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4 Week Meditation Series

Lead by Kyle Rundles, PsyD

Saturdays: 1/20/24, 1/27/24, 2/10/24, 2/17/24


This workshop series is focused on the foundations of meditation and mindfulness as a mental health and wellness practice.  Participants will learn the basics of meditation and its impact on mental health, how meditation can empower participants in their minds and their lives, and how mindfulness practices can be helpful in daily life and life transitions. By the series' conclusion, attendees can anticipate not only a heightened understanding of meditation but also the confidence and empowerment to embrace it as a regular and sustainable practice, fostering a journey towards greater mental clarity and wellness.


Workshop Descriptions

Additional Information and Registration

Handouts will be provided throughout this series of classes in order to help participants integrate the practice of mediation into their daily lives with ease.  

This program will be offered live in the studio as well as on zoom for your convenience. 

Registration: $110 *Your investment includes all four classes within this series.*


Early bird registration: $90

Early bird pricing is available through December 30, 2023.  Register early and save!  


Registration fees are non refundable and non transferable.

If you are going to miss a class, a recording will be made available to you for 14 days. 

About Kyle

Kyle Rundles is a licensed clinical psychologist, outreach specialist, and long-time meditator. She specializes in adult mental health and couples therapy, particularly during life adjustments. Her therapeutic approach explores how ideas of self and the world have formed and she works with clients towards reframing these ideas to create personal meaning. Kyle believes strongly that society and community has a profound impact on mental health and individual concerns do not exist in a vacuum. She is drawn to narrative therapy and personal storytelling, as well as how meditation can be helpful to overall mental health and wellness. In particular, Kyle is passionate about how the ancient and communal practice of meditation can be centering and healing through life’s difficulties and transitions, as well as how meditation techniques can be used to manage stress and shift thinking patterns. 

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