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Intro to Mindfulness & Meditation

The next class starts in JULY 2020.

In this class, you will learn, understand and experience various types of meditation. You will also learn about the benefits of meditation to manage stress, anxiety, physical pain, negative emotions and much more. In the process, we will also visit the practice of Mindfulness and its relationship with meditation.

This class is recommended for:

  • People who have never meditated but want to learn
  • People who have a very basic foundation of what meditation is 
  • People who have doubts about their meditation practice
  • Advanced students are also welcome!

Weekly topics

  • Session 1 – Preparation and Concentration
  • Session 2 – Mindfulness and the Body
  • Session 3 – Mindfulness and Emotions
  • Session 4 – Compassion and Authentic Happiness
  • Session 5 – Meditation in everyday life

Dates

Mondays and Wednesdays

JULY  27, 29 & AUGUST 3, 5 and 10

Hour

1pm New York

Criss Cuervo

Instructor

Criss has practiced meditation and mindfulness for over 7 years. She is the Founder of AlmayEspiritu, and her mission is to guide people in the transformation process of loving, accepting, and caring for themselves through culturally-attuned and secular meditation and mindfulness practices.

She is the author of PERTENÆCER: Eight-Week Mindfulness and Meditation Training and Practices for Latinx Immigrants in the US. Criss has a BA from the University of Illinois, an MA in Mindfulness from Lesley University, and she is currently getting a certification to teach Google’s mindfulness and emotional intelligence leadership training, Search Inside Yourself.

Charity Collier

Co-Instructor

Charity Collier is a meditation practitioner and teacher. Charity’s mission is to change the stigma around meditation and bring mindfulness meditation to everyone in the least intimidating manner. Charity holds a Master’s degree of Mindfulness Studies from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA.  In addition, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology and a certificate in Substance Abuse Counseling both from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Charity combines a three-fold education by bringing a mind, body and spirit connection to my meditation practice and teachings. Charity’s meditation teaching is for the everyday person who wants a better well-being for him or herself.

A main focus of Charity’s work has been working with people with addiction. Charity believes mindfulness and addiction treatment can be a vital way to recovery. Charity combines her education of the human body and addiction to use a mindfulness approach when working with clients dealing with addiction. Charity currently teaches meditation workshops, meditation groups and one on one mediation with clients of all walks of life, not exclusive to addiction.

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