Meditation Classes Lancaster PA

Local resource for meditation classes in Lancaster, PA. Includes detailed information on local yoga studios and meditation centers that give access to meditation instructors who guide students in meditation techniques, which may include sitting meditation, walking meditation, concentrative meditation, and mindfulness meditation.

Red Rose Sangha
(717) 299-0170
Unitarian Universalist Church Of Lancaster
Lancaster, PA
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Buddhist (non-sectarian)

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Media Shambhala Meditation Group
(610) 325-0807
98 Bonsall Avenue
Broomall, PA
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Tibetan Shambhala

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American Zen Buddhist Temple
(570) 895-4600
Vairocana Monastery, RR3 Box 3361
Cresco, PA
Specialty
Zen

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Inner Harmony Sangha
(570) 585-4040
3 Abington Executive Park, Morgan Highway
Clarks Summit, PA
Specialty
Zen

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Endless Mountain Zendo
(570) 925-5077
P. O. Box 117
Stillwater, PA
Specialty
Zen - Rinzai

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Tibetan Buddhist Center of Philadelphia
(610) 664-8579
134 Heather Roan, Upper Darby
Philadelphia, PA
Specialty
Tibetan

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Philadelphia Shambhala Meditation Center
(215) 568-6070
2030 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA
Specialty
Tibetan Shambhala

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Blue Mountain Zendo
(610) 657-3160
521 4th St.
Bethlehem, PA
Specialty
Zen - Rinzai

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Won Buddhist Temple of Philadelphia
(215) 886-8443
423 Abington Ave.
Glenside, PA
Specialty
Won Buddhist

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Susquehanna Valley Sangha
(717) 741-2119
2805 Eastern Blvd.
York, PA
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Zen

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1,001 Meditations

Mike George's new book, 1,001 Meditations (Chronicle Books, 2004) features positive and motivating affirmations and quotations designed to help you navigate your spiritual path. Using simple visualizations and step-by-step guides, George provides more than a thousand ways to calm your mind. I resolve to speak and act with a pure mind. When I do, happiness follows as my shadow.

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Will Yoga & Meditation Really Change My Life?

Will Yoga & Meditation Really Change My Life?

Edited by Stephen Cope (Storey Publishing, $19.95)

As you can guess, the answer to the title question is Yes. But the real question addressed here is: How? Cope, a scholar-in-residence at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in Lenox, Massachusetts, has collected essays and commentary from twenty-six prominent practitioners and teachers (including Lilias Folan, Cyndi Lee, and Rod Stryker) who share personal accounts of how yoga and meditation have influenced their lives. What's interesting is how varied their experiences are, and how they can help shape your expectations about your own yoga practice. Certainly for some of the writers, yoga and meditation provided a bolt from the blue transformative experience, while for others, the influence was evolutionary. Somewhere in these pages you'll find yourself what you've achieved or what you hope to achieve through your practice. And everywhere you'll be reminded of the power for change harnessed in yoga and meditation....

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