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ACI Presents Free Meditation Class at Icehouse in Phoenix

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Between the Waste Management Open and Super Bowl Sunday, this week will be all about working hard so you can play hard.

To help you clear your mind and keep you focused, the Icehouse in Phoenix is offering up some free midweek meditation.

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Presented by the Asian Classics Institute of Phoenix, The Urban Meditate Project at the IceHouse in Phoenix is a free reflection-based exercise open to all levels of practitioners and led by experienced mediation teachers John Elliott Oyzon, Rebecca Vinacour, and Salvador Lee Bravo.

After the class, there will be a discussion on meditation with light refreshments provided. The Urban Meditation Project starts at 7 p.m. and runs until 8:30 p.m. Although this event is free, donations are appreciated. Attendees are advised to bring their own mat or cushion. For more information or to RSVP, visit ACI Phoenix Presents The Urban Meditation Project on Facebook.

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