Our programs are offered in the spirit of giving and sharing. We do not charge. Contributions that express an appreciation of the value of the offerings are used to support retreats, scholarships for ongoing individual training, and other needs as they arise to sustain Mindfulness Meditation for Richmond.


Our content classes comprise:

  • Introductions to Mindfulness Meditation
  • Explorations of Mindfulness, Neuroscience, and Spirituality
  • Ancient Traditions and Modern Applications
  • Mindfulness and Everyday Life


We meet with individuals for one-on-one sessions :

  • Mindful Leadership Coaching for those interested in applying principles of mindfulness to businesses, organizations, and institutions.
  • Meditation and Mindful Living Mentoring


Topics include:

  • Spirituality in the 21st Century
  • Mindfulness Meditation for Organizations
  • Embracing Change
  • Mindfulness for Daily Living


Our retreats are scheduled for one or more days. Each retreat includes:

  • Alternating Sitting and Walking Silent Meditations
  • Brief Talks


We offer two types of practice groups:

  • Six two-hour sessions for registered participants who meet every other week and follow a practice-group format of meditations, reflections, and discussion
  • Drop-in sessions that are open to all. Regular meet-up times and locations to be determined.

Each type of practice group consists of both formal meditations and informal discussions of how we are bringing more awareness into our daily lives.

Join Us for An Event!

Mindfulness Practice Groups

Beginning Again in the Fall of 2017

Dates will be posted this summer

Chrysalis Gathering Space

3527 Ellwood Ave in Carytown

Richmond, VA 23221

        No Cost


RELATED OFFERINGS - - Great opportunities to strengthen your practice!

MONDAYS FROM 6:00P - 6:30P; Silent Meditation Practice led by variuous local experienced meditators; Chrysalis Gathering Space, 3527 Ellwood Ave in Carytown



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