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Behind the counter: Meet Sister Jenna from the Meditation Museum

Tamika Smith, Patch: In the heart of the bustling downtown sits a place that’s home to people of many cultures who find relaxation beyond its doors.

The Meditation Museum, located at 8236 Georgia Ave., provides a place for people of diverse cultures to attend courses on meditation and stress management.

Over the past decade, the director of the center—Jenna Mahraj, who is known as “Sister Jenna”—travelled the world spreading her positive message to more than 80 countries, including India, Egypt, Korea, Japan, Greece, and Italy.

Patch sat down with Sister Jenna to chat about her accomplishments and goals for working inside of the museum.

Patch: …

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Comment from Tatiana
Time: August 23, 2012, 2:00 am

I’ve been there and it’s amazing.
The people, programs, and smell
is like paradise.

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