Mindfulness is the practice of becoming acquainted with one’s own mind. It is knowing what is arising in the mind at any given time. As the mind becomes stronger through the practice of meditation, awareness is developed, which can lead to a decrease in stress, anxiety and suffering.
Yin Yoga is a gentle form of yoga and consists of postures that are mainly practiced seated or lying on the floor. Through the long holds of each posture, the practitioner accesses the connective tissues and fascia. This creates flexibility, mobility and energy within the body.
FREE Morning Guided Meditations
Start your day with the gift of meditation and mindful instruction as you are guided through a formal practice. This practice will calm the mind and body while introducing some basic concepts of the practices. No experience is required.
“When I took the introduction course with Karen I was looking for a place where I can connect with myself and establish a meditation routine in my life. I found much more than that. Karen is a wonderful instructor and a very kind person. She gives so much insight and wisdom during her lessons and she showed me how to cultivate Metta (loving kindness) within myself and to others.”
“Karen’s Introduction Course to Meditation has introduced me to a practice that has been life changing. I now have the knowledge to manage my internal dialogue and lead me to a more authentic and peaceful self.”
“There are many meditation teachers, each of whom have valuable insight to share. So who do you choose? The one that understands YOU and can relate to your life experiences and challenges. Karen is that teacher for me. I have enjoyed learning with her and will continue to do so.”
“Thank you Karen for your guidance and inspiration to practice mindfulness and meditation. Your years of practice and knowledge were evident in your weekly teachings. I looked forward to coming and learning every week. I highly recommend Karen’s Introductory course to Mindfulness and Meditation to anyone interested in learning how to live a more peaceful and mindful life.”