Drop-in Mindfulness Classes
Join me for one of my weekly “drop-in” classes held at various venues. Drop-ins can be 30-minutes or 1 hour in length depending on the venue and day you attend. All drop-in classes are free or donation-based depending on the venue. Classes are open to the public and suitable for both beginner and experienced meditators.
Weekly Saturday Drop-In, Claremont
An Hour of Mindfulness: Cultivate Calm Mind, Wise Heart, Ease & Well-Being
Join me each Saturday for a one hour drop-in Mindfulness class beginning January 4, 2020.
Mindfulness is linked to increased emotional regulation, decreased reactivity, improved focus and attentional skills, greater calm and ease. Through the practice of Mindfulness we can more skillfully work with difficult and challenging emotions, tame the non-stop thinking-mind, and cultivate positive emotions such as loving-kindness, compassion, joy & equanimity.
Specific practices and guided mediations are offered weekly. You are encouraged to use these practices throughout the week to help support calm, ease and well-being. No experience with Mindfulness is necessary. Beginner and experienced practitioners are welcome. Classes are held at the Buddhamouse Emporium in Claremont.
When: Saturdays beginning January 4 through May 30, 2020
Time: 10:30 - 11:30 am
Where: Buddhamouse Emporium, 134 Yale Ave. Claremont, CA 91711
Cost: Donation Based
Weekly Monday Mindfulness Drop-ins, University of La Verne
Join me every Monday at Noon for a 30-minute drop-in Mindfulness experience beginning February 3, 2020 through May 25, 2020. No registration and no fees. Just drop-in when you can. No experience with Mindfulness is necessary. Beginner and experienced welcome.
Start your week by connecting with calm, ease, and well-being. Mindfulness practice increases emotional regulation, reduces reactivity, improves focus and attention, and increases calm and ease.
Mindfulness classes are free to the general public, students, faculty and staff.
Dates: Every Monday beginning February 3 through May 25, 2020
Location: University of La Verne’s Ludwick Center Yoga/Quiet Room located in the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement - Corner of Bonita and B Street. There is plenty of street parking.
Directions: See https://laverne.edu/ and Campus Map https://laverne.edu/map/
Cost: Free to all participants
NOTE: If Monday classes don't work for you see flyer below for more options, including Energy Balancing with Dr. Niki Elliot; and Sound Meditation with Bil Owen.