Daylong Meditation Retreat

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Name: Daylong Meditation Retreat
Date: December 3, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM CST
Event Description:
Daylong Meditation Retreat Sunday, December 3 9am-4pm includes 1.5 hr. break for lunch (lunch not provided) Community Terrace Please join us in the beautiful surroundings of Monona Terrace for a day-long meditation retreat guided by Sarah Moore M.D. The focus will be self-care and restoration. Give yourself this gift and take the time to slow down, be present, and practice self-compassion. The holiday season tends to be a time of even higher stress in our fast-paced culture. Self-care is of the utmost importance. The day will be a mix of guided meditation, deep relaxation, and gentle movement. The retreat is open to everyone and will be beneficial for those meditating for the first time as well as someone who has been practicing for years. Sarah Moore is a mind-body practitioner, therapist, and physician at the SSM cancer center. Her personal meditation practice has brought her much peace, joy, and stability. She currently guides free weekly community meditations at Monona Terrace. She has been practicing meditation for 19 years and teaching for the past 10 years. Sarah is very excited to guide you through a day of self-care and healing!” What to bring: • Wear comfortable clothing and dress in layers (sweater or shawl) • Something to lie on (e.g. yoga mat, camping bedroll, blanket) • Something to cover yourself with (e.g. blanket or beach towel) • Water bottle • Eye pillow or something to use to cover your eyes • Meditation cushion or bench if you prefer that to a chair (Chairs will be provided)
Monona Terrace 1 John Nolen Drive Madison, WI 53703
Date/Time Information:
Sunday, December 3, 9am-4pm includes 1.5 hr break for lunch (lunch not provided)
Contact Information:
Misty Lohrentz, 608-261-4000
$20/person tickets available
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