Live Virtual Mindfulness Meditation Classes

Live Virtual Mindfulness Meditation Classes

Are you seeking clarity and resilience for the journey ahead?

Join our live virtual meditation classes led by mindfulness expert Cheryl Jones.

Using a meditation app can be helpful, but we need human interaction and connection with others in order to grow and flourish.

You are welcome, whether you’re new to mindfulness, or you wish to recommit to regular meditation. You’ll be guided through a variety of practices rooted in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) principles.

CLASS SCHEDULE

Body Check-In and Relaxation (45 minutes)

Sundays, 8:00-8:45pm ET

Morning Meditation for a Successful Day (25 minutes)

Tuesdays, 6:00-6:25am ET

Breathing Break Reset (15 minutes)

Mondays, 12:00-12:15pm ET
Wednesdays, 12:00-12:15pm ET
Saturdays, 10:15-10:30am ET

Ask the Expert (45 minutes)

First Monday, 7:00-7:45pm ET

NOTE: Classes are delivered via Zoom video conferencing.

Wondering which class to sign up for?

 

Your monthly subscription includes:

Variety of weekly classes

Library with recorded sessions

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Ask the Expert monthly sessions

Support from private Facebook group

As a BONUS, you will receive a FREE subscription to Mindful Me®–Cheryl’s online, self-paced mindfulness meditation program designed to support daily practice between classes.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a particular way of engaging in life. It’s about being present in the moments of our lives. This involves noticing what is happening within us and around us with curiosity and openness. We strengthen this capacity for awareness through mindfulness meditation.

What isn’t mindfulness?

Mindfulness isn’t going for a walk and thinking about the best way to solve a problem. We don’t tune out or become passive. Mindfulness doesn’t involve stopping thoughts or being in the flow. There is no visualization, chanting, or relaxation technique.

What are some of the benefits I can expect from developing a mindfulness meditation practice?

With regular mindfulness practice you may:

  • Ease anxiety and build resilience
  • Cope with pain and illness
  • Practice a higher level of self-care
  • Sleep better and have more energy
  • Gain clarity to solve problems
Does mindfulness conflict with my religious or spiritual beliefs?

While mindfulness has Buddhist roots, you will be introduced to science-based, secular mindfulness practices as are taught in the world renown Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program founded by Dr. Jon Kabat Zinn in 1979. Therefore, there should be no conflict with your spiritual or religious beliefs. Rather, these meditation practices may deepen your prayer and worship experience.

How do I know which class is best for me?

Classes are offered at different times during the week and range from 15 to 45 minutes.

A variety of mindfulness meditations will be introduced. Each has a unique but practical pathway to cultivating present moment awareness. Try different classes and see what feels right for you. Each time you come to your practice will be different. An important part of practicing mindfulness is learning from your direct experience and getting to know yourself better.

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