Mindful Meditation



Carve out some YOU time


Whether you are a regular practitioner or new to mindfulness meditation,
we invite you to join us each month for an hour of quiet sitting and walking.
This is a secular form of meditation and all are welcome.
Please bring a yoga mat or towel (chairs provided if you wish)


Your Guide:



Maggie Tudor was introduced to formal meditation in 2003 in Zen and Taoism.  For years, she studied and practiced in several traditions and lineages, continuously exploring and seeking wisdom.  In 2018, Maggie was introduced to Buddhism in the Plum Village Tradition and has made it a daily practice ever since.  Outside of meditation practice, Maggie is a professor at the University of Tampa and is a Certified Mental Performance Coach where she consults and works with teams, groups, and individuals.




We request mask wearing and social distancing for all activities inside our Welcome Center

No pets please. Only on-duty Certified Service Dogs are allowed. Even the very nicest of pets can be a disruption to others.

RSVP: info@HeartwoodPreserve.com

Open to the public, free to attend!


Walking Meditation

Quiet Your Mind as You Improve Your Health

Join us in the Preserve on Sunday, February 16th, for a mindful nature walk.

Hosted by Justin Martz:

New Port Richey local Justin Martz is a 200 hour graduate & teacher-trainer at JivaPatha School of Conscious Yoga and House of Light Yoga in Spring Hill, FL. He teaches professionally throughout the nature coast, focusing on the roots of yoga as a philosophical tradition which incorporates both metaphysical theory and practice of disciplined breath, physical movement, and cognition. He is actively involved with Heartwood’s Burial Crew and part of our Heartwood family.


*BRING: Yoga mat or towel, water bottle, insect repellent.

Please wear closed-toed shoes.

No pets for this walk, please.


9:00 AM




(727) 376-5111