Introduction to Mindfulness for All


Especially for newcomers, skeptics, cynics, and those who’ve fallen off the meditation wagon.

    Join Certified Mindfulness and Meditation teacher Logan Marks for this 4 week crash course in Mindfulness. Are you brand new to mindfulness and want to see what all the fuss is about? Or perhaps you’ve tried to establish a mindfulness meditation practice in the past but can’t seem to keep it going. It’s even possible that you like to sit at home and scoff at whatever new “fad” the kids are all into, and now you feel like scoffing in closer proximity. Whoever/whatever you are, there is room for you here! This class is designed to be inclusive to all no matter your level of interest or experience.

To be clear, mindfulness is no fad (it’s been around conceptually for at least 2,600 years) and it can be practiced by anyone, anywhere, anytime. We’ll briefly cover the history and importance of mindfulness from East to West, modern day science on the proven benefits, and learn how to cultivate our own mindfulness through basic meditation techniques and everyday application in our lives.

 We will meet at the Bhavana Community Center, 106 Marshall Court, Unit 120, on Tuesday evenings for four weeks starting July 2nd. Class meets from 6:30 - 7:45. Email Logan at for more information and to save your space.  $20 for the 4 Week Course.

Meet Logan


 Logan is a CMA Certified Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher who is passionate about making meditation accessible to everyone.  He’s also in the process of completing his Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology so that he can expand his knowledge and stay up to date on the latest research supporting meditation and mindfulness. His classes are great for beginners and those looking to deepen their meditation practices.