• Posted on: September 5, 2018
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A Chance for Ottawa Geomatics Students to Relax: Canada’s Second Meditation on the Hill

Minister for Seniors Filomena Tassi and former Cabinet Minister (Conservative Party) Jack Murta meditating on Parliament Hill for Peace Day 2017

The start of the school year can be a stressful time. Innerspace’s Mass Mindfulness Meditation is a great chance for new and returning students in Ottawa to participate in a free event aimed at self-care and healing.

Melanie Tranter is a former contributing editor to the GoGeomatics magazine and has embarked on a new career path in yoga and mindfulness. As a part of the Innerspace team, Melanie invites all GoGeomatics members to participate in the 2nd Annual Mass Mindfulness Meditation for Peace on Parliament Hill and become a part of the Ottawa peace movement!

If you have just moved to Ottawa to begin your studies in GIS and you would like to take part in a low-pressure community event, you are invited to join Ottawa’s second mass mindfulness meditation in front of the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill on Friday, September 21, 2018 (12:00 noon – 1:15 p.m.) in celebration of the UN’s International Day of Peace.

WHEN:
Thursday, September 21, 2018, 12:00 -1:15pm

WHERE:
Parliament Hill, 111 Wellington Street

WHO:
Open to the public. All ages. No previous meditation experience required.
Register at www.facebook.com/Innerspacemindfulness/

OPPORTUNITY:

  • Celebrate Peace Day at Parliament Hill
  • Complimentary event open to everyone
  • Come as you are. No experience or workout gear needed but feel free to bring a
    mat, cushion, blanket or enjoy standing up with your feet in the grass.

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