meditation

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Tired of giving gifts neither of you remember by the time the next holiday season rolls around? We have options for student athletes, those looking to make a change, to take their fitness to the next level, those seeking a more centered and mindful approach to life and much more. Check out just some of our options by double-clicking on the image below. Gift Cards and Gear are available as well.


Stress Reduction Series

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

Our long-time member, Judy Angyalfy will be facilitating this program. Series begins January 5, 2019 and includes 9 weeks of Saturdays. Week 1 will be a 90 minute Orientation and if at that time any participant chooses not to participate a full refund will be allowed. Weeks 2-9 will occur from 3-5:30pm every Saturday thereafter. On Friday, February 22nd, an all-day silent retreat will take place at Discovery Yoga Center.

MBSR is the curriculum developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., for the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1979. Its primary intention is to create a structured pathway to relieve suffering and increase well-being for people facing a host of challenges arising from demands and stressors inherent in everyday lives of human beings. Scientific-research strongly supports the efficacy of MBSR as an effective clinical approach that can be utilized by participants beyond program completion.


For more information on MBSR 

visit:  www.umassmed.edu/cfm

email:  angyalfyj@gmail.com  

call/text Judy Angyalfy: 904-814-4397


Taught by Judy Angyalfy, RN, BSN, CYT

MBSR Qualification from the

Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, 

Health Care, and Society at the 

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Stress Reduction Series

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

Our long-time member, Judy Angyalfy will be facilitating this program. Series begins January 5, 2019 and includes 9 weeks of Saturdays. Week 1 will be a 90 minute Orientation and if at that time any participant chooses not to participate a full refund will be allowed. Weeks 2-9 will occur from 3-5:30pm every Saturday thereafter. On Friday, February 22nd, an all-day silent retreat will take place at Discovery Yoga Center.

MBSR is the curriculum developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., for the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1979. Its primary intention is to create a structured pathway to relieve suffering and increase well-being for people facing a host of challenges arising from demands and stressors inherent in everyday lives of human beings. Scientific-research strongly supports the efficacy of MBSR as an effective clinical approach that can be utilized by participants beyond program completion.


For more information on MBSR 

visit:  www.umassmed.edu/cfm

email:  angyalfyj@gmail.com  

call/text Judy Angyalfy: 904-814-4397


Taught by Judy Angyalfy, RN, BSN, CYT

MBSR Qualification from the

Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, 

Health Care, and Society at the 

University of Massachusetts Medical School

Meditation Workshop

Christine Ojala has been teaching yoga and meditation for the last 20 years. Over the past two decades she has worked and designed programs for a broad range of students and clients in the private and public sectors including: the University of Minnesota (Lecturer/Department of Dance), University of Minnesota Golden Gophers Men’s Football, Arena Dances, numerous mental health clinics and school districts, professional athletes, and thousands of ‘normal’ people such as herself. A recently relocated native Minnesotan, she holds a BFA in dance and a masters degree in Global Public Policy from the University of Minnesota. Christine lives with her husband and 12 year old son in Lincolnville. You may visit her website here

Meditation Workshop ($20)

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13TH 3-5PM

Beginners and Experienced Meditators Welcome!

This 2 hour workshop will guide new students (and serves as a refresher class for experienced students) into experiencing and potentially establishing a basic mindfulness meditation practice of their own. The class will begin with approximately 10-15 minutes of basic yoga postures to awaken the spine and release any major tension that individuals are feeling upon arrival. Approximately 30-40 minutes will be spent discussing the roots of meditation, Christine’s approach to the practice, and discussion of meditation ‘technique’ or practice guidelines. The second hour of the workshop will be guided practice - first walking/moving meditation, then sitting. Q & A will end the workshop.