Platt Park Post
December 2011/January 2012
Looking for a place to get a little refuge from the hustle and bustle of life? Then you might want to check out newly opened Mayu Sanctuary, described as a "unique urban refuge for everyone seeking rest, guidance and inspiration." Located at 1804 S. Pearl Street (behind the garden). They offer a large selection of meditation seating suppies including cushions, benches, bolsters and mats, as well as books, CDs and other objects to assist the practice of meditation. Foot, hand or scalp massages are offered. A variety of weekly classes and workshops are available to help soothe the holdiay stress. For more information you can visit their website www.mayusanctuary.com or just stop in.
Wash Park Profile
Whether it's the closing of a favored dining spot, or some other life condition that has played havoc with your spiritual center, Mayu Meditation Sanctuary is open at 1804 S. Pearl St., providing the perfect environment in which to nurture and re-center your inner self.
Cierra Imig has created Mayu as a haven from day-to-day life. Mayu translates to "cocoon" in Japanese, "a place of stillness and protection that allows great transformation." The Mayu website defines sanctuary as "a shelter or refuge one can turn to for help, relief or escape; a source of aid or comfort in times of difficulty."
Mayu offers practitioners formal and informal meditation seating on a walk-in basis, 7 days a week; classes and instruction on meditation, tai chi and other wellness topics; meditation supplies (cushions, benches, mats, bolsters); as well as mini massages focusing on particular areas hindering complete relaxation. Full massage appointments and a vareity of counseling practitioners are available at Mayu's Mind-Body Studio at 616 Washington St.
With the holidays just past, this might be a good time to get your inner self in order. For information, call 303-832-0033 or visit www.mayusanctuary.com.