Free and Open to the Public
Have you wanted to learn what meditation is about? Have you wondered how to begin? Or perhaps you have wanted to deepen your practice and connect with others interested in meditation practice?
Naropa University will be offering a weekly series on mindfulness meditation practice. Each session will include guided meditation and talk given by experienced faculty on the view and practice of mindfulness, its application, and ways to integrate it into everyday life.
Scientific research demonstrates that mindfulness meditation enhances health and well-being for people of any beliefs or background. For more than forty years, Naropa University has been a leader in mindfulness meditation training and contemplative education and is delighted to share the benefits of the practice with anyone.
Series organizer and founder, Giovannina Jobson, hosts the free Mindfulness for Work, Life, and Well-being Meditation Sessions each Wednesday evening in Lincoln Meditation Hall, Lincoln Building, 2130 Arapahoe Ave., from 6–7 p.m. through November 28. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or 303-245-4603, for more information about locations or for directions to the Meditation Hall. No need to bring anything, just yourself.