Meditation Classes

Guided Meditation

A Guided Meditation group is available through one of our partner organizations at the Ascension and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Wyoming.  This group utilizes audio recordings of Guided Meditations that have been produced and narrated by professional meditation guides.  No prior experience in meditation is needed.

“There’s never a charge and there is no requirement for any special clothing or equipment.  Our group is welcoming, supportive and inclusive.  Encourage your family members and friends to join us!” – Maurice Bason, Guided Meditation Group Facilitator


Every Tuesday 7:30-8:30 pm and Wednesday 9-10 am at the Ascension and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church at Ascension & Holy Trinity Episcopal Church | 334 Burns Ave | Wyoming, OH 45215 (corner of Worthington and Burns Avenues) in Wyoming, Ohio  45215.  The group meets in the Parish Health Ministry Room.

Please email Maurice at the address below to be added to the email list.


Donation to The Ascension and Holy Trinity Parish Health Ministry gratefully accepted

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Mindfulness Meditation

The practice of Meditation has been handed down for thousands of years by the great sages and teachers of the East. Meditation calms and stabilizes the mind, strengthens the body and creates a sense of peace and stillness.

Many research studies have shown that learning to meditate has far-reaching health benefits.  For example, meditation helps us cope with stress, which is the cause of many illnesses.

Tisa McGraw has been training, studying and practicing Meditation since 2000.  This  training includes certification from Shambhala International to teach meditation & basic Buddhist studies. She attended seminary in 2007 and is a senior student of Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, leader of the Shambhala Buddhist lineage.

Topics include:

  • Mindfulness Meditation – also known as Shamatha.
  • Insight Meditation – also known as Vipassana.

You are welcome to bring cushions, zafus or seiza benches, if you have them. There is no need to sit in lotus position, you may also sit in a chair.

Please join us for this class and learn the valuable skills of Meditation.


Tuesdays (on-going) 7-9pm (beginning January 16th) at The Gathering at Northern Hills, a Unitarian Universalist Community ( 5 minute drive from The Healing Space) 460 Fleming Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45231.

The first hour consists of mindfulness meditation (Shamatha) and walking meditation. The second hour will be teachings from the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. Everyone is invited to attend for the first hour only or stay the entire time.



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Children’s Meditation

Children's meditationMeditation/mindfulness practices are tools that proactive parents can offer their children for reducing stress and creating a more successful life. Meditation and mindfulness skills are a recognized as an evidence-based method for helping children relax and refocus. These tools are effective for children of all stripes, including those dealing with sleep challenges, anxiety, fears, OCD, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, perfectionism, or just plain old “childhood.”

The Kids Meditation trainings are based on the Connected Kids program, supported by the extensive meditation and mindfulness experience of the facilitator.


Below is a listing of 2019 summer camps.  Other options options may be available upon request.  Please contact Renee if you are interested.

    Children’s Mindfulness, Yoga, and Healthy Eating Camp

    Relax and Move On:  Tween Mindfulness Training

  • Ages 10-13 – June 17-21, 2019: 10-11am daily
  • For a description, please click on the link to:  Tweens Mindfulness Camp

      Mindfulness for Teens:  Be Still


Please contact Renee.

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Iron-Man Meditation

A two-hour sit for the brave, the bold, and the spiritually curious. Don’t let the tongue-in-cheek title fool you, we are ready to get serious with our meditation! Practicing meditation for longer periods allows the deeper revealing of continuous ego rebellion and the potential to reach new levels. Practicing in community melds hearts and facilitates the ability to stay present to the practice.

When do we get enough time for anything more than 5-30 minutes of meditation? When do we truly get the chance to go… deep, deep, deep?

Are you bold enough to try?

Inspired by a recent novel describing a gentleman being introduced to meditation via a two-hour practice with a holy man, we’ve decided to try, and we’d like to invite you to join us! We don’t have the holy man, but we do have a great community and an adventurous spirit! Please know that you do not have to sit for all 2 hours (people will be encouraged to get up and walk, wiggle, and stay comfortable—2 hours is a long time for a Western body, after all), so do not allow that concern to deter your ability to shout, “Yes!”

Afterwards, we will have a guided discussion of experiences and insights.  Looking forward to seeing you on the cushion!


TBD.  Please contact Renee for an upcoming schedule.


Donation to The Healing Space of Cincinnati gratefully accepted

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