Interested in meditating around campus? There are several places to meet your schedule…
The Center for Mindfulness and Consciousness Studies offers unguided, silent meditation space at 3520 5th Avenue, 2nd Floor in the Stoner Conference Room, Mondays and Fridays, 12pm—1pm (excluding university holidays).
Yoga U PGH offers semi-guided meditation, 3608 Forbes Ave. Walk-ins welcome Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:15—12:45. Door locks once session begins at 12:15. Go here for scheduling.
The William Pitt Union Reflection Room, 3959 Fifth Ave, 3rd Floor, is open for silent reflection, meditation, and prayer during all WPU Building Hours. An ablution station is also available near the restrooms.
Pitt Stress Free Zone offers walk-in services and regularly scheduled classes at 3959 Fifth Ave, 3rd Floor. All services are for Pitt students only. For the Stress Free Zone schedule, check out the September 2019 calendar.
Center for Integrated Medicine offers evening meditations at 580 S. Aiken Avenue, Suite 310. Sessions are scheduled on a monthly basis. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or request more information.
All spaces are free and welcome everyone unless otherwise noted.
The Fourth Annual Mindfulness Fair, sponsored by the Center for Mindfulness and Consciousness Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2019 at the Falk Laboratory School on the Pitt campus. Doors open for this free, all-ages event at 9:30a.m. and it runs through 4p.m. The theme this year is “Mindfulness in Our Community: Listening, Learning, Helping.”
This year we will explore ways in which mindfulness – the conscious awareness of the moment- can help our community heal, find peace, and move us into action to make positive change. Keynote speaker, Michelle King, fellow love activist, social change facilitator, and innovative mindfulness educator will be featured, along with breakout sessions, mindful movement activities, “all ages” activities, and a special panel of mindful action first responders who set the pace for positive change in our city after the events last year.
Our meditation room will feature a variety of meditation techniques led by local practitioners. Information tables highlighting the work of regional non-profit and campus organizations will also be available throughout the day.
Light refreshments and snacks will be available throughout the day.
We invite the greater Pittsburgh community to gather together to mindfully listen and learn from each other as we all find ways to help bring peace, healing, and change for all.
Download the 4th Mindfulness Fair program for a speaker listing and schedule.
For more information, and to register, go to our Eventbright page.
The University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Mindfulness and Consciousness Studies and the Pittsburgh Alliance for University Schools are hosting a Mindfulness for Educators evening. This group brings together Pittsburgh area teachers who are practicing mindfulness, who are hoping to practice or who would like to introduce mindfulness to their students.
The event will take place Tuesday, January 22nd from 6:30 – 7:30 pm at Falk School and will include a group practice, a chance to share, and professional resources. Sign up now!