Every Tuesday: Weekly Open Meditation Hour
St. Joan of Arc Chapel 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm.
Join us for an hour of weekly meditation, open to the entire Marquette community, including students, faculty and staff. All are welcome and invited to drop in or stay for the hour. (Meditation instruction available. If interested please contact us or arrive at the beginning of the hour.)

Guided Meditation Employee Wellness
707 MU Medical Clinic, Wednesdays, 12:15-12:45 pm
Fall 2014: 4 week class - $16; 8 week class - $32
Employee Wellness offers guided meditation sessions throughout each semester. For more information contact Kristin Kipp at 288-6707 or kristin.kipp@marquette.edu. To register, go to http://marquette.edu/wellness/employees/guided-meditation-signup.php

Meditation Flyer

Yoga in Sensenbrenner Atrium
Practice sunrise yoga in the beautiful atriums of Marquette’s newly renovated Sensenbrenner Hall, part of the historic core of Marquette University’s campus.  Located at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and 11th Street the building serves as a major gateway to the campus. Vinyassa Yoga is designed to provide a cardiovascular workout while building strength, flexibility and focus.  Taught in the Vinyasa flow style, linking one breath to one movement, this class is accessible to all individuals. Modifications and variations will be provided to allow all students from beginners to advanced to work at their own level.  Music too.
Class Details
Fall 2014: Thursdays, 6:30 - 7:45a.m.

Lunchtime Yoga with Shayne from CoreEssence Studios
Fall 2014: Fridays 12 noon - 1 pm
707 MU Medical Clinic

All yoga classes are $5 per session. Registration details coming soon. For more information contact Kristin Kipp at 288-6707 or kristin.kipp@marquette.edu.


Mission of the Marquette Contemplative Community

The Marquette Contemplative Community [MCC] was established to support interest in contemplative practices at Marquette University. The mission of the Marquette Contemplative Community is to offer educational programming and contemplative practice as a community of people who value the possibilities contemplation holds for meaningful life and service, both at Marquette and in our wider society. Our vision is nonsectarian, and has emphasis on mindfulness meditation, loving kindness and compassion meditation, and Christian contemplative prayer.