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Mindfulness, Meditation, and Movement

February 21 @ 7:00 pm 8:30 pm

Join us for an immersive experience of mindfulness, meditation, and movement.

What is mindfulness, how can it help you, and how do you do it? What’s the difference between mindfulness and meditation? How can movement connect these concepts?

This session with physiotherapist Susan Czyzo will begin by providing a relatable introduction to mindfulness. We will explore its meaning, purpose, and relevance in our modern lives. By breaking down the abstract nature of mindfulness, participants will gain a clearer understanding of its essence. Meditation is a fundamental aspect of mindfulness. During the workshop, participants will be guided through various meditation techniques to connect with the present moment. Grounded in her deep knowledge of the body, physiotherapy and pilates, Susan will help you connect with and become more deeply aware of your physical body and emotions through gentle movement. To deepen the learning experience, time will be allocated for group discussion. Participants will have the opportunity to share their insights, ask questions, and reflect on their experiences with mindfulness. This communal aspect will foster a sense of belonging and support among participants. Whether you are a beginner or seeking to reinvigorate your mindfulness practice, this workshop offers a valuable opportunity for personal growth and well-being.

Wear comfortable clothing and remember to bring a yoga mat and water bottle.

Program Schedule

Wednesday, February 21, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

Public $28, TBG Members $25 (plus applicable taxes and fees)

About Susan Czyzo

Susan Czyzo supports adults in living active, mindful and grounded lives so that they can do what they love and lead meaningful lives. Susan does this through mindfulness coaching and teaching, physiotherapy, and Pilates. Her approach to health and healing is an active and holistic one. She wants to leave her clients feeling secure and inspired to take action toward better physical and mental health. Knowing that most of us lead busy lives, Susan strives to help her clients make shifts that are accessible and sustainable, and to pass on the tools they can use long after she stops working with them. A lover of the outdoors, Susan believes that when we take care of our health, we’re also helping to take care of the planet.


Join Toronto Botanical Garden

Join the Toronto Botanical Garden (TBG) as a member to get a discount on this program, upcoming events and classes, and free parking. A TBG membership helps you deepen your knowledge and connection to the natural world, become a part of a dynamic community of plant people, and be inspired! Become a member !

Safe Program Access:

  • This is an in-person, indoor, Adult Education program at the Toronto Botanical Garden.
  • To ensure the safety of our participants and instructors, all staff, volunteers, and participants are welcome to wear masks indoors and maintain physical distancing.
  • To learn more about what we’re doing to make your next visit safe, enriching, and uplifting, please review our list of Frequently Asked Questions

Please review our Refund Policy and Terms of Agreement.

Registration Deadlines: Tuesday February 20, 2024 at 12 pm



February 21
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Event Categories:
777 Lawrence Avenue East
Toronto, ON M3C 1P2 Canada