July 26th-August 19th Online
Too stressed to meditate? We’ll teach you how to slow down, be more present and find a deeper connection with self. Meditation improves overall health, concentration and creativity. It helps to cure insomnia, relieves anxiety and it even strengthens the immune system. Designed with the beginner in mind, this 30-day introduction to meditation course launches your journey to better health and greater peace. We’ll meet once a week, you’ll receive daily emails with morning and evening meditations as well as opportunities to journal and track progress. For the summer session of Lift Off, CULTIVATING GRATITUDE will be woven through all of the teachings. Choose from three class times. Live-streamed classes consist of guided meditation, practice and time for Q&A.
Experience is not necessary but advance registration is.
What you get:
:: Daily email with morning and evening meditations
:: Guided journaling that promotes development of a meditation practice
:: Drip-by-drip process that anyone can do
:: Five, 45-minute, live-streamed, group classes led by Jona
:: Three class times to choose from and if you miss a week, the recording will be sent to you
:: Classes that consist of guided meditation, practice and time for Q&A.
:: A maximum of 8 other students per class with the opportunity to meet and chat with up to 26 other new meditators participating in the program.
:: Discount on Virtual Private Meditation Sessions while enrolled in Lift Off
:: 10% off your next Samadhi for Peace virtual course.
What to expect:
:: Guidance from an experienced and compassionate teacher
:: LIVE instruction at a fraction of the cost
:: Understand the mechanics of meditation
:: Small class sizes
:: Gain the ability to meditate on your own with confidence
:: Learn to use a meditation journal
:: Receive practical tools for weaving meditation into a busy life
:: Decreased anxiety
:: Better sleep
:: A course that is accessible to new meditators of all ages.
:: Special summer session focus: CULTIVATING GRATITUDE with meditation
:: Our next session begins July 26th, 2014.