Facilitated by Dori Bryan Ployer
Mondays: Sept. 11th-Oct. 16th, 2017 (see times below)
377 North Main Street, Mansfield MA 02048
The research is astounding. Just a few moments of meditation each day improves physical, emotional, and intellectual function. Along with the well documented lifelong benefits of arts-based engagement, MMAS also embraces complimentary modalities that equally and uniquely promote well-being. To that commitment, MMAS is now hosting Meditation Mondays, a Monday afternoon centering and coordinating practice that gives its participants room to let go of the day, practice mindful breathing, and prepare for a relaxing evening. Whether you are coming from work, school, or home, chose one of MMAS’s two Monday meditation groups and join us for a 40-minute practice that will serve you long after it is over. Meditation Mondays will be held at 377 North Main Street, Mansfield MA 02048. For the convenience of our neighbors and local patrons the meditation sessions have been intentionally coordinated with the peak weekday arrival times of the Mansfield Commuter Rail. Meditation sessions will start upon the arrival of all registered students.
Session I: 5:20-6:00pm
Session II: 6:10-6:50pm
To assure attendance, pre-registration is required.
Call MMAS to register by telephone weekdays 10 AM-4 PM
Online Registration is closed, but call for information on late registration
Six week 40-minute workshop: $45.00*
Weekly 40-minute visit: $9.00*
*Please note: The MMAS member discount is not available for this program
Dori Bryan Ployer is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory, Cambridge College, and Emerson College and is currently pursuing her doctorate in education through Lesley University. Dori has directed and choreographed throughout Southeastern Massachusetts including Bay Colony Productions, The Buckley Performing Arts Center, and Dean College. Some of Dori’s credits include: Spring Awakening, Godspell, Chicago, Rent, Hairspray, Jesus Christ Superstar and The Producers. Dori is an adjudicator for the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild (METG) and a respondent for The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF). Most recently Dori was invited to become a board member on the Holbrook Cultural Council. Dori has been nationally recognized for her work as an educator, director, and choreographer.