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Meditation Workshop

When: Sat., Jan. 25, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 2020
Price: $40 donation
Have you been interested in starting a meditation practice, but you are unsure just how to start? Have you had a meditation practice in the past, but become out of the routine and you are looking for new motivation? Are you ready to deepen your practice and sit in a regular group? This workshop is for you! Come join us Saturday Jan. 25 th at the Dharma Center in Garberville from 10am to 3pm, Lunch break from 12 to 1pm. This day will include instructions, guided and silent meditations and group discussion. You will find a meditation practice that works for you even if you have the belief you can’t sit quietly. Regular meditation will give you the presence and transformation you have been looking for. Learn how to connect to a deeper presence beyond your personal self, experience more freedom and deepen your love affair with present-moment- awareness. Meditation is an old spiritual practice, researched and science-backed with profound emotional and physiological health benefits. After this course you will be able to join our weekly Wednesday sitting group if you desire. The Wednesday group has been meeting since 11 years from 5 to 7pm at the Dharma Center and everyone is welcome! The Instructor, Flurina Niggli is a certified Zen Teacher and descendent from Willigis Jager Ko-un-Roshi, and certified Mindfulness Instructor with a personal meditation practice for over 27 years. A donation of $40 is greatly appreciated but nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. Anyone of any background is welcome. For registration or further questions please call Flurina at 707 223 2005 or get in touch through flurinaniggli.com

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