Parks are good for your health – your physical and mental health. Every month a group of people gather in Centennial Park to practice good health…no, great health. They are our Greenfriends and you’re invited to join them.

Eco meditation is an ideal way to become aware of the natural world around us. At these highly relaxing sessions you will learn and practice Eco Meditation and experience the benefits. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s involved…

 

 

You’re invited to join Greenfriends in Centennial Park

These free sessions are held from 8am – 9am on the fourth Saturday of every month. Each session begins with some light stretching and concludes with Chai and chat!

You are also invited to participate in a one-hour clean-up after each meditation, including light jobs such as cleaning, watering, litter collection, planting.

“Our program inspires love for nature and reinforces the truth that humanity is not different from nature. The life force that pulsates in the trees, plants and animals is the same life force that pulsates within us. The same life energy that gives us the power to speak and to sing is the power behind the song of the bird… nature is not separate from ourselves. Eco meditation helps to re-establish this connection, and that connection is healing.” – Greenfriends

 

More information

While free, we encourage you to confirm your attendance. Find out more about eco meditation, location and attendance confirmation details.

 

Eco Meditation in the Park - fourth Saturday of every month

Eco Meditation in the Park – fourth Saturday of every month

 

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