Mindful Awareness: A Meditation Program at Asia Society
Need a little zen in your life? Asia Society is pleased to welcome the public to participate in a weekly 30-minute mindful awareness meditation session, led by Archimedes Bibiano. Mindfulness is scientifically supported as a means to reduce stress, boost the immune system, improve attention, and promote well-being.
All sessions are free for members; $5 for seniors/students; and $10 for non-members. Includes free admission to Asia Society Museum.
All sessions take place in Asia Society’s Lila Acheson Wallace Auditorium, unless otherwise noted. All attendees should check in at the front desk in order to verify their membership or to purchase a spot.
If you plan on attending all sessions, we encourage you to consider annual membership with Asia Society. Annual membership is $75 ($60 for seniors) and gives you unlimited access to the museum and meditation sessions and 10 percent discounts at the Garden Court Café and AsiaStore, as well as discounts on tickets to programs and access to members-only events. For more information and to join, please see our membership page or call 212-327-9338. Memberships may also be purchased in person at our front desk.
All sessions take place on Wednesdays from 1:30 pm to 2 pm unless otherwise noted.
December 11 (12:30–1:00 pm)
December 18 (12:30–1:00 pm)
Please note: Attendees must arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the session in order to register and get seated. Please keep in mind these sessions are intended to be quiet and meditative. Once the session has started, we will be unable to admit new guests.
Archimedes Bibiano is a Mindfulness Meditation and Adaptive Yoga Teacher certified by Mindful Life Yoga and an associate with The Awareness Training Institute and Greater Good Science Center at the University of California at Berkeley. Mr. Bibiano has been studying and practicing meditation for thirty years, fifteen of which have been dedicated to teaching classes, workshops and seminars at schools, hospitals, and meditation centers in the United States and in Latin America.