Establish a meaningful physical practice rooted in the wisdom of functional movement and learn how Buddhism and the science of yoga perfectly complement one another. Your teachers, Allison Joy, Joseph Schwartz, and MO Founder, Karuna, have crafted an odyssey to completely blow your heart and mind wide open!
Fellow practitioners will greet you with a warm smile and a sense of camaraderie — we’re all in this together. Experienced friendly guides lead the way, but your practice is yours to work with.
Sessions take place online, which means that you can be at work, jumping out of the shower, or getting ready for bed moments before you Zoom or dial in – no commute necessary!
Opt-in calendar reminders, a dedicated Facebook group, and an annual meditation challenge in May make starting and sustaining a consistent meditation practice easy.
After each session, you’ll receive a short follow-up email filled with a little inspiration to get you through your day. Many practitioners say this is their favorite part of Community Meditation.
“It’s incredible to feel the presence of students across the planet, live, in real-time. It creates a strong sense of community and reminds us we are all connected. It’s very heartwarming. ”
I love the opportunity to share from my heart across time zones and into the world of another, ultimately unifying us in a sense of oneness through the practice of meditation.
“I adore Community Meditation. It is great because you can always come back to it and there’s other people there and it’s just a community and it feels really good to have other people there.”
“Generally, I find all screens – computers, televisions, smartphones – to be very depleting, like a huge energy suck. I am so thankful to Mind Oasis Community Meditation program and practitioners for helping me transform my relationship with this inevitable aspect of our shared human experience. Every time I have the chance to teach meditation or sit with one of the beautiful teachers online at Mind Oasis I feel energized, inspired, and nourished. Now, I look forward to my screen time and look for other ways to share the benefits of mindfulness through social media and the internet so everyone has the opportunity to access such beautiful technology.”