Meditation with NCMC at Military Park (Summer 2017)
Date(s): June 14, 2017 at 7:00pm - August 16, 2017 at 8:00pm
Location: Military Park
Cost: FreeMore info
Meditation takes place every Wednesday from 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM on the Meditation Lawn in Military Park. Classes will run from June 14th - August 16th.
NCMC will be hosting a Meditation class on the Meditation Lawn in Military Park. Come meditate with us!
Newark Center for Meditative Culture (NCMC) will hold this summer series of basic meditation and mindfulness classes on Wednesday evenings starting June 14th and ending August 16th as a partner in the Military Park summer programs. The series will be taught by meditation teacher Cornelia Santschi and assisted by peer-leader Kamilah Crawley. Each class will stand alone, therefore you are welcome to just stop by for a class or two. But, to get the most benefit it’s best to attend all if not as many classes as you can! No registration required, but if you can, please take the time to do so to help with class data. This is a FREE program. IMPORTANT NOTE: We will NOT meet on Wednesday, July 5th.
If it rains or weather is inclement, classes will be cancelled. You can check in for updates at the NCMC Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/NewarkCenterforMeditativeCulture or subscribe to the NCMC Newsletter at email@example.com.
About the Teacher Cornelia Santschi has recently graduated from the Community Dharma Leader Program through Spirit Rock and Insight Meditation Society to become a meditation teacher. Cornelia is co-founder of NCMC where she also serves as a meditation teacher and liaison to the insight meditation community for NCMC. She has been a vipassana (insight) meditator and dedicated student of Buddhist psychology for over 15 years. She is the director of Neuro-psychology at the Institute for Neurology in NJ, and founder/director of Anatta World Health & Education Outreach, a grassroots non-profit that creates and supports medical and educational programs in developing countries. About NCMC Please go to their site at www.newarkmeditation.org.