FREE Group Meditation

This class is taught by:

Prem and Nan Nathenson

Nan Nathenson is a certified holistic life coach and works specifically with women's wellness and self-care. She has a business called Simple Path Health and Wellness. She is certified in lymphatic enhancement technology working with individuals with lymphedema, fibromyalgia, post-surgical swelling and other health issues. Nan is a registered yoga teacher and has expertise in adaptive and restorative yoga. She is a registered respiratory therapist with extensive experience in critical care and rehabilitation. She is an asthma educator and routinely provides educational sessions on asthma and asthma management in a variety of community settings. 
Prem Nathenson is a licensed Advanced Practice Registered Nurse has a business called Simple Path Health and Wellness. He has more than thirty years of experience in nursing and is certified in holistic nursing and rehabilitation nursing. He has a degree in naturopathy, which is the study of natural medicine, and is a certified traditional naturopath. Prem is trained in the use of the Avazzia microcurrent therapy device.
Join our community in dharma and meditation on the first Thursday evening of each month.
Meditation is a mind and body practice that has a long history of use for increasing calmness and physical relaxation, improving psychological balance, coping with illness, and enhancing overall health and well-being. Mind and body practices focus on the interactions among the brain, mind, body, and behavior.

There are many types of meditation, but most have four elements in common: a quiet location with as few distractions as possible; a specific, comfortable posture (sitting, lying down, walking, or in other positions); a focus of attention (a specially chosen word or set of words, an object, or the sensations of the breath); and an open attitude (letting distractions come and go naturally without judging them).

Many studies have investigated meditation for different conditions, and there’s evidence that it may reduce blood pressure as well as symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and flare-ups in people who have had ulcerative colitis. It may ease symptoms of anxiety and depression, and may help people with insomnia.

Some research suggests that meditation may physically change the brain and body and could potentially help to improve many health problems and promote healthy behaviors.