Creating a Meditation Practice that Lasts – with Isaak Brown

Yoga Alameda

Four Saturdays March 12, 19, 26 and April 2
10:00-11:00 a.m.
Come to One or Come to All
$25 per class or $80 for 4 part series

You probably already know that meditation is shown to reduce stress, regulate emotions, support focus, clarity and joy. So why don’t we all do it? If you’ve wanted to start or maintain a meditation practice, come join in this 4-part series that introduces you to an accessible meditation practice and teaches you how to practice consistently.

Many people have tried or started a meditation practice, and either don’t quite get it or find they can’t keep it up. In this series we learn the foundation of meditation practice, what it offers and how to create a practice that you’ll keep doing. We’ll practice 30 minutes of meditation with guided instructions, and have a short instruction and question and answer-period following. You are welcome to come to one or all 4 weeks of this class. Classes will build upon each other and it is recommended to take advantage of the four part series.

Isaak Brown is a coach, facilitator and educator. His teachings and practice are informed first and foremost by his body,  intuitive ground and relationship to spirit. He has been a dedicated practitioner of Vipassana meditation for over ten years, and has trained and lived in silent retreat centers in the US and Burma. Isaak is deeply passionate about sharing accessible, simple tools to connect to the truth of your nature and your authentic self.  Isaak graduated with an MA in Religious Leadership and Social Change from the Graduate Theological Union with a focus on somantics and meditation.