Resources

REGIONAL MINDFULNESS RESOURCES

More drop-in sessions:

In addition to OMM’s drop-in meditation groups, the secular sessions below are also available to anyone, regardless of experience level. They are free of charge, include a guided meditation, and are led by experienced meditators, many of them mindfulness teachers.

Tuesdays

  • 1-2 p.m. Cancer Support Community. Format: Two 20-minute guided meditations with discussion in between. Contact: Cancer Support Community

Ann Arbor-area mindfulness groups:

Ann Arbor Center for Mindfulness (AACFM). Focus on cultivating secular mindfulness. Offering online classes, presentations, drop-ins, retreats, and workshops. 

Michigan Collaborative for Mindfulness in Education (MC4ME). Focus is on bringing mindfulness and its cultivation into the schools by working with teachers and students in classes, trainings, and retreats. 

Insight Meditation — Ann Arbor.  Offers in-person and virtual mindfulness practice opportunities (classes & group sittings), based on the Buddhist vipassana tradition. 

Still Mountain. Also offers in-person and virtual mindfulness practice opportunities (classes & group sittings), based on the Buddhist vipassana tradition. 

 

Further Mindfulness Resources . . . continue your journey


RETREAT CENTERS WITH ONLINE OFFERINGS


MAGAZINES, OFFERING ONLINE ARTICLES AND COURSES

  • OMM co-founder Frank Anderson and public radio host Lisa Barry, of 89.1 WEMU, are producing the podcast, Exploring Awareness. Find it on any podcast app or click here for the Apple link.


BOOKS AND CDS