Upcoming SMI Classes & Events Calendar:



Yoga Nidra

Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2021, 6-7:00pm



Mindful Grief & Bereavement

Monday, Dec. 6, 2021, 7-9:00pm

Yoga Nidra

Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021, 6-7:00pm

Ongoing Events Calendar:

Weekly Sits


   Wednesdays, 6pm EST


   Fridays, 12pm EST

Online Movement Classes


Tai Chi Easy™

    Tue, 10-11 am 

    Classes to resume in November


   Thu, 10-11am 

   Classes to resume in November

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Yoga Nidra, also known as ‘yogic sleep’, is an ancient yogic practice of healing and relaxation. Next class is Tuesday, Nov. 9, 6-7pm.  For more information and to register for the November class, click here.

Qigong and Tai Chi Easy™
with Nancy Saum, retired RN

Tai Chi Easy, Tuesday, 10am EST

Qigong, Thursday, 10am EST



For details and to register please click here.

To donate for these classes, click here.


Stronger Together 

During these challenging times, while we are all navigating uncertainty,  the support of our community is essential. More than ever we are committed to creating a safe space for our community to share in mindfulness by continuing to host our weekly meditations. 

Since the beginning of the pandemic SMI has been offering our weekly sits and classes on Zoom. We will continue to do so until it is safe to meet in person once again.  We look forward to seeing you on Zoom.


    Wednesdays, 6PM EST    

    Fridays, 12PM EST

If you fill out this form, you will receive weekly reminders for the scheduled meditations on Wednesday 6PM and Friday 12PM and with the Zoom link.  You only need to fill out this form once.

To see our group guidelines/agreements and for Zoom instructions, click here.

We are now reading Wherever You Go There You Are by Jon Kabat-Zinn.   Get the reading schedule here.

NEW CLASS!  Mindful Grief & Bereavement


We experience grief when we experience any change in our relationship to the world. Some losses are large, some are smaller; no matter the size, grief is a normal human reaction to loss, and how we uniquely express it is called bereavement.

Join Lisa Patterson, ADEC-certified Thanatologist, for discussion and guided exercises on mindfully being with grief on 12/6/21.  For more information and to register, click here.


Mindful Walking

Walking Meditation or Mindful Walking is the practice of learning to be aware of the sensations and movements of your body as you move through the world around you, and to
take time to be aware of the sights, sounds, smells that surround us every minute.

Next class to be announced soon!



Resources Pages

Check out the new additions to our website by clicking on the Resources tab on the main menu. From apps to retreats to web links, you’ll find high quality, useful resources and book title suggestions to support your practice, no matter if you’re a novice or an old hand at meditation.

"Never mind what I have been taught.  Forget about theories and prejudices and stereotypes.  I want to understand the true nature of life.  I want to know what this experience of being alive really is.  I want to apprehend the true and deeper qualities of life; and I don't want to just accept somebody else's explanation.  I want to see it for myself."         - Bhante G