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Relax - Restore - Reflect: Free Meditation Class

Relax - Restore - Reflect: Free Meditation Class

Meditation helps support healthy habit changes, reduce stress, improve sleep quality, and much more. Allied Services Hospice and Palliative Care invites you to discover the benefits of meditation through this 4-week guided meditation series.

In each 45-minute session, students will learn many breathing techniques and other helpful tools that they can use throughout their life. When you allow yourself to be truly present in your body, your heart will soften and open, and you can begin to use that feeling as your guide. This is how you will begin to heal.

Relax - Restore - Reflect: Free Meditation Class

  • Classes will be held every Tuesday, beginning September 13 from 2:45 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. inside the Marketplace at Allied Services Corporate Center, 100 Abington Executive Park in Clarks Summit.
  • Please note: you do not need to attend every class in the series to begin to learn the benefits of meditation. Attend just one or attend all, whatever suits your schedule best.
  • The program is free and open to the public however, PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUESTED. Kindly reserve your seat by contacting Mindy at or by calling 570-351-2390

About the teacher:Mindy Hill is a 500 hour CYT in Yoga and is a certified yoga therapist. With special certifications in Yoga for Kids, "Grief yoga , and Cancer wellness,Certified in MBSR program out of UMASS. Mindy has also studied meditation and kundilina yoga. She has studied with internationally‐known teachers including Rodney Yee, Seane Corn, Shiva Rea, Ana Forrest, Gurmuk of Golden Bridge , Sierra Bender and has taken many meditation workshops with Sally Kempton. Also most recently studied with Jon Kabat Zinn in his MBSR program.

Mindy works with several area Doctors and their patience to bring healing to chronic illness by treating the person as a whole and not just their symptoms.

COVID-19 UPDATE: As part of our best effort to keep our staff and community safe, we ask that you kindly observe social distancing and masking protocol as posted by the venue and/or county guidelines. Masking is not currently required at the Corporate Center, but participants can mask if they feel more comfortable. Certainly, stay home if you are not feeling well or have been in contact with someone who is not well.