Mindfulness at the Museum is a series of drop-in sessions focused on helping our wider community—inside and outside of the museum—to have access to tools to become more aware. Mindfulness meditation can help us to develop healthier minds and bodies, reduce stress, foster compassion, and increase our memory skills, among many other studied benefits. Participants may discover that this appreciation of the “here and now” extends outside the museum.
Join us for guided meditation on Fridays at noon. These free drop-in sessions are open to all; register here. No special clothing is required. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. No prior meditation experience is necessary.
This session is guided by Shesheena Bray. Understanding the critical connection between mind, body and breath has tremendous implications for healing and stress reduction. During our sessions, participants will tap into their breath to explore tensions in the body while quieting their minds. Weekly sessions will incorporate guided meditation, and introduction to breathwork and intention setting.