‘How to Sit’ a meditation series

In Yoga and Meditation the phrase ‘to sit’ means to take a seat to meditate.  We will use Thich Nhat Hanh’s, one of the best known Zen teachers in the world today, book ‘How to Sit’ as our guide for this series.

You will:

  • Use the ‘How to Sit’ book
  • Learn how to sit comfortably
  • What to expect when you meditate
  • Learn different meditation tools and techniques
  • Practice meditation with the group
  • Be given guidelines to develop your personal meditation practice

Why meditate: The growing list of reasons and research why we should meditate

  • Reduces stress
  • Controls anxiety
  • Decreased loss of brain gray matter with age
  • Promotes emotional health
  • Enhances self-awareness
  • Lengthens attention spay
  • May reduce age related memory loss
  • Can generate kindness
  • May help fight addictions
  • Improves sleep
  • Helps control pain
  • Can decrease blood pressure
  • Creates a feeling of well-being

Dates:  April 2 – May 7,  six classes

When: 5:45 – 6:45 pm, weekly on Thursdays for six weeks

Where:  Virtual zoom platform

Price: $75.00    Register NOW!

Instructor:  Lynda Kennedy, E-RYT, YACEP, RYS, Kinesiologist, BS Clinical Psychology, 2 Yrs Nursing, 10,000+ hours of teaching experience.

Other Details:

  • Please pre-registration and order your book “How to Sit” by Thich Nhat Hanh about $6.00 on Amazon.
  • Dress comfortably
  • Bring a journal
  • Have blanket, pillows, perhaps an upright chair to prepare to sit.