Facilitators: Roy Remer, Mary Doane, Alistair Shanks, Teresa Bouza
We welcome all to join us in our weekly meditation as a chance to learn how to begin each morning with presence, intention, and reflection. Morning meditation can be a moment of respite before the rush of the day. One of our four experienced facilitators will be guiding you each week so no prior meditation is necessary.
Each Tuesday morning session will offer two 15-minute meditations so those who are beginners or have little time can join for the first 15 minutes. Those who have more time or like sitting for longer may choose to stay for the second 15 minutes of meditation. Following the second 15-minute meditation, there will be time for comments and questions.
Who is the session for?
All levels of experience are welcome to participate. We encourage formal and informal caregivers to join the sessions.
Every Tuesday at 8:00 – 8:45 am (Pacific Time/Western US)
(If you are unable to attend these live sessions, please consider using the recorded meditations we provide.)
These sessions will be conducted through Zoom. You only need to register once to be included in the weekly meditations. You may join us on any Tuesday moving forward.
Log-in information will be sent to participants by email prior to the session. (The Register button is on the right-hand side of this page)
The sessions are free but a donation is deeply appreciated.
This session will not be recorded.
We will be using the Zoom web conferencing platform to run the forum. Due to security updates, you will be required to download the latest version of the platform. Click here to download the Zoom Client for Meetings version 5 or higher. You will also find other updates to their platform for your cellphone and iPad. Please test out Zoom on your device before the session to ensure proper video and audio settings. For instructions, watch Zoom’s instructional video and then join a test meeting to confirm your computer settings. Be sure to speak into your build-in microphone or external headset to check the audio level.