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The Center for Mindful Exploration in November

Beginning Mindfulness Meditation Class is Back in January.

You’ve been asking and it is back. Our 4-week beginning meditation class will be held in January from 6:30-8:30-pm on Wednesday nights beginning January 8, 2020.


Come join the growing community in our yoga program

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Yoga continues with our Adaptive Yoga classes on Mondays, 5:30 – 6:30pm and our ongoing yoga classes on Tuesdays (Kristina Moore, RYT) and Thursdays (Joanne Rogers, RYT) , 7 -8pm.

Please check out our yoga page for more information


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Community Meditation in November


Remember that Community Meditation now meets on the fourth MONDAY of each month instead of the fourth Tuesday. (Remember, it’s the fourth Monday, not the last Monday!)

Community Meditation is free and open to the public. We participate in a different type of meditation each month. No experience is necessary. This is a great place to begin or to strengthen your own meditation practice.

November’s meditation is a guided meditation.  Community Meditation will meet Monday, November 25 at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in LaGrange, GA, 7-8pm.

Come join us.


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Give the gift of wellness.


Gift certificate are available for this holiday season. Gift certificates can be made for any amount and can be applied to yoga, workshops, classes, retreats and therapy. What better gift to give than one that says

“I want you to take care of you.”

Email or call the office at 706-443-5433 for more information about gift certificates.

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Community Hike


Looking for a fun day in nature and a way to get to know some pretty nice people? Come join The Center for Mindful Exploration for a hike in Pine Mountain on Saturday, November 23. This event is free except for the $5 parking permit required at FDR State park. You can meet us in our parking lot and caravan or meet us at the FDR State Park Office. Though there is no fee for this, we would love to know who is interested in joining us. Please register below.


Mountain Creek Nature Trail

This 3.2 mile-long loop trail introduces you to the plants and animals in a mixed oak-pine forest found along the headwaters of Mountain Creek. As the trail climbs and descends, look for changes between the drier ridges and the wetter stream bottoms. There are also differences due to past human activities. Early in the morning or just before sunset is a good time to hear woodpeckers tapping on snags or see deer grazing in forest glades.

NOTE: There are some steep inclines on this trail. 

For more information, or to develop programming for your organization, please email