Mastermind Meditation Center – a Gym for the Brain

The first “gym for your brain” of its kind and the only one in Dallas, the Mastermind Meditation Center provides a place for those that want a convenient class environment to learn and practice guided mindfulness meditation and study with experienced and trained teachers, mindfulness practitioners, clinical instructors and experts such as Dr. John Gasko and Dr. Marty Lumpkin.

The center offers daily mindfulness meditation classes, seven days a week, for beginners or experienced meditators. The goal is to guide and support participants in using mindfulness to improve brain health, cultivate self-awareness and compassion, which makes for stronger leaders, and reduce stress to help people with illnesses like cancer and heart disease manage depression, anxiety, anger and other mood disturbances.

The 30-to-45-minute classes are designed for those that want a structured, data-based mindfulness program led by a trained professional. Mindful Monday is a specialty class for beginners, and there is a one-hour sound class every Sunday.

Classes cost $10 for new students; packages and monthly memberships are available. Location: 3858 Oak Lawn Ave., Ste. 410, Dallas. For more information, call Chief Mindfulness Officer Chelsey Charbeneau at 214-522-4575, email or visit


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