNESS PRACTICE CENTER