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Beginning Meditation with Aditi Grandy

Have you tried meditation and not felt successful? Or you’ve wanted to learn to meditate, but don’t know where to start?  Ready to start the new year with meditation?

This 4 week course is based in the Vedic/yoga tradition.  Course includes:

·       Meditation practices that bring the mind to silence and increase energy.

·       Learn the benefits of meditation for your body, mind and soul.

·       Personalized session to tune your meditation practice to you.

·       Explore mantra, mudras, pranayama, and kriya (energy movement practice).

·       Instruction for home meditation practice

Meditation is a scientifically proven practice which heightens our sense of awareness; increases our ability to process information more efficiently; and drastically reduces stress, tension, and restless thought patterns and behaviour.  It is not simply sitting quietly in a room full of candles but an active practice to still the active thoughts and emotions that continually bombard our minds.

If practiced daily with earnestness, meditation is 100% guaranteed to have an effect, to shift the way thoughts flow through your mind, decrease stress, and increase sense of well being. 

If you’re looking for a meditation practice based in the tradition of yoga, this course is for you!

Course is open to all including pregnant women and their partners.

Sunday Jan 7 - 27, 6:30-8:30pm

Course fee $100 per person; No one excluded due to financial ability. Please inquire. Email Aditi.

About Aditi:

Aditi’s study of meditation started in 1988. She studied many forms of meditation including contemplative prayer, Quaker, Zen, and Insight Meditation. In 2013, she traveled to India to study with Anand Mehrotra, founder of Sattva and master teacher.  She has been meditating daily since.  Aditi has completed over 500hrs yoga teacher training with Anand, including focused training for teaching meditation.

Register here.

If you have questions, email Aditi at aditigrandy@gmail.com

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