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Meditation for Everyday Life

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Women’s 6 Week Process Group

Thrive 46Are you wanting more connection in your life? Is the state of the world causing you added stress and anxiety? This group might be just what you are needing. Working with others provides a unique opportunity for healing and growth. During these 6 weeks, we will drop in to the clear, vital and most alive parts of ourselves and bring them into relationship, in a safe and supportive atmosphere. The group will include check ins, journaling, mindfulness, process, and believe it or not, a lot of fun. If you’re ready to grow and enrichen your life, this group is for you. Come see.

When: Tuesdays 6:30-8pm starting September 19th – October 23rd 2017

Where: Thrive Integrative Wellness at 44 Maple Street Florence, MA 01062 Room #3

How: $40 a session; pay $240 for 6 sessions on the first day

Space is limited. So, reserve your spot by contacting Marietta Skeen at MariettaRSkeen@gmail.com.

Meditation for Everyday Life: Reflection and Connection

Who: Anyone interested in learning to meditate or keep up their awareness practice in a new way

00e4b49480ff0bad740ec74e12ebe5daWhen: 6 weeks: Thursday evenings 6-8pm; September 28th November 2nd 2017

Where: Thrive Integrative Wellness at 46 Maple Street Florence, MA

How: $20 for a two hour session. Pay for all 6 sessions: $120 at the beginning of class. Commitment to the whole six weeks is preferred, as meditations often build on themselves and the group develops together as a support for practice. 6 people maximum so register early by e-mailing MariettaRskeen@gmail.com

What else: This is a therapeutic form of meditation in that ALL experiences are welcome. There is no requirement to sustain in a perfect body position, follow the breath, or recite a mantra. In this style of sitting, we are interested in what the mind and body naturally gravitate toward. Without bringing anything new into the equation, we can truly work with the mind as it usually is. Utilizing memory as a faculty of caring awareness, folks will be invited to recall and reflect on their sittings, mitigating the often compartmentalized nature of meditative practice.  From this, there is an opportunity to journal and share experiences in a small group setting. This has a rich function and benefit of embodying and integrating, meditative states into relationship and daily life.

Meditation and Intuitive Collage Workshop

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Sunday, March 12th

12pm -4pm

at Thrive Integrative Wellness

Florence, MA

       In this workshop, we will drop into self-awareness through meditation and follow the creative impulse that arises when we make room for what’s naturally happening. Through open studio format, we will play with imagery and see what stories emerge. If you are interested in deepening into intuition and connecting with the creative spirit in and around you, this is for you. Sliding scale: $60-80. Please preregister through email or phone.

Feel free to contact with interest and any questions: 720.663.9824

Meditation for Everyday Life: Reflection and Connection

Who: Anyone interested in learning to meditate or keep up their awareness practice in a new way

Where: Thrivmeditation-grpe Integrative Wellness at 46 Maple Street Florence, MA

When: 6 weeks: Thursday evenings 6-8pm Starting March 16th- April 20th 2017

How: Sliding scale $20-40 per group. Commitment to the whole six weeks is preferred, as meditations often build on themselves and the group develops together as a support for practice. 6 people maximum so register early by e-mailing MariettaRskeen@gmail.com

What else: This is a therapeutic form of meditation in that ALL experiences are welcome. There is no requirement to sustain in a rigid body position, follow the breath, or recite a mantra. In this style of sitting, we are interested in what the mind and body naturally do, when not being given a task. Without bringing anything new into the equation, we can truly work with the mind as it usually is. Utilizing memory as a faculty of caring awareness, folks will be invited to recall and reflect on their sittings, mitigating the often compartmentalized nature of meditative practice.  From this, there is an opportunity to journal and share experiences in a small group setting. This has a rich function and benefit of embodying and integrating, meditative states into relationship and daily life.

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