(For SKY course graduates)
Every Sunday, 5pm
Learn to calm the mind using your breath.
Breathing techniques & meditation are effective tools to bring out the best in us and enhance the overall quality of our life. We’ll experience this through guided pranayama and a relaxing meditation. This is a one-hour workshop. You’ll learn practical tools to calm and clear the mind.
Sunday, August 6, 2017, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
UNT Health Science Center
Carl E. Everett Building, Room 524
3500 Camp Bowie Blvd
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Free parking in lot 6 which is off Clifton St.
Please enter the building at the flagpole-side of the parking lot.
Room 524 is on the fifth floor.
SKY Meditation is unique in that it uses the breath as a doorway into meditation. Practitioners are able to have a deep experience of meditation from their very first session.
You’ll leave the course with a comprehensive and beautifully designed practice you can do every day to bring about a state of physical, mental, and emotional peace and well-being. The value grows over time, as the benefits continue to blossom in daily life.
In addition to gaining a daily practice, SKY course graduates will be welcomed into a local community of meditators who come together weekly to practice and connect.
Sridevi Bajgur was born in West Virginia but grew up in India. She has been practicing yoga since she was 7 years of age. She participated in her first SKY Meditation program in 2009 and has been a faculty member since 2015.
Sridevi has a Masters degree in Civil Engineering and is currently a Project Manager in one of the top construction firms in the country. She volunteers her personal-time with the International Association of Human Values (IAHV) as a teacher of the Youth Empowerment Seminar, a powerful program designed for empowering youths in Universities. Her passion is to make a difference in society at the grass root level by empowering people with tools and techniques not just to cope with stress but to thrive in life with clarity of thought, peace of mind and overall wellbeing”