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Marsden Meditation

Starting Monday 4th November 2019!

Join me on Monday mornings at Marsden Mechanics (large Meeting Room) on Peel Street 9.30 – 10.15 for a relaxing Meditation Class.

This morning Meditation Class is suitable for all – beginners and seasoned meditators alike.

We will practice a variety of meditation techniques including zen, mantra, healing circle, loving kindness, visualisation, chakra, laughter, mindfulness, trataka (gazing), ho’oponopono, movement and deep listening and I will also take you through some guided breathing exercises to promote deep relaxation for mind, body and heart.

Meditation is such a wonderful tool for reducing stress, promoting our own well-being and bringing clarity to our lives. It is great to practice meditation on our own but there’s a special magic when we practice as a group. Here are just a few reasons why meditating as a group is beneficial:

It can help provide the necessary encouragement to develop a regular and consistent practice.

There is someone there who can answer any questions that you might have or difficulties that you might be experiencing.

Practising as a group will not only deepen our experience but also creates a more profound and powerful experience both personally and socially.

And last but not least nothing can beat that face to face physical connection of being in the presence of others and sharing an experience. By tapping into the same silence and source of peace at the same time we create a real connection with others in the group and also to the world as a whole – a peace of being at one with everyone and everything.

You can choose to sit on a chair, on a cushion or zafu, or lay on the floor whichever meditation position suits you most and that might change from week to week. Please bring a cushion or blanket should you decide to sit or lay on the floor.

Sessions cost £6 per person or £30 for a block of 6 consecutive sessions payable on the day. No need to book – just turn up. The class starts promptly and due to the nature of the session we cannot admit late arrivals. 

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