"We can learn to trust the refuge of our own body."

Cyndi Lee

About this Course

Moving the body mindfully, with right effort and right intention, can be a beautiful support to deepening your meditation practice. Mindful Yoga can be a type of mindfulness of the body meditation practice—a gentle, supportive way to bring the body closer to its natural state of harmony and balance.

This practice provides the opportunity to care for the physical body and create the conditions that cultivate and strengthen mind-body awareness. Slow, gentle movement with deep awareness can enrich our inner experience, strengthen self-regulation, and help release different forms of stress that often create dis-ease in the body. Mindful Yoga gives rise to awareness, concentration, and insight.

During this 4-week offering, we will focus on moving and caring for the body with what's traditionally called the Brahmaviharas or Divine Abodes. In each class, there will be an invitation to set our intention on cultivating Loving Kindness, Compassion, Appreciative Joy, and Equanimity.

We welcome both new and experienced practitioners to join us as we explore and deepen our meditation and Yoga practice together.

There will be some yoga mats available to use, but please bring your own mat if you have one.


4 Thursdays | May 23, May 30, June 6, June 13
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm (CT)
Special Location: United Unitarian Universalist Congregation 506 N. Washington Ave Waukesha
Suggested Donation: $80


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