slo botanical gardenCome build a meditation community at the San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden, Tuesday mornings from 11:30AM – 12:15PM. Meditation instructor, Dawn Feuerberg will de-mystify meditation with clear, concise, and practical guidance. Dawn will begin each class with breath work to calm the nervous system. She will then guide you through classic mindfulness meditation techniques for 20 minutes to bring balanced relaxation, restore your energy, improve well-being and clear the mind. Mantra Practice will be offered to experience more depth & increase focus.  Dharma Talks will be interwoven on the underlying principles of meditation, the power of gratitude, bliss consciousness, and developing a daily practice that supports you wherever you are.

Drop-in sessions are $10 Garden members, $15 public. Visit slobg.org for more information.

Dawn Feuerberg is a meditation guide, a Spanish professor, a mother, a nature enthusiast, a surfer, a yoga practitioner of 28 years and the owner of Aurora Adventures LLC. She offers guided meditations in a relaxed and open atmosphere for all levels so that your personal practice can be used as a framework for practical life change. She has studied mindfulness meditation, goddess energy meditation, non-dual tantra meditation & shamanic rituals for the past decade and has completed several teacher trainings with mindfulness meditation teacher Mark Coleman of Spirit Rock and the highly regarded teacher of spiritual tantra philosophy, Sally Kempton.


About San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden

San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden is celebrating its 30th year of sowing seeds and growing together. The Garden is located at 3450 Dairy Creek Rd. It is spread out on 150 acres in El Chorro Regional Park off Highway 1 between Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo. When the master plan is complete, the Garden will be the only garden of its kind in the United States exclusively devoted to the ecosystems and plants of the five mediterranean climate regions of the world. Through its programs and facilities, the Garden fosters an appreciation and understanding of the relationship between people and nature and encourages a sense of stewardship for the natural environment. To learn more visit slobg.org or the SLO Botanical Garden Facebook page.