Free Monday Evening Meditation

Meditation practice can help us meet what is going on in our lives with more awareness and compassion. In this 50-minute session, we will practice different forms of meditation such as mindful breathing, deep breathing, body relaxation, lovingkindness/self-compassion meditation, and gentle stretching. There will be time to check-in and ask questions about meditation practice and receive practice support. Suitable for all levels of experience. Free and open to all. Led by Mary Rothfusz.

To attend please register here:

Please allow up to a week to receive the zoom link. 

If you do not have Zoom already or are not familiar with Zoom:

· Please download the free Zoom app on your computer, phone, or tablet. Please be sure your video is enabled. (Computer is strongly recommended if possible).

· If you are not sure how to use Zoom:

o    Please watch this short tutorial on how to Join a Zoom Call

o    Please watch this short tutorial on how to access video and audio on Zoom.

· You will need to be in a space such as a room in your home or office that is private, quiet and where you can meditate. (Not moving around, not on the subway, train, bus, in a car, eating, multitasking, etc). 

· Make sure you have a stable internet connection.

· Headphones are recommended but not required. 

· When you sign on for class please close all other tabs and programs, and have your phone away/on silent.

· Please mute your microphone during the meditation to reduce background noise. 
This is what is included in the weekly emails:

If you are new to the meditation groups, please review the guidelines for group participation before you attend: Meditation Group Guidelines

Meditation resources spreadsheet, compiled by our group members. Will continue to be updated. Feel free to contribute your favorite online meditation resources, apps, books, etc. 

Dial-In Information

Questions about daily sessions, 1-1 sessions, or MBSR courses, email Mary:

Monday, December 26, 2022 at 5:00pm to 5:50pm

Virtual Event