“When I was going through one of the most challenging crises of my life, I discovered Mayu, an oasis that helped me reconnect with peace. Peace, introspection, personal growth, community, and higher consciousness are rare virtues in our culture, and Mayu cultivates them all. Mayu is one of the best things about living in Denver!” – Alan A.
Mayu was the first non-denominational meditation center in the country. Today it remains the only meditation co-op in America.
“What if” is not some distant dream at Mayu.
It’s the way we’ve been changing lives from the very beginning.
Phase I – Meditation Garden 2017
Phase II – Building Remodel 2018
How You Can Help
DONATE – Scroll down to add your contribution
SILENT AUCTION – Offer your unique products or services. Visit Mayu between 9am – 12pm on Sunday, Sept. 10th to bid on one-of-a-kind treasures. Click HERE for Submission Form.
SPREAD THE WORD – Share this page by email or on Facebook, pass out brochures to co-workers and family, or bring friends to Mayu for a visit.
FRIENDS WITH INFLUENCE – Know someone in radio, TV, print media, or social media marketing? Even one mention about Mayu’s expansion can spread the word to hundreds.
VISUALIZE – Imagine yourself sitting in the beauty of Mayu’s meditation garden. Daydream about attending classes or retreats in the remodeled building. The power of group intention is powerful and free!
Co-ops: Successfully Crowd Funding Since 1843
Contributing to the Campaign. What’s In It for You?
- Start or deepen your meditation practice
- Connect with nature
- Reduce stress, anxiety and depression in our society
- Combat irresponsible redevelopment in your neighborhood
- Stand up to corporate greed and dishonesty
- Create the world you want to live in
How do we reach $100,00? One donation at a time.
Large or small. One-time or recurring. Every dollar counts!
Expanding The Center
Click HERE to manage recurring donations.
“Over the time I’ve been practicing in Mayu, I’ve experienced a deeper connection to my body, more consistent awareness of my breath, and a profound sense of becoming who I am, even as I heal very old wounds. It is definitely a precious and sacred space for me!”