Anyone interested in starting or continuing a meditation practice. This group is targeted for people with anxiety or in recovery from substance/ behavioral addiction. 

Thursdays 11:30am-12:30pm

If you are someone who is interested in starting or continuing a meditation practice, we have the perfect group for you. Our meditation group is specifically tailored for individuals dealing with anxiety or in recovery from substance or behavioral addiction. Join us on Thursdays from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm and embark on a journey of self-discovery and inner peace.

Meditation is a powerful practice that has been used for centuries to calm the mind, reduce stress, and promote overall well-being. It involves training the mind to focus and redirect thoughts, allowing for a deeper sense of awareness and tranquility. Whether you are a beginner or have prior experience with meditation, our group provides a supportive and nurturing environment for your practice.

Anxiety can be overwhelming and can greatly impact one’s quality of life. Through the practice of meditation, individuals with anxiety can learn techniques to manage their symptoms and cultivate a greater sense of calm and control. Our group sessions provide a safe space for participants to share their experiences and learn from one another, fostering a sense of community and support.

In addition to anxiety, our meditation group also welcomes individuals in recovery from substance or behavioral addiction. Recovery is a journey that requires ongoing self-reflection, coping skills, and a strong support network. Meditation can play a vital role in the recovery process by helping individuals develop mindfulness, emotional resilience, and a greater understanding of their inner selves. By incorporating meditation into their lives, participants can find solace, clarity, and a renewed sense of purpose.

Our group meets every Thursday from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm, providing a dedicated time and space for meditation practice. The sessions are facilitated by experienced meditation instructors who understand the unique challenges and needs of individuals with anxiety or in recovery. They guide participants through various meditation techniques, such as focused breathing, body scan, loving-kindness, and mindfulness, tailoring the practice to suit the group’s specific requirements.

Attending our group sessions offers numerous benefits beyond the immediate relaxation and stress reduction that meditation provides. Regular meditation practice has been shown to improve emotional well-being, enhance concentration and focus, promote self-acceptance, and foster a greater sense of compassion and empathy towards oneself and others. It is a holistic approach to self-care that nurtures the mind, body, and spirit.

By participating in our meditation group, you will not only gain valuable tools and techniques for managing anxiety or addiction recovery but also become part of a supportive community. Connecting with others who share similar experiences can be incredibly empowering and inspiring. You will have the opportunity to exchange insights, offer encouragement, and receive support from individuals who truly understand your journey.

We understand that scheduling can be challenging, which is why we have chosen Thursdays from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm as our dedicated meeting time. This midday session provides a convenient break in the day to step away from the demands of work or other commitments and focus on your well-being. Whether you are new to meditation or have been practicing for a while, we welcome you to join us and experience the transformative power of meditation.

In conclusion, our meditation group offers a nurturing and supportive space for individuals dealing with anxiety or in recovery from substance or behavioral addiction. Through regular practice and guidance from experienced instructors, you can develop valuable skills to manage anxiety, promote recovery, and cultivate inner peace. Join us every Thursday from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm and embark on a journey of self-discovery, healing, and growth. Remember, you are not alone, and together, we can create a path towards a more balanced and fulfilling life.

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