What is Meditation?
To Meditate is to experience quietness and focus of the mind for
greater inner peace, relaxation and awareness.
Meditation itself is simple to learn. When practised regularly it becomes an invaluable skill for dealing with everyday life. When this is developed, it becomes a great tool for dealing with challenges or adverse situations in life. The type of Meditation taught is for all, regardless of background or faith.The aim is to enter into a space of stillness and calm so that any stress is released. Through focus on the breath, mind and body are synchronised, a re-connection to self is made and feelings of balance, relaxation and peace can permeate your being.
Meditation can transform your life! It is well documented that Meditation reduces stress, can help you to sleep better, feel more patient, tolerant and understanding of yourself and others. It can help you to get in touch with how you feel emotionally and physically. It provides a space in your day where you are a human- being, not a human doing! It increases your quality of life and can help you to be a better person.
I teach guided meditation using mindfulness of breathing, visualisation and positive mind
techniques. This allows a deeply relaxed state of mind to be achieved quickly and
- To energise the mind
- To encourage healthy, positive thoughts
- To increase confidence & motivation
- To enhance the immune system & speed up healing
- To gain fresh perspective and Insight
- To take time out to connect to self
- Mild Depression
- Restlessness & inability to focus and concentrate
- Reduces pain (muscular or from illness)
- Helps to cope with big life-challenges
I teach groups and individuals in the workplace and in schools. If you are interested in Meditation classes contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for all enquiries.
I hold a regular weekly Meditation drop-in class. See the Meditation Class page and the workshops page for upcoming meditation workshops.