Meditation Workshops Louisville KY

Meditation workshops guide students through sitting meditation and walking meditation. Breathing techniques are a large part of a meditation practice. During meditation, participants go through an inner journey to achieve mindfulness. See below to learn more and for spas in Louisville, KY that give access to mediation instructors who provide meditation workshops.

Louisville Insight Meditation Group
c/o Daniel M. Ingram, MD MSPH, 1050 E. Kentucky St.
Louisville, KY
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Burmese Vipassana Theravada

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Louisville Shambhala Meditation Group
Clifton Unitarian Church
Louisville, KY
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Tibetan Shambhala

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Gomang Meditation and Dharma Center
(859) 356-3600
5209 Madison Pike
Independence, KY
Specialty
Tibetan Gelugpa

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Louisville Shambhala Meditation Group
Clifton Unitarian Church
Louisville, KY
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Tibetan Shambhala

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Louisville Insight Meditation Group
c/o Daniel M. Ingram, MD MSPH, 1050 E. Kentucky St.
Louisville, KY
Specialty
Burmese Vipassana Theravada

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The Peace and Compassion Buddha Circle
(502) 451-2193
1544 Quadrant Ave.
Louisville, KY
Specialty
Zen

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Louisville Community of Mindful Living
(502) 893-8822
107 Crescent Avenue
Louisville, KY
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Zen

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The Peace and Compassion Buddha Circle
(502) 451-2193
1544 Quadrant Ave.
Louisville, KY
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Zen

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Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington Mindfulness Sangha
(859) 223-1448
3564 Clays Mill Road
Lexington, KY
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Zen

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Shambhala Center of Lexington
(859) 225-4183
315 West Maxwell Street
Lexington, KY
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Tibetan Shambhala

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Steps to Instant Calm

Steps to Instant Calm

From traffic tension and work deadlines to health and money issues, stress and anxiety are almost hardwired into daily modern existence. Yet given the detrimental affects of these two all-too-common emotional states, having some strategies on hand to manage and cope with them is a powerful ally toward better health. So, the next time you feel your breath shortening, your heart rate increasing and the adrenaline starting to course through your veins try one of our five instant calming techniques:

  • Ground yourself in the present moment - close your eyes and breathe deeply. Feel your feet on the ground and the air on your skin. A lot of anxiety is caused my the uncertainty of the future, so getting present is key.
  • Skip the caffeine โ€“ that same little rush that can give you the jitters can send your nervous system into overdrive during times of stress. Instead go for green tea or a calming herbal like Chamomile .
  • Try child's pose (click here and scroll down for instructions) โ€“ this classic yoga posture is restorative and nurturing, creating a feeling of safety.
  • Reach for lavender or bergamot essential oils or products. These two scents are beloved for their calming, uplifting properties. Dab them on your temples, inside your wrists, or rub between your palms and breathe deeply for several minutes
  • Take a brisk walk โ€“ movement and exercise can help 'burn off' stress and anxiety and offer a fresh perspective on the situation.
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