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Madison LGBTQI

Meditation Group

Meeting Information

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, & Questioning Sangha
Meeting Format
  • 30-minute meditation
  • 10-minute walking meditation, yoga, or stretching
  • Welcome/Announcements
  • Introductions/Check-ins
  • Reading or Dharma Talk
  • Mindful Discussion
  • Mindfulness Dedication /Closing
Cost

$5-10 suggested donation to help cover the cost of rent.

If you don't carry cash, you can make an online donation through Venmo

Who

Anyone self-identified as LGBTQI

When

Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday
From 7:00 - 8:30pm

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Meditation Experience

All levels 

Where

James Reeb Unitarian Universalist Church
2146 E Johnson St
Madison, WI 53704

Questions?
Diversity Statement
Mindful Sharing Guidelines

The Madison LGBTQI meditation group aspires to:

  • Provide a safe space where LGBTQIs can deepen the practice of meditation and mindfulness.
  • Cultivate a sense of community & belonging within the LGBTQI meditation group and the Madison meditation community as a whole.
  • Study the dharma from diverse perspectives and inspire insightful discussion.

FAQ

Do I need to bring my own cushion or bench?

Yes, please bring your own cushion or bench if you have one.  We have a few cushions and there are also chairs available.

What if I come late, after group has already begun?

The doors lock automatically so please plan to arrive by 6:50pm.

Where can I find parking?

There is a parking lot next to the building and free street parking is available on all streets around the building.

Is the space ADA accessible?

Yes

I identify as an LGBTQI ally. Can I participate in the group?

Currently, this group choses to be designated as LGBTQI-only for the purposes of cultivating a sincere circle of belonging that feels safe to its members, where they may intimately explore spirituality in the context of multiple and intersecting lines of difference that include, but are not limited to: sexuality, gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic class, age, and dis/abilities.

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