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Wednesday evening Meditation


Movement w/ Laura


Guided Meditation + Dharma talk, Instructions, or Q&A w/ Court

27 Sims Ave, 2nd Floor

Public Art Shop & Gallery

Providence, RI.


Meditation a state of mind that is open, receptive, balanced, and grounded.  Our emphasis will be on clarifying the different attitudes and understandings that can inform our perceptions in practice which cultivates playfulness and flexibility. This allows our practice to be durable and applicable to daily life - and is especially useful to develop a greater sense of ease and well-being in the relationships that we encounter every day.

Please feel free to join for either or both sessions.

What to Bring

Available for our use are folding chairs and sitting cushions. You are also welcome and encouraged to bring any seating that is comfortable for you (and if you don't know what that is, yet, please experiment!).


No experience or level of fitness needed - we would love for all ages and walks of life to join as called. There is plentiful street parking and bike racks available across the street at New Harvest Coffee Roasters. Please note that this location is on a 2nd floor accessible by stairs.


Click here to join via Zoom 

Passcode : Metta2023


We are committed to offering these classes 100% by donation as a means of support for the health, happiness, and well-being of our community. Please support your teachers and donate!


Our current monthly cost is $117 ($100 / rent for the space and $17 / Zoom subscription). All cushions have been donated a yogi just like you! If you would like to donate to something specific - like for more cushions, yoga props, etc. - please leave a note in your donation so we can allocate it to the correct place.

While I started with yoga a long time ago, it didn't make sense to me or my body until I had the opportunity to practice with Courtney. Her techniques are solidly based in the structure of the human body, informing an intelligent and captivating practice. The quality of my time spent in physical movement and mindfulness with Court can not be understated. 


—  K.g.

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