At Mindful Yoga Collective, we are committed to providing our students with an environment where they can thrive and learn. We are a yoga and meditation studio in Salt Lake City, Utah, dedicated to passing on the ancient tradition of yoga to people of all skill levels. Mindful Yoga Collective promotes quiet, non-competitive classes so students can learn at their own speed, and replenish their own bodies and souls.
Mindful Yoga Collective opened in 2013. We are a group of longtime teachers with an average of 25 years of teaching experience. We are more than an exercise class; we offer a space where meditation and growth through yoga is possible for veterans and beginners alike. Our studio is a newly remodeled and sustainable space, built with non-toxic, green materials. We’re happy to share the building and our healing philosophy with our friends at Great Basin Chiropractic.
Mindful Yoga Collective is proud to bring the power and art of yoga to Salt Lake City. For more information on our yoga and meditation studio, please contact us today!
Join the MYC teachers Charlotte Bell and Marlena Lambert for a monthly mindfulness get-together. In this informal group, we will listen to dharma talks by leading teachers in the vipassana tradition, including Joseph Goldstein, Jack Kornfield, Sharon Salzberg and others. We’ll follow with sitting meditation and an informal discussion about the talk.
This class is appropriate for novices and experienced mindfulness practitioners.
Tuition: by donation
In this four-part workshop series we will focus on the different senses, either alone or in combination, to heighten and reinforce our sense of being. We will explore how stillness is the ground for all activities in life. We will look at how light reveals and reflects and how sound and movement animate our inner and outer beings. We will find individual pathways best suited to our own method of playing, learning and creating. This celebration of the senses is a good match for anyone who wants to bring their creativity out of hibernation or refine already honed skills. Either way, guaranteed, you’ll feel more alive.
Please wear clothing that is comfortable for sitting and moving. A digital camera or method of recording imagery is needed. And, don’t forget your sense of play!
Please register by January 30, 2015. This workshop fills quickly!
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Mindfulness meditation is based in the traditional practice of vipassana meditation. Vipassana means “clear seeing.” Mindfulness practice teaches us how to see and be with our lives as they are. We learn to be present with our thoughts, emotions and conditioned patterns. When we become aware of the thoughts, emotions and patterns that “catch” us, we realize we have the power to transform those patterns that no longer serve us. In the process of dismantling our illusions, we begin to see more clearly into the inspiring truth of who we really are. Mindfulness is for everyone seeking to live a more peaceful, harmonious life.
I just returned from 18 days of practicing mindfulness and lovingkindness meditation at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, and am inspired to share what I learned from the amazing teachers with whom I was honored to practice.
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