Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation Course starts June 26th

When: June 26 through July 31, six Sundays from Noon to 2pm

Where: Children’s Classroom Building (west of the main church sanctuary – the street number on the building is 2206) at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Stanislaus County on 2172 Kiernan Ave. between Carver and Dale Rds., Modesto, CA.

This is a 6-week Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation course taught by Lori Wong. The course will include progressive instructions, exercises and practice which build from each previous week. The course is designed for those new to meditation but can also be used to deepen or support practice for those who are already familiar with mindfulness meditation.
All are welcome to drop-in, although the greatest benefit will be for those who attend all of the 6-week series.  If you wish to sit on a cushion or mat, please bring your own. The floor is carpeted. Chairs will be provided.

The teachings and meetings are offered freely, without charge, as a gift to all who wish to come.  Donations are gratefully accepted, but the wish is for those donations to come joyfully from whatever generosity may arise naturally from your heart. There is no expectation or obligation to make a donation.  One of the UUFSC members has volunteered to offer child care for three of the Sundays – if some of you are willing to help volunteer to watch the children for parents who want to participate, that would be a wonderful and generous offering.  We need coverage for 3 more Sundays.

If you have questions or wish to sign up for this course, please contact Lori Wong by email (insightmeditationmodesto@gmail.com) or phone (209.343.2748).

Intro Course June 2011 Printable Flyer

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