Welcome To The Frederick Meditation Center!

The Frederick Meditation Center is located in downtown Frederick, MD just above The Tasting Room restaurant. We welcome new and experienced meditators, and offer a variety of meditation classes and workshops. If you are new to meditation don't worry - we were new once too - and will take the time to make you feel welcome, and answer any questions you have.

Specialty workshops and programs are offered year-round, and private meditation and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy sessions can be scheduled with our founder, Heather Stang. We are grateful you have found us, and welcome you into the community!


Meditation in Everyday Life

Start date: July 10, 2017

End date: July 24, 2017

Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am

Location: Frederick Meditation Center

3 Week Course with Jerry Webster.  This is a program on bringing mindfulness into our daily lives.  It is open to both new and long-time meditation practitioners.  It will allow participants to begin a new practice or to deepen one if one has already established a practice.

Week 1:  Meditation: An Intimate Relationship with Ourselves

Week 2:  Gathering the Mind and Working with Emotions

Week 3:  Everyday Life and Mindfulness in Action

Daytime Meditation Class for Beginners: 4 Week Course

Start date: August 10, 2017

End date: August 31, 2017

Time: 10:30 am - 12 noon

Location: Frederick Meditation Center

frederick meditaiton center founder Heather StangLess Anxiety. More Peace! Learn how to focus your mind, relax your body, and cultivate a calm and peaceful presence. The Meditation Class for Beginners is led by the Frederick Meditation Center’s founder and author of Mindfulness & Grief, Heather Stang, and features an online learning component with guided meditations for home practice.


Sunday Morning Drop-In Buddhist Meditation Group

Start date: August 28, 2016

End date: July 31, 2018

Time: 9:30-11:30am

Location: Frederick Meditation Center

Offered Weekly By Donation ($10-$20 Suggested). The class begins with a period of lightly guided meditation, which is followed by a period of sharing and discussion about mindfulness and Buddhist principles. The class closes with a period of silent meditation, which may be practiced seated or walking. Led by Adam Silcott, an affiliate teacher with the Insight Meditation Community of Washington.