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Check out a few resources and schedule highlights below.

(For our full schedule go to classes. Head to coaching for mindfulness mentoring and coaching packages. For the latest news and events check out our blog.)

Metta Mandala

Metta Mandala

Curious about the practice of loving kindness but not sure where to begin? Have you tried loving kindness but felt inauthentic while doing? Check out this accessible variation of a metta practice!

Waking Up: Mini Morning Series

Waking Up: Mini Morning Series

Kick start or re-start a mindfulness practice! A regular morning meditation practice can help set an intention each day of greater purpose and well-being. The July installment explores Everyday Loving Kindness. Learn more (including about August series) here!

Metta (Loving Kindness) Resources

Metta (Loving Kindness) Resources

Metta is a Pali word in origin, often translated as loving kindness. As a practice it involves extending friendliness and tenderness – both inwardly and outwardly. Explore these resources to learn more, including its many benefits.

Learning how to be still, to really be still and let life happen – that stillness becomes a radiance.

– Morgan Freeman

offerings

Through mindfulness meditation classes, coaching and mentorship, OpenSpace Mindfulness offers established tools in a straightforward manner.

classes

Check out our full schedule of on-going mindfulness meditation classes & series along with worskshops, retreats & events.

coaching

Learn more about mindfulness-based coaching for small businesses & individuals, as well as mentoring for leaders.

blog

Stay up-to-date with our latest resources, tools & inspiration.

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Founder Ashley Dahl, MSW

A champion of compassionate self-awareness, Ashley possesses a keen ability to infuse mindfulness into daily life and relationships. She brings humor and a presence of calm thoughtfulness as she blends the teachings of wisdom traditions and science with modern culture. Ashley earned her Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington and is trained in mindfulness meditation through the Mindfulness Training Institute.

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