Our free introductory meditation classes are usually one evening a week for about 6 weeks from 6:30pm-9:00pm. We also have weekend courses on Saturday afternoons from 1:00pm to 3:30pm, again for about 6 weeks. The location is usually a library, lecture room, or university/college classroom.
Simple techniques of meditation are offered: concentration, mantra, visualization, breathing, music and heart centre meditation.
Each week is a progression building on the last so attendance at each class is recommended. New students are not permitted to join the course after the second session because they will have missed almost half of the program, but they are certainly welcome to attend the next course.
Upon completion of the 6 week course, follow up classes are offered for those wishing to intensify their meditation practice. As always, there is no charge.
Should you wish to be contacted for our next meditation course, which will be in May/June 2019, please enter your name and phone number on the contact form and we will contact you once we know the exact location and times. Once again, please do not leave an email adress as we prefer to contact you by phone. We appreciate your understanding.
Shishir Pauk is a freelance writer who has been meditating for 42 years, and been giving meditation classes for 31 years. He has given meditation classes in Canada, the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Purnakama Rajna is an elementary music teacher who has been meditating for 18 years, and been giving meditation courses in Winnipeg for 10 years.
She also sings and tours with the musical group Sangit Surabhi which is dedicated to arranging and performing the music of Sri Chinmoy.