Meditation at Mood House

Can’t sit still? We get it. Mood House meditation is beginner-friendly – every class is 45 minutes and includes two guided meditations with a break in the middle. Our instructors have your back.

The Classes

Meditation for Stress-Relief
Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
Feeling stressed? Aren’t we all. In this class, learn meditation and mindfulness tools to help you bring down those stress levels both in class and on your own.

Meditation for Entrepreneurs
Fridays at 8 a.m.
Entrepreneurs have to make a million decisions a day, are being pulled in all the directions, and still have to cut through the chaos to focus and stray true to their mission and vision. This class will help with stress-relief and focus techniques to help you level up in your business.

Meditation for Body Love
Sundays at 9 a.m.
When was the last time you thanked your body for all it can do? In this class, deepen your connection and relationship to the body, with hopes of being more receptive to how what we consume, how we move, and the emotions we feel that affect our body.

The Details

Pricing: $10 per class for Mood House members, $20 per class for non-members [Members - use code MHMember to access your price when booking!]

Cancellation:
If you need to cancel your class due to illness, please text to let us know at 704-286-0906. No-shows will not receive refunds for missed classes.

Parking: There is ample, free parking at our Dilworth location.

What to bring: A yoga mat, blanket (if you choose) and, of course, your mask.

What to wear: Whatever you feel comfortable in! This is not a yoga class so if you’re wearing your work clothes, rock’em.

COVID-19 precautions: We have a reduced capacity in the meditation space, floor markers for social distancing, and require masks for all participants.

Meet the Instructors

Afeni Grace, Lead Meditation Guide

Afeni Grace has led guided meditation sessions for over 4 years, consistently incorporating self-reflection and stress management in her style. She provides participants with tools to enact mindfulness in their own journeys, gently facilitating a meditation process that heightens gratitude and a deeper connection to the world around us. Afeni has a background in project and program management for initiatives based in health and wellness, creative expression, & community outreach.

Sunny Hubler

Sunny is the editor at a Charlotte-based magazine and media group. She is also a registered yoga instructor, certified integrative nutrition practitioner, and has a Masters in Health Communication. She uses breathwork and meditation as a way to help achieve everything from energizing and strengthening the body to healing and stress reduction, easing and quieting the mind, and increasing efficiency for professional achievement. Teaching is one of her favorite things to do, and sharing meditation at a place like Mood House is a dream come true. She can't wait to see you in class!

Natalie Fadel

I am a clinical psychologist licensed to practice in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Illinois, and have earned both masters and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I also have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan. I feel fortunate to have worked clinically with a wide range of individuals over the course of my career, in both residential and outpatient settings. In my current chapter, I provide counseling for medical students and am an Associate Professor for Psychiatry and Neuro-Behavioral Sciences at an osteopathic medical school in Spartanburg, SC. Within that role, I teach on mental health and wellness topics such as mindfulness. I regularly incorporate mindfulness and mediation practices in my own life to help with balance and grounding.

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