Free five-week meditation course being offered at Courtenay Library

The V.N.D. Educational Society is offering a free meditation course at the Courtenay Library, (300 6th Street), from Sunday March 13 to April 10.

The five classes are held on Sundays  from 1-2:30 p.m., with the exception of Easter Sunday when the class is moved to Saturday, same time.

The simple and effective techniques of Sahaja yoga meditation will allow you to master stress, improve your health, face yourself, and achieve balance in every aspect of life.

Ancient knowledge and practices are adapted to modern day needs of people of all ages and walks of life.

For more information call us at 250-954 5040 or visit our website at www.freemeditation.ca.

 

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