Developing the Skills and Practices Leading to a Meditation Habit

Instructor:  Judith Simpson

  • Thursday Morning
  • 9:30 – 11:30 AM
  • Class Limit 15
  • Materials Required

By learning about, experiencing, and practicing at least three secular forms of meditation as well as additional ways to rest the mind, you will become able to incorporate the practices into your life. Practicing daily for the duration of the course will provide the experience and background you need for them to become a personal habit.

There will be individual handouts at each meeting, punched to fit into a narrow three-hole notebook, which you will provide. While there is no reqired reading, you might find Full Catastrophe Living by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D. helpful. Please bring a one-inch spiral notebook, a yoga mat, and a small cushion for sitting or lying down.

Class limit 15

Required materials: A one-inch spiral three-hole notebook, a yoga mat, and a small cushion for sitting or lying down.

Judith Simpson, M.P.A., has been teaching adults for thirty years as a corporate trainer, as an organization development consultant, and after retirement, as a teacher (for twelve years) of an eight-week stress reduction class used in universities and hospitals worldwide. She holds an undergraduate degree in Communications and a Masters Degree in Public Administration. She has also spent three years of study at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.