What we're about

Suffering from stress? Been burnt out? Feel disconnected? Need to find balance in your life? Want to find gentle ways to stay flexible, balanced, and calm?

The source of stress is external. It is a normal part of life. We cannot stop stress, but we can change how we react to stress -- the Stress Response.

Instead of letting stress manage you, come join us, as we explore ways to calm our minds, to relax our bodies, to restore our vitality, to recharge our energy, to find our inner peace.

Find what works for the Relaxation Response in you...

Gentle movement to promote energy flow (learn to be in the present moment)
Effortless Guided Meditation to improve focus, to calm the mind (go inward, find relaxation)
Self-Hypnosis (use your subconscious mind to change your life)
Various techniques to help you release stress and relax

Upcoming events (5)

Fri Night - Relaxing Bedtime Story (Free Guided Meditation with Ty)

Do you enjoy guided meditation? Do you enjoy being led along a story? Do you enjoy relaxing? Come, join Ty for Friday nights and a relaxing visualization into nature, fantasy, or life events. Get comfortable, pillows, cover, whatever you need to relax. And, if you fall asleep, that's fine. Sessions tend to run 30-45 minutes Friday evenings, and they are free. Originally, Ty started offering these sessions for just his friends, then he opened them up to his email email list. Now, Ty is making these available to members of his DeStress Meetup group. Most of the attendees are not on Meetup, so do not expect a lot of RSVPs on Meetup. But, RSVPs are appreciated to let us know you are interested. We use the Zoom platform for these sessions. You do not need an account to join us, just the link for your computer, tablet or smart phone. The link is sent out by our scheduling system which you can reach by visiting https://VitalLIfeYoga.com. Click on the MENU TAB labeled "Register for Classes" and follow instructions there. When you BOOK a class, the system will display the Zoom link about 30 minutes prior to the class start. Just return to the class in the schedule system and click on the link using your computer, tablet or phone..

Sitting Meditation in the Park

Park on Park

Sanford Mindfulness Center has resumed our weekly Sitting Meditations. 9:30 am Thursdays 10:30 am Sundays The plan is to hold our practice outdoors at the Park on Park, off of Park Avenue between 8th and 9th Streets. Please join us! Bring a cushion and mat if you have them, or a folding chair. We look forward to maintaining a safe social distance from each other while still being together in our meditation practice. Please brigng a chair or some covering for the ground. Everyone is required to wear a face mask. Everyone will position themselves at least 6 feet apart. Looking forward to seeing all who can join us! Everyone is welcome to this free practice. Enjoy some safe time out of the house, practice meditation with a group, and make some new friends (at a safe distance). Any questions email [masked]. Please mention Meetup in your email message.

Gentle Yoga & Meditation for Mindfulness, Healing, and Stress Relief with Rachel

Coal (Center of Abundant Living)

Gentle Yoga & Meditation for Mindfulness, Healing, and Stress Relief with Rachel Chase (amanbir kaur) Stretch, Breathe, Strengthen - relax, renew, refresh yourself, and cultivate a calm, focused mind. Classes include energy healing and guided visualization, and sometimes crystal bowl sound healing. Mindfulness practice. FOR ALL LEVELS. Beginners welcome! BRING YOGA MAT. $15 or $50 for 5 class pack. $10 (with ID) students, seniors, military, police, fire, EMT (walk-ins welcome) Questions? Call Rachel (508)[masked]http://www.RachelChase.com

ONLINE FREE - Accessible Kundalini (chair or mat) Yoga -

Sat Nam Wellness Center

This class has gone online due to the need for us to be safe. The weekly Zoom links are being emailed to anyone interested for free. Just email [masked], tell him the name of the class and that you found for Wednesdays on MeetUp, and he will take care of you. People are attending from all over North America, so don't let location stop you. Some have their video on, and some turn on their video. You choose. Accessible Yoga that is available to everyone, regardless of their level of physical ability. You can practice in a chair or on a mat. Improve your health, change your attitude, and have some fun with this gentle, mindful, therapeutic, chair based approach to your yoga practice. We’ll explore the many ways that yoga practice can be modified to suit students with disabilities, physical challenges, chronic illness, seniors, and anyone who doesn’t feel comfortable in other yoga classes. Each session will open with a grounding practice to set the intention for the session. Then, we will step through a series of asanas (flexibility exercises or repetitive movements) with a focus on being mindful in the practice. Each asana in this type of yoga is adaptable to what ever your level of practice is for that day. Everyone will be doing self adjustments (adapting movements, taking rests) in each asana. Each asana will aid in expanding the body's flexibility, as well as assist in balancing the nervous and glandular systems. These exercises are typically done while sitting in a chair. If you prefer to use a yoga mat, please bring one with you. Between each asana, there will be an opportunity to relax and repeatedly to tune into the body, growing and expanding our awareness of the present moment. In addition, near the end of the session, we have a period of deep relaxation (shavasana) which often includes a teacher directed guided relaxation. We close each class with a short guided meditation for relaxation. The purpose of all yoga is to prepare the mind for meditation, and so in keeping with tradition, we unite the body, mind and spirit in a short meditation. Each session will start with the same sequence of asanas that are easy to remember, so you can lead your own practice at home between sessions and after the end of this workshop. Come join us while we have fun and work on issues such as: Arthritis Diabetes Disease Resistance Flexibility Hypertension As with any meditative process, this gentle, enjoyable movement practice is great for stress reduction. As with any movement practice, you must have the approval of your physician before starting. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothes. • What to bring Wear comfortable clothes that allow you to stretch. You might want to bring a water bottle. Do not judge the attendance by the number of RSVPs on Meetup. Most of the regulars are not on Meetup.

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SItting Meditation in the Park

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