Monadnock Mindfulness,

Since 2002 we have provided our community a quiet environment to learn and practice mindfulness, the art of bringing one’s full attention to the present moment. Cultivating this practice helps to develop a calm and openhearted approach to living. The practice of mindfulness enhances clarity, deepening our understanding of self and others while opening the capacity to make a positive difference in the world around us.

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Open five times a week, we welcome over 1000 people a year.

Basic instruction is provided for all levels of experience with meditation. 

Sessions are one hour with the first 45 minutes spent in meditation, followed by a 15 minute period for optional discussion.

Chairs, cushions and benches are provided. 

There are no fees, though donations are welcomed as we are a non-profit organization. 

Beginners are welcome and instruction is given.


Other contributions our Center continues to offer include:

Ø  A Monday night book group. We are currently reading Against the Stream by Noah Levine.

Ø  A weekly Mindful Yoga class, where instruction and guidance is provided to integrate mind and body, increasing flexibility of movement and openness of mind and heart      

Ø  A lending library

Ø  An occasional film night with a mindfulness theme

Ø  Occasional guest speakers:  Lama Gursam, noted Tibetan teacher and humanitarian, was at the Center in April 

Ø  Occasional day-long workshops for those who want to deepen their ongoing understanding of mindfulness meditation

Ø  Twice yearly 8-week Introduction to Meditation courses, taught by Aylene and Ginnie


The Center is not associated with any particular religious or faith community. Rather it is a conscious practice that can support other belief systems or stand alone.