Membership

What does being an Integral Center Member look like? You decide! Design your involvement from an occasional drop-in class to an immersive experience. Here is an example of what is possible…

A SAMPLE DAY AT THE INTEGRAL CENTER
(for the solo-entrepreneur)

7:00-8:15am – Zen Meditation
9:00am-12:00pm – Co-Working and meetings with clients in the Coaching Room and Boardroom
12:00-1:00pm – Yoga
1:30-5:00pm – Productivity Accelerator (timed co-working with a group)
7:00-9:00pm – Community Circling

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There are many reasons to become a member of The Integral Center but the main benefit is being immersed in a community of other members who are committed to having more flourishing lives.  By being surrounded by and practicing with others who really want to grow, our own growth can’t help but skyrocket!  So come join a group of folks who just really care about discovering and bringing their greatest gifts to meet the world’s greatest needs.

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We support the community’s development in many ways at the Integral Center: relationship practice, yoga & embodiment, livelihood & career support, contemplative practice, conscious nightlife, thought-leader seminars, and a lot more. The following drop-in classes, co-working, and discounts are unlimited with a monthly membership fee.

Authentic Relating

Circling Labs, Circling Nights, Game Nights, Men’s and Women’s Groups

Yoga & Embodiment

Ecstatic Dance, Yoga, Martial Arts and Dance Classes

Livelihood Support

Co-Working, Productivity Accelerator, Integral Livelihood Seminars, Coaching Circles

Contemplation and Meditation

Daily Morning Meditation, Non-dual and Empowered Consciousness Talks,
Day-Long (Zazenkai) Meditation Retreats

Other Community Offerings

Integral Philosophy & Thought-Leader Seminars, 50% Off Room Rentals,
Full-Building Parties (Convergences), Discounts on Weekend Programs,
Discounts at the Mandala Integrative Health Clinic

Membership Package
Integral Center Membership

$75 per month*

Sign Up

* Membership dues are charged monthly with an automatic credit or debit card withdrawal. To cancel email info@integralcenter.org.

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Testimonials

“Relationship seems to be more important than ever and yet more elusive than ever. For all of postmodernism’s emphasis on the relational or cultural components of life, they have offered pitifully little in terms of actual practices to authentically awaken and get in touch with this dimension. This is where The Integral Center excels!”

Probably the most complete and loving transformational center in the world as of today. If you come from abroad… consider that you might extend your stay once you’ve tasted the place!!

For the past 2 years, The Integral Center has been an important part of my life. It’s a community center where I’ve worked, played, learned, led, and taught. It’s also a living experiment in what it means to create conscious community. And wow, what a wild, precious, human ride that’s been: love and anger, conflict and compassion, sexuality and silliness, raucous celebration and sweet silence, confusion and clarity, pain and joy. All this and more is held in a big integral embrace that, in theory and very often in practice, expansively welcomes and honors it.

Through the practices done here, the community that shows up, the transformation and growth opportunities, and the relationships that form out of all of those, I’ve learned that I don’t have to take care of myself.  People want to be there for me, I just have to give them the opportunity to be.

In the growing epidemic of isolation, the Integral Center is like a lighthouse, shining love and connection out across the world.  And I mean this literally.  People come from all over the world to be in and to learn how to create the kind of community that we’re creating.  The kind of community where people can be fully themselves; where people can ask for help and receive it; where people genuinely and deeply care about one another; where people can struggle and mess up; where people can show up however they are, without having to cover up, or hide what’s going on for them.