Give yourself the best gift of relaxation, wisdom & inner peace
Unique Combination of Mindful Living & Buddhist Philosophy
Friday May 27, 6-8pm
Saturday & Sunday May 28-29, 9am-3pm
Meditation Center of AL
Commuting, in person only - 3821 Airport Blvd
Yoga, Mindful Movements, Wisdom talks & Meditation
Suggested Loving Kindness donations
Friday $15, Saturday & Sunday $25/day
Optional lunch @Thai Time (next door to MCA)
$10 lunch special (excluding tax, drinks & gratuity, vegetarian options). RSVP required.
Limited capacity. Ensure your spot with a loving kindness donation here.
Donations accepted on site.
RSVP link: https://tinyurl.com/yc8r3a2a
Meet Venerable Nick
Rhena Baxter is a certified yoga instructor who guides yoga at the University of South Alabama where she is working to obtain her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She has taught yoga since 2014 and has a goal of bridging and weaving yoga into her clinical work as a therapist. She believes psychological treatment is best supplemented with both mind and body practices, bringing a holistic approach to mental health and healing.
Sivaporn Nimityongskul, also known as Lar, is the director and founder of the Meditation Center of Alabama. Lar has over 25 years of meditation experience in various methods but practices the Middle Way Meditation method. Lar runs Bangkok Thai Cuisine. She has a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand and a Master's degree in Economics from Western Michigan University. She is a certified public accountant. Lar wishes to spread true inner peace and happiness through meditation.
Qi-gong ('chi-kung') is a centuries old practice of slow mindful movements and deep breathing to help improve energy flow, relaxation and awareness of body, mind and spirit.