Learn to Meditate Workshop: Simple, Easy, Every Day (SEED) Method
January 25 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Are you looking for a way to relax, calm your mind, deal with stress, and improve your mood and health?
In this fun and interactive 3-hour “Learn to Meditate” no fluff workshop, you’ll learn how to set up your own personal practice at home starting with 5 minutes a day.
I specialize in teaching people how to integrate a simple and easy meditation practice into their lives.
This comprehensive workshop is designed to give you the tools and knowledge to establish a Simple, Easy, Every Day (SEED) meditation practice in the comfort of your own home and the convenience of your schedule.
You’ll learn powerful, time-tested practices that are simple and easy to do to improve your health, calm your mind, and build your resilience to stress.
The mainstay of the program is a meditation technique that has you focus on your breath and a silent sound, or mantra, that helps you to direct your attention inward and go beyond your thoughts to re-connect with that place of peace. The technique is powerful, yet simple to do.
The workshop includes:
- An introduction to a meditation practice that is not tied to any religious or spiritual traditions.
- Discovering mindfulness in everyday life.
- Understanding the effects of stress: how it accumulates and how to release it.
- Becoming intimate with the way your mind works.
- Ways in which meditation changes your brain and the findings in neuroplasticity.
- Three ingredients and five essentials for any meditation practice.
- Easy to use meditation techniques.
- How to meditate anywhere and create your own personal practice.
- Peace finder practices- what to do when you’re stressed at work or other situations.
- The difference between meditation and mindfulness.
- How to tap into your intuition to live in alignment with your core values.
- A powerful heart-centred practice with 3 questions that are powerful for gaining clarity about questions in your life.
- Exploring the difference between guided meditations and meditating on your own.
You’ll receive an audio recording and a “Beginner’s Guide to Meditation’ to help your new practice stick.
By the end of the workshop, you’ll be empowered to begin your new meditation and mindfulness practice that will help you thrive physically, emotionally and spiritually.
If you’re unable to attend this workshop but would like to be notified of upcoming workshops, please subscribe to my newsletter. When you do you will automatically receive “A Beginner’s Guide to Meditation” to get you started with a simple meditation practice. The guide also includes a link to a free app which will give you access to thousands of guided meditation. You can sign up and access your guide here:
Is meditation experience necessary?
No, this workshop ideal if you have no experience with meditation. You’ll also get a lot out of it if you’ve dabbled in meditation but would like to learn more about.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
1. The free city parking lot, just off 12th St SE (just before the bridge that crosses the river between Inglewood and the Zoo). Going north on 12th St SE, turn right onto the driveway into the parking lot, the last turn right before the bridge.
2. There is a sign that says Rouge Restaurant parking. Lots of free unlimited spots in there. It is across from the city free parking on 12th St. you would turn left.
3. Free parking on 13th St SE. Going north off of 9th onto 13th St. you will see a crescent with the walking paths leading to the river. You can park there.
4. There is parking behind the Inglewood Credit Union (1328 9 Ave SE) that is free after 6:00 pm. There is a back ally to this off of 13 St SE or 12 St SE. Across from the bank parking lot you will see a Buddha beside a light colored garage. Please follow the path.
What can I bring to the workshop?
Wear something that is comfortable. You won’t need a meditation cushion as most people prefer to meditate in a chair.
For your comfort and warmth bring an indoor pair of shoes or slippers.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
or phone 403-510-4231.