Meditation and Stress Management at the Graf Center

Meditation and Stress Management

Meditation and Stress Management at the Graf Center

The Rodgers Family Meditation Program at the Graf Center for Integrative Medicine offers workshops and programs for people looking to relax or to help deal with a chronic condition such as cancer, heart disease, or pain.

Schedule and offerings vary throughout the year. See our calendar of meditation classes and events for our full schedule and fees and be sure to register in advance. Some of our featured offerings include:

Private Sessions

Make an appointment for just you and a meditation instructor in the privacy and comfort of the Graf Center. A 30-minute session is $50; a 60-minute session is $75.

Pre/Post-Surgery Meditation

By appointment only, these private sessions are designed for people preparing for surgery or recovering from surgery. Research shows that practicing meditation and guided imagery can reduce the nervous system response to stress and accelerates healing from surgery. A 60-minute session is $75; 10 sessions are $700.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Series

This series is held one or two times a year over six sessions. Participants learn powerful and effective healing therapies, such as meditation, guided imagery, biofeedback, breath work, and mindful eating, to help with life changes, stress, and illness.


Meditation for Stress, Anxiety, Depression, and Pain

These weekly classes teach simple techniques to help relax the body, build resistance to stress, lower blood pressure, assist with pain management and anxiety/depression, and improve mental clarity.

Gentle Movement and Meditation

This is a six-week series, held once or twice a year, that teaches participants how to establish a personal meditation practice to balance the mind and body.

Virtual “6-Minute Meditation Fix”

In the audio recordings, Jennifer Graf, LCSW, guides you through three short audio meditation sessions. Spend just six minutes in the morning, another six during the day, and a final six before bedtime.


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