Find a meditation class in Grand Prairie, TX

Find meditation classes in Grand Prairie, TX

Find meditation classes in Grand Prairie, TX

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Top 10 meditation classes in Grand Prairie, TX

Students agree: these Grand Prairie meditation classes are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
The Ball I.Q.

The Ball I.Q.

Offers online services
6 hires on Lessons
5+ years in business
Serves Grand Prairie, TX
Chenette says, "He is very hands on and professional. He comes up with new routines to help tragedy what you need help on so no session is the same " Read more
Coach Me Lori B. (Yoga & Holistic Health)

Coach Me Lori B. (Yoga & Holistic Health)

Top Pro
Offers online services
1 hire on Lessons
4+ years in business
Serves Grand Prairie, TX
Caroline C. says, "I didn't realize yoga could assist in a person's weight loss journey. I find that amazing. Lori is very personable and has the ability to pull you into the process with her bubbly personality and calming voice." Read more
Grow Into Change Yoga

Grow Into Change Yoga

New on Lessons
Offers online services
3+ years in business
Serves Grand Prairie, TX
As a mental health provider and yoga instructor I bring both mindfulness and healing to the practice of yoga. I have worked as a qualified mental health professional for over six years, and have practiced yoga for thirteen years. Understanding the benefits of meditation and yoga for mental health led me to becoming a yoga instructor. I focus on Hatha and Yin Yoga. It is with my purest intentions that you experience deep relaxation from my sessions. Thank you for choosing me as your instructor. What I enjoy about the work I do is that my clients are able to report immediate results and benefits after a session....
Swimming & Yoga Teaching

Swimming & Yoga Teaching

10 hires on Lessons
Serves Grand Prairie, TX
Mary H. says, "I didn’t think I’d learn so much in such in a short period of time. Eric is very professional, an excellent teacher and easy to get along with. I would highly recommend him to anyone who wants to improve and learn. He knows his craft very well. His wealth of knowledge is astounding! I’ve noticed a significant improvement in my swimming skill with each class, and even other people notice my posture and movement is better." Read more

Your meditation questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do meditation classes cost near me?

Meditation classes cost $15 to $30 per person for a group session. One-on-one sessions cost $60 to $150 per hour for a more individualized experience. Some teachers offer online virtual classes for groups or individuals with ongoing monthly plans.

Higher prices apply for supplemental add-ons to enhance meditation, such as aromatherapy or sound baths with Tibetan singing bowls.

What should you expect at a meditation class?

Meditation classes typically start with an introductory talk. Then everyone closes their eyes and sits still. Classes can include a simple guided breathing technique to reduce stress and tension. If it's a guided meditation session, then the teacher speaks each instruction for focusing.

Note: The length of the silent pauses during the class will vary depending on the technique and style. Some meditation classes are in complete silence from beginning to end. Afterward, there may be a questions and answer session and light refreshments.

Why should you go to a meditation class?

Benefits from going to a mediation class include:

  • Reducing stress and releasing mental tension
  • Increasing self-awareness
  • Enhancing creativity and imagination
  • Promoting mental clarity by focusing on the present moment
  • Lowering blood pressure
  • Decreasing anxiety
  • Helping to relieve depression
  • Boosting personal and spiritual growth

How long is a meditation class?

Most meditation classes last for 30 to 60 minutes. Longer classes on meditation retreats typically have a short break in between for bathroom trips and stretching your legs.

How do you prepare for a meditation class?

Do prepare for a meditation class by taking a bathroom break, drinking some water, and doing a few gentle stretches to get into a comfortable sitting posture.

Do not eat a large meal or drink alcohol less than 2 hours before class because these things can make you fall asleep when trying to meditate. Having a lot of caffeine before a meditation class can make it harder to sit still.

What do you bring to a meditation class?

Things to bring to a meditation class include:

  • A change of comfortable clothing if you're coming from the office
  • A meditation pillow, yoga mat, or bench to sit on
  • An eye mask if the lighting is distracting
  • A journal and pen to track insights

Tip: Ask the meditation center or teacher beforehand about which items they have available.

What should you wear to a meditation class?

The ideal clothing to wear for a meditation class is comfortable clothing that lets you to breathe easily and sit on the floor or stretch a little. Loose-fitting clothing is ideal.

What classes complement meditation classes?

Yoga classes complement meditation classes since the postures prepare the body and mind for meditation. Yoga classes cost $15 to $25 per group class while a private lesson costs $30 to $70 per class. Tai Chi classes also help focus the mind for meditation.

How do I find a meditation class near me?

When searching for a nearby meditation class, first decide which type of meditation you are interested in. Then compare class fees and read their reviews on Google and Lessons. After booking, keep a copy of the refund policy and terms and conditions for your records.

What questions do I ask meditation teachers?

  • How long have you been teaching?
  • Have you taken any meditation retreats or courses, and if so, where were you trained?
  • What is the minimum experience required for a meditation teacher here?
  • Which type of meditation do you teach?
  • Do you have chairs available if I can't sit on the ground?
  • Are private guided meditations and coaching available online?
  • How long will the class take, and how many people attend?
  • Are your classes affiliated with religious beliefs?
  • Do you offer refunds if I don’t like the class?
  • Can I get a discount if I book multiple classes or a meditation retreat?
  • Do you offer any support or answer questions between classes?
  • What happens during one of your classes?
  • What should I bring to the class, and do you have lockers to store my things?

Reviews for Grand Prairie meditation classes

Recent success stories from people in the Grand Prairie area.
Jaimie H.
The one on one training. And the push to do more than you thought possible.
The Ball I.Q.
Tyler R.
I attend Lori’s yoga experiences. They are always relaxing & VERY needed. She’s a great teacher who shares knowledge and wisdom during classes.
Coach Me Lori B. (Yoga & Holistic Health)
Yuvaraj Perumal M.
I took 6 classes package for swimming as a fresher without any experience in swimming before, I'm 28 year old, till date have taken 4 classes, successfully able to do elementary backstroke and started with free style learning. So far so good. Would say the experience and expertise which Eric posses is commendable and he is friendly coach to work with.
Swimming & Yoga Teaching
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