Meditation Training

Teaching Meditation


Walking meditation with Jamila
at St. Mary’s garden, Barnstable
Breathe, relax, witness,
slow down and explore

Mindfulness and Meditation Training and Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher Training

At Kind Yoga we offer meditation programs for people to learn how to meditate (April 5, 2017 – Centerville, MA), and also a meditation teacher training which begins Sept. 2017. (for meditation teacher training  you are required to take both sessions – April and Sept.  If you would like further information, click here to fill out a simple contact form and we’ll be glad to get back to you!

Note from graduate of meditation training: “I took this workshop over a year ago, my friend Lucy took this training as well. I was diagnosed with breast cancer last year.  When Lucy and I drove to Dana Farber for my first treatment plan,  my Blood Pressure was so high, they sent me back to the waiting room for twenty minutes, to try to bring it down. (I was really scared to be there). Lucy said to me ” Kathleen, Let’s do some Mudras from Diane’s meditation class. We did three of them, and I also did breathing techniques. My blood pressure came down to 120/60, the R.N. could not get over this and asked what I did. We told her and she said Dana Farber supports this, but had never witnessed results so fast. THIS CLASS IS FOR EVERYONE.  Thank you Dynamic Diane.Kathleen Viola

5 minute guided relaxation for you, with Diane – click on Link here  

Meditation link with Jack Adams –
we recorded one of our meditations for teachers
and making a commitment for your practice here

“Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet. It is a way of entering into the quiet that is already there – buried under the 50,000 thoughts the average person thinks every day….Silence is the great teacher, and to learn its lessons you must pay attention to it. There is no substitute for the creative inspiration, knowledge, and stability that come from knowing how to contact your core of inner silence.” Deepak Chopra


Alexandra meditating at Long Beach