Interfaith Paths to Peace
2500 Montgomery Street, Louisville, KY, 40212 | (502) 214-7322 | email@example.com
*** Beginning May 9, 2017 ***
Monthly on the 2nd Tuesday & last Saturday
Second Tuesday at 6-7:15 pm
Last Saturday at 10-11:30 am
The Dolfinger Building
2500 Montgomery Street, Louisville, KY 40212
Feeling stressed and overwhelmed? Finding it difficult to be calm and attentive to loved ones? These free sessions offer practical skills that through centuries have helped people become less stressed and harried and more mindful and present in life. You can learn to be more calm and relaxed and to cope more effectively with life’s demands.
This program incorporates classic Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction training – sitting meditation, walking meditation, eating meditation, gentle yoga and Qigong movements. Drop in for one class, or attend one or both sessions each month. Either way, you’ll be provided with recorded guided meditations to use at home as a way of bringing mindfulness into your daily work and family life.
John Shealy and Jordan Dye are a married couple with over 45 years of experience practicing and teaching mindfulness meditation. John is a licensed psychologist, Jordan a certified social worker. Both are trained yoga instructors and live a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Beginner and seasoned meditator alike will find practical benefit and supportive encouragement from their teachings. Learn more at bemindful.org/
The Dolfinger Directions & Parking
From I-64 E or W take Exit 3 (22nd Street)
Turn right onto Portland Avenue
Turn right onto 25th Street
Turn left into the alley to access the parking lot which is located behind the building. Parking is also available on 25th Street and Montgomery Street.
Enter the building through the side door facing 25th Street. Meditation is on the first floor.
Available once monthly at various locations
Gerry Stribling | Vipassana Mindfulness Meditation
Check your local library for availability
"Learn to quiet your mind and strengthen your concentration with noted author Gerry Stribling from the Kentucky Meditation Compassionate Peace Center"