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Meditation/Relaxation Class

Meditation Myths

Meditation Truths


Meditation:  By now we have all heard of the health benefits from relaxation and meditation. We know that stress causes most of our problems, from allergies to autoimmune diseases to eating disorders to heart attacks.  Meditation is also recommended as part of Cancer therapy.  There are simple tools available that we can use anywhere, anytime to help relieve the effects stress can have on our bodies. By putting into place a few techniques such as correct breathing, calming the mind, body, and spirit, and regular meditation, we can combat the negative stresses and strains that occur on a daily basis.

Conscious Living is a term used, in part, to describe being present every moment ~ living in the moment ~ staying in touch with every moment. When we live in the moment, we are able to immediately reduce our stress thus allowing our body, mind, and spirit the opportunity to remain healthy, make healthy choices, and treat ourselves and others with respect and dignity.

Daily practice of relaxation and frequent practice of meditation help us make conscious living a way of life.  Progress is made rapidly, yet is not overwhelming. You will naturally start to make changes in your response to life, whether it is stressful family situations, work situations, financial situations, or other stressful situations in your life.

Relaxation/Meditation Class:  Relaxation and meditation are now accepted as tools to lower blood pressure, strengthen the heart, expand the lungs and slow down the aging process.  My class teaches you to relax and train your memory at a cellular level to relax - simply by hearing the word! You will also learn the basics of meditation and explore some of the various methods.

I offer a six-week class for beginners in relaxation and meditation. It covers the basic breathing techniques to calm the body, which can be practiced anywhere or anytime.  We also cover four different meditation techniques which are easy and practical.  Find the one that works best for you and grow from there!  I also offer on-going meditation circles to continue the practice of meditation.  Please click on the "Calendar" button below to find out when the next Relaxation/Meditation Class will be held, and when the Meditation Circle meets!  

Meditation Myths: I need to have extra time every day to get the benefits of meditation.  I have to sit in a certain position in a quiet, undisturbed setting every day.  Special music, chanting and rituals are needed to meditate.  Meditation is some other religion's practice and it doesn't work with mine.

Meditation Truths: Extra time is not needed - meditation can be incorporated into your day.  However, if you set aside 10-20 minutes a few times a week in addition, you will experience additional benefits.  There are no special postures, positions or settings required.  You do not need to a have a quiet, undisturbed setting - meditation can be done anywhere at any time.  It is nice, however, to find a quiet, undisturbed setting once a week, if possible.  Because mediation can be done anywhere or any time, music, chanting, etc. are not needed.  Once again, they are great enhancements to meditation and fun to explore when you can.  All religions practice some form of meditation, whether it is called that or not.  Meditation is not in conflict with any belief or practice.  I once heard a description that said:  "prayer is asking for guidance while meditation is listening for the answer".  

I look forward to meditating with you!


Meditation Circle:  Wednesdays 7-8 pm  $5.00 (goes to Knead it or Knot Therapeutic Massage LLC for use of the space)

Relaxation/Meditation Class:  $60.00 (check calendar for next scheduled class)

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Elkhorn, WI 53121


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