Mindful meditation practices will be explored and new and seasoned practitioners are welcome. This class will offer gentle movement that feels good for the body and soul and will integrate breathing practices to ready the body for meditation. A curious, kind and compassionate energy is helpful to bring along with you. Classes may incorporate a variety of practices, such as seated and walking meditation, mindful movements and concentration exercises. Topics of spirituality and recovery themes will be explored. Facilitated by Joy Kingsbury, MS OTR/L, RYT-200. Offered Monday evenings from 7:00PM – 8:00PM.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR: Joy Kingsbury MS OTR/L, RYT-200
Starting her practices in the Iyengar tradition and then discovering Vinyasa yoga, Joy went on to receive her 200 hour teacher training from Open Doors Studio in 2003. In addition, she received certificates in prenatal and meridian yoga styles. In 2016, Joy earned a Masters degree in occupational therapy and has great interest in self care practices and currently works with children. Joy is an experienced yoga teacher who is deeply connected to sharing her love of yoga and spirituality practices with others. She enjoys incorporating her love of neuroscience and anatomy into her classes. Through her own devotion to meditation practices, she guides meditation classes that are rooted in mindfulness with intention to connect to the love that resides in all of us. She has been guiding meditations within the recovery community for 10 years and at South Shore Peer Recovery since 2014.
Mindful Meditation is currently meeting in-person at our Center and virtually. Join Zoom meeting online by clicking this link on your phone or computer:
Meeting ID: 317 206 426 PSW: sspr
Or dial in at (929) 205-6099This program meets: