Entries by Lynn Anderson

Third Sunday Feb. 19th Unwind andTake a Break from Negativity

Join me on Sunday Feb. 19th from 10-12 noon to unwind and take a break from negativity. We are all affected by what is going on in our daily lives as well as the world at large. Join me for two hours to learn and experience proven de-stressing techniques using breath, body mind and spirit. […]

Finding time to unplug from the world

We seem to be in the strangest of all times in the year 2017. Overlay our surreal political situation and our own daily worries and responsibilities is a recipe for mental overload. If there has ever been a time to cultivate inner harmony and peace it is now! By taking time to unplug from the […]

Lessons in mindful thinking

One of the first lessons of mindful thinking is learning how to check in with oneself. Most of us walk around on auto pilot doing the everyday things of our lives without listening to our bodies. Checking in, is listening. Where are you feeling your aches and pains? What is your emotional state right in […]

Mindfulness, Meditation and Motion Third Sundays

Join me on the third Sunday of each month from 10am to 1:00pm for a gathering on mindfulness, meditation and movement. We’ll discuss and experience tools to help one live more fully in the present, move gently into spiritual meditation and end the session with gentle chi gong and tai chi. The first gathering will […]

Mindfulness and stress in our every day lives

I know many of you are trying to keep to a scheduled practice of taking time to observe your own self through meditation, yoga, tai chi, breath work, mindfulness training or a myriad of other practices. What it all really comes down to is if you use these tools as a first line of action […]

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Meditation, Mindfulness and Mandalas

There are many stressors in our daily lives. Many of us are using meditation as a way to reduce the mental anxiety and physical symptoms that can leave us exhausted. Mindfulness has become another tool or buzzword for paying attention to the reasons we are stressed and the importance of living life in the moment. […]