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Drop In & Sit

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    A Mindful Harlem. A Mindful YOU. Take your mind and heart for an inner workout. This program is open to all people regardless of experience. We welcome everyone. We sit, we walk, we practice together and have a supportive and lively discussion following practice.

    Drop Regrets, Drop Resentments, Drop Worries, DROP IN!


    Archimedes Bibiano

    Mindfulness Meditation & Adaptive Yoga Instructor

    Archimedes is an inspirational teacher, fluent in three languages, and has served as a keynote address and guest speaker for a number of organizations both in the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors.

    Archimedes Bibiano has been studying and practicing meditation for thirty years, fifteen of which have been dedicated to teaching classes, workshops and seminars at schools, hospitals, and meditation centers in the United States and in Latin America. His work teaching meditation as Mindfulness Based Intervention (MBI) has established thriving programs in New York City; notably, for two outpatient clinics at former St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Centers, currently Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Mount Sinai West, and since 2004, working with pediatric patients in the Child Life and Creative Arts Therapy Department at Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital, teaching meditation and yoga to children and their families, to hospital staff, medical students and interns, physicians, and clinical researchers.

    Archimedes has acted as a senior advisor for Sesame Street’s When Families Grieve™ Kit – a guide for parents and caregivers dealing with the death of a family member, providing a cultural-centered understanding of children’s inherent coping mechanisms while undergoing palliative care and grieving. His work with communities of educators and health care providers has allowed multi-cultural groups to efficiently build a shared ground of experiential knowledge, introducing a fresh approach to the development of interpersonal communication skills for self-regulation of affect, stress reduction, and conflict resolution.

    Class Schedule

    Every Saturday. 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

    Suggested Donation

    $10 | $15 | $30
    Suggested Donation. No one will be turned away.