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17 June 2019
Spirituality
My name is Dr. Amishi Jha and I am the director of contemplative neuroscience for the mindfulness research and practice initiative and an associate professor of psychology at the University of Miami. I’m a neuroscientist and I study attention in my l...
17 June 2019
Spirituality
Today we’re going to practice mindful breathing. The breath is the foundational practice of mindfulness, as it is the one experience we can have that is pretty similar in the present moment. Breath can be a little shallow or a little deeper, but the ...
17 June 2019
Spirituality
Join us Thursday, August 8th for a free online meditation.Mindful.org is hosting a diverse group of powerful Mindful women from across the country for an online meditation guided by author and mindfulness pioneer Mirabai Bush.We’re sitting in silence...
17 June 2019
Zen
By Leo BabautaThere’s a subtle, mindful shift that we can make as we tackle any task, enter any project, start any conversation, move into any activity … and this small shift can make a huge difference.The shift is a softening, a warming, an opening....
15 June 2019
Buddhism
This is a 82-minute dharma talk with Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh from Hanoi during the “Engaged Buddhism” retreat. This is the third talk on May 7, 2008 and the talk is offered in English. Walking MeditationHow can we enjoy walking? How can we use bre...
15 June 2019
Buddhism
Nothing is permanent, so everything is precious. Here’s a selection of some happenings—fleeting or otherwise—in the Buddhist world this week.Good News for Pride Month: Bhutan Moves to Decriminalize HomosexualityIn a move fit for Pride Month, Bhutan’s...

A mind that is seeking is not a passionate mind and to come upon love without seeking it is the only way to find it - to come upon it unknowingly and not as the result of any effort or experience. Such a love, you will find, is not of time; such a love is both personal and impersonal, is both the one and the many.

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Toning the entire body

When most people think of yoga, they think of a gentle, relaxed stretch. This is not without reason: yoga's stress-relieving properties are well-documented. People often forget, however, that yoga is an exercise and does promote muscle toning, endurance and flexibility.

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Targeting problem areas

People often go to a yoga class to relieve specific physical tension and get more limber. “My neck is tight today” or “I really need to loosen up my hips” or “My hamstrings could use some stretching” – have you heard requests like these before?  So today we will explore what it takes to target a specific area. 

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Increased core stability

Core stability is essential for proper load balance within the spine, pelvis, and kinetic chain. The so-called core is the group of trunk muscles that surround the spine and abdominal viscera. Abdominal, gluteal, hip girdle, paraspinal, and other muscles work in concert to provide spinal stability.

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Guided Meditation Techniques

Would you like to learn how to meditate? Does regular focused relaxation, stress reduction and increased calmness sound appealing? Join us for our weekly guided meditation sessions. Group meditation and individual private sessions are available to fit your individual needs. 

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