Meditation and Mindfulness in the Tiffany Gallery

Tuesday / October 24 / 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Designed to help you unwind and find calm. Join us for a relaxing evening of Mindfulness and Meditation in the Tiffany Gallery with experienced instructor, Danica J Brice. Leave with practical tools to enhance your well-being.

Don’t miss this opportunity to prioritize self-care and cultivate a more peaceful mind.

No experience required. Bring a yoga mat, cushion, or plan to use a chair to sit on for meditation.

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ABOUT Danica J Brice

Danica Jyoti Brice is a Transformational Life Coach and writer driven to support personal growth by tapping into the divine wholeness each of us has inside. After befriending meditation in her own journey of self-healing, she now uses mindfulness as a tool to help clients clarify their goals, expand well-being practices, and ultimately, create shifts in how they show up for themselves and in their community. She is an ICF Certified Life Coach and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from Pitzer College in Claremont, CA.

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