Namaste Niagara opens up the boardwalk at White Water Walk for an unrivaled experience that marries the mindfulness of meditation with the breathtaking power of the Niagara River. Following your 8:00 am meditation session, enjoy breakfast at one of our Feast On certified restaurants along the Niagara Parkway.
In this guided workshop, the beautiful landscape at White Water Walk will be used to explore various meditation techniques and practices, encouraging the body and mind to experience peaceful surrender. Combining our senses with the backdrop of Niagara River, you will be guided to explore a number of different meditative exercises that involve stillness, gentle movement and walking.
Tickets are $60 per person.
Meet Your Instructor
Swapna Krishnamoorthy is an avid meditation researcher and practitioner. She is currently completing her PhD in the Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour at McMaster University, investigating the effects of mindfulness meditation on various neurocognitive processes. Aside from her scientific interests, Swapna has also been practicing yoga and meditation for the past 15 years and has recently completed her registered yoga teacher training.
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There’s no place like home
Niagara Parks is committed to sourcing its ingredients from right here at home, that’s why all five Niagara Parks restaurants are proudly Feast On certified by the Culinary Tourism Alliance.
Following each class, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy brunch inside one of our restaurants on the Niagara Parkway. Savour favourites like Belgian Waffles with seasonal berries and Chantilly Cream, Eggs Benedict with Bacon and Country Sausage, or a variety of artisan breads and pastries and discover why local food is such an important part of the Niagara Parks story.