To Do: Learn to Meditate at Dhyana Yoga West Philly

Get centered with Dhyana Vitarelli, founder of Dhyana Yoga, at a crash course in meditation.

Dhyana Vitarelli knows hows to meditate—in sanskrit, dhyana means “meditation,” after all—so why pass up an opportunity to learn from the woman herself? Here’s the low-down: On February 6th, Dhyana Yoga is opening its doors to teach you how to meditate. Whether you’ve had an exhausting month at the office or an unproductive week at home, Dhyana herself will guide your worried mind through a practical course in Primordial Sound Meditation, a form of Transcendental Meditation, to ease your entire being. Dress in your most comfortable clothes, bring a notebook to document tips and tricks, and spread the wealth by inviting a friend. Learn more and register by clicking here (scroll down).

$20 in advance, $25 day of the event, February 6th from 6:15 to 8:15 p.m., Dhyana Yoga West Philly, 3945 Chestnut Street (Enter through the glass doors on 40th), 2nd Floor, Philadelphia.

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