Meditation In Summit County

Weekly Meditation & Satsang

Wednesdays | 6:45-8:00pm

$15 drop-in | $40 4-class pack

Join us for a weekly evening of meditation and Satsang. You’ll be guided through a seated mediation and relaxation into deeper silent reflection and self-inquiry, followed by a facilitated question and share session with the evening’s spiritual mentor. “Satsang” is a gathering or community of like-minded souls interested in deepening spiritual knowledge, holding space for one another, and coming home to themselves. No prior meditation experience or spiritual inquiry required; all are welcome!
The benefits of meditation are numerous and well-documented. From stress reduction, greater self-knowledge, increased presence, and a reduction in negative emotions to increased imagination, creativity, patience and tolerance, a regular meditative practice in conscious company can be a powerful force for healing, transformation and growth.

The studio offers mats, bolsters, blocks and blankets. You’re welcome to bring your own meditation cushion, pillow or chair (such as a backjack chair) for optimal comfort.

Your Facilitator

Karen Talavera

Karen Talavera

Karen Talavera is a spiritual life coach, writer and speaker supporting travelers on the journey of self-discovery, healing, and transformation. As a way-shower, she guides people through the transformation of limiting beliefs and dysfunctional patterns so they can live with joy, passion with purpose. Karen is delighted to create a meditative community and hold space for kindred spirits in Summit County.

Explore more about Karen and her offerings as a meditation facilitator & spiritual coach on her website:

Karen Talavera has brought a wonderful opportunity to Summit County CO through her integration of current voices in mindfulness (Brene Brown, the Gottmans) that form the backbone of her Wednesday meditation classes and her Accidental Seeker social media presence. Her meditation classes have a good balance of about 10 minutes of thoughtful insights combined with a solid half hour of silent meditation. These elements provide a welcome respite from the busy world of our mountain community.
Eric E.
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