Why Not Enjoy … the Rest of Your Life!

Quiet Path Meditation has been shown to reduce stress, insomnia, depression, and symptoms of PTSD, while bolstering heart health, resistance to disease, and athletic performance. Research shows that a regular meditation practice can reduce back pain, headaches, and other chronic pain by resetting the body’s perception and anticipation of pain. Students report more vitality, increased creativity and problem solving, and improved relationships.
Quiet Path Meditation takes an intimate approach to meditation, with small class sizes and a focus on individual attention and ongoing support. Everyone can practice and enjoy this meditation technique, regardless of cultural or religious beliefs. Tito & Natalee Practiced for twenty minutes while sitting comfortably with the eyes closed – it’s like a twenty-minute vacation for the mind, body, and soul, delivering benefits right away. During meditation, the mind settles into a silent and restful state while remaining fully alert. In this peaceful, often blissful, state of self-awareness, the body also gains a profoundly deep rest – much deeper than sleep. Scientists call this a “restructuring state,” which allows the body’s natural healing mechanisms to fully function.
Following the practice, students feel mentally and physically refreshed and empowered to achieve more with less effort. Work, recreation, and relationships are more rewarding. The mind is calmer and more alert. Energy levels increase. The Quiet Path technique reduces stress, increases productivity, and reverses the aging process. And it all starts with a twenty-minute vacation.
“Imagine going to work every day with a positive attitude, devoid of any of the worries and pressures you currently suffer. Your reduced stress levels will have already provided you a restful night’s sleep. Your morning meditation enables you to think more clearly and accomplish what you need without self-inflicted mental and emotional impediments. Your afternoon meditation leaves you refreshed and recharged.” – Paul Brown

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