Running every Tuesday starting February the 11th from 6pm-7pm 7 weeks $199
This meditation course is run as a 7 week course where you will learn 7 different techniques to help you achieve a meditative state.
Learn the difference between meditation techniques and meditation as well as the science versus the philosophy of meditation.
The workshops incorporate:
a new meditation technique each week
Please call (03) 9486 8382 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to secure your spot by Thursday the 6th of February
Benefits of Meditation
Reduce Stress – this means that you can learn to reduce reactivity and increase your ability to respond calmly
Learn to concentrate and focus the mind
Become aware of and navigate emotional states
Learn to relax the body, which may help in pain reduction
Facing aspects of yourself including fear
We offer a weekly Stretch and Reflect class which has 20-30mins of meditation incorporated into the class. Click here for more information or click here to look at the timetable
FREE Monthly Full Moon Meditation
Next Full Moon Meditation Monday 14 October at 6pm- 7pm (instead of stretch and reflect Class )
Please RSVP on email@example.com if you wish to attend.
Our FREE monthly full moon meditations cover the energies of the month and we use the story the Labours of Hercules to highlight our challenges and opportunities for the month. Meditating in a group is much easier than doing it on your own, so this can be a great way to start your meditation practice. This is a very focussed meditation and forms part of our World Service. This is open to all levels - we have chairs for those who can't sit on the floor. Please note the yoga studio is upstairs.
We offer Meditation in Fairfield at our health and wellbeing centre servicing Northcote, Fitzroy & surrounding suburbs.
Meditation is a transformational process, and our meditation classes focus on the process of taking our awareness inward. You can learn to meditate with our experienced instructors who offer meditation for beginners.
Our lives are usually focussed on external tasks, doing this that and the other and rushing around, but in meditation we learn to be still with what arises inside of us and we learn to focus our minds. This focus helps us to rest in the experience of what is happening called ‘Being’ (this is the opposite of ‘Doing’).
We start to see the difference between ‘Being’ and ‘Doing’ and as we progress in meditation practice and then we gradually bring this calm, still quality of Being into our everyday tasks or ‘Doing’.
Our meditation courses include group meditation sessions with experienced instructors.