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Meditate to Elevate Class

Meditation provides a holistic approach to managing anxiety and depression, offering individuals the tools to cultivate inner peace, emotional balance, and psychological well-being.

Call (519) 208-2273 or book online today.

Find a Meditation class in Kitchener Waterloo

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Choose Your Class

It’s easy to get started, simply choose the meditation class that’s best for you and book your space.

Mondays from 1:00 – 2:00 PM
Wednesdays from 6:30 – 7:30 PM

CARESPACE is less than 10-minutes away

Good news – if you’re looking for a meditation class in Kitchener, CARESPACE is less than 10-minutes away (see CARESPACE locations offering this course). Read more to learn about the benefits of this six week in-person workshop.

Cultivate Your Inner Peace, Emotional Balance, and Psychological Well-Being

Meditation is a transformative practice encompassing energetic and relaxation breathing techniques, guiding individuals to reconnect with their inner selves and find profound serenity amidst life’s chaos. This is why we found it essential to offer meditation through our “Meditate to Elevate” class, to support your health goals and provide you with quality care at CARESPACE. Through this program, run by Dr. Sania Anand, participants embark on a journey of self-discovery, learning to tap into their inner reservoirs of peace and resilience. Dr. Anand has a passionate background in meditation and her expertise will illuminate your path, empowering you to navigate stressors with grace and cultivate mental clarity. By embracing meditation, you will not only foster a deep sense of tranquility but also unlock their potential for personal growth and fulfillment, ultimately elevating your overall well-being to new heights.

How can Meditation help with Anxiety and Depression?

Overall, meditation provides a holistic approach to managing anxiety and depression, offering individuals the tools to cultivate inner peace, emotional balance, and psychological well-being.

Meditation encourages individuals to observe their thoughts and emotions without judgment, thereby creating distance from negative thought patterns associated with depression. Through regular practice, individuals learn to cultivate a more compassionate and accepting attitude towards themselves, which can counteract feelings of low self-worth and hopelessness.

Furthermore, meditation strengthens the brain’s capacity for emotional regulation and resilience by promoting changes in brain structure and function associated with improved mood and stress management. Over time, consistent meditation practice can rewire neural pathways, leading to lasting changes in how individuals perceive and respond to stressors.

Who is Meditation for?

Meditation is a practice that can benefit virtually anyone, regardless of age, gender, background, or belief system. While its origins are rooted in ancient spiritual and religious traditions, meditation has become increasingly popular in secular contexts for its numerous mental, emotional, and physical health benefits.

Here are some groups of people who commonly practice meditation:

Individuals Seeking Stress Reduction: Meditation is well-known for its ability to reduce stress, anxiety, and promote relaxation. Many people turn to meditation as a way to manage the demands of modern life.

Those Struggling with Mental Health Issues: Meditation has been shown to be beneficial for individuals dealing with depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, and other mental health conditions. It can provide tools for managing symptoms and promoting overall well-being.

People Interested in Mindfulness: Mindfulness meditation is a specific type of meditation that involves paying attention to the present moment without judgment. It’s popular among those seeking greater awareness, focus, and emotional regulation

Individuals with Chronic Pain or Illness: Meditation can be a valuable tool for managing chronic pain conditions and illnesses. It can help individuals develop coping strategies, reduce the perception of pain, and improve quality of life.

Spiritual Seekers: For many, meditation is a spiritual practice that fosters a deeper connection with oneself, others, or the universe. It is often integrated into religious or spiritual traditions as a means of self-exploration and connection to the divine.

Athletes and Performers: Meditation is increasingly used by athletes, performers, and individuals in high-pressure professions to enhance focus, concentration, and performance.

Children and Teens: Schools and educational institutions are incorporating meditation and mindfulness practices into their curricula to help students manage stress, improve attention, and cultivate emotional resilience.

Seniors: Meditation can be beneficial for older adults by promoting relaxation, reducing feelings of loneliness or isolation, and supporting cognitive function.

In summary, meditation is a versatile practice that can be adapted to the needs and preferences of individuals from all walks of life, making it accessible and beneficial to a wide range of people.

Class Details

Duration & Schedule: The class is held weekly. Sessions are held on Wednesday evenings from 7-8:00 PM at our Westmount East location.

Requirements: Bring your own yoga mat.

Weekly Class Price: $10

You're less than 10-minutes from CARESPACE!

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Live-answer Reception

Please call us at (519) 208-2273 to talk with our live-answer Reception Team who will be happy to book, reschedule appointments or answer any of your questions, or book online now.

Find your Meditation Class in Kitchener-Waterloo

Please call us at (519) 208-2273 or book online today.

  • 8AM–8PM Monday – Friday
  • 8AM–6PM Saturday – Sunday

Your Meditate to Elevate Class Instructor

Female naturopath in kitchener at CARESPACE offering naturopathic medicine

Dr. Sania Anand, MBBS, ND

Naturopathic Doctor

Kitchener - Westmount East

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