Yoga in Common, 2nd floor, 10 Petain Road S (208089)
‘I enjoyed your class very much. You are wonderful, always loving, thoughtful and willing to share your knowledge with others. This makes you a truly good teacher. From my heart thank you.’
Sudepha, Yoga Teacher
‘Your guidance, kindness and support has been more than I expected. As a result of attending your meditation classes and through discussions with you, I have developed greater resilience and have made space for emotions, while experiencing less of the internal narrative that previously prevailed. Meditation has helped me to experience (even embrace) life’s challenges and surprises with more acceptance and openness. I am grateful to you for having a profoundly positive impact on my life and wellbeing. Thank you!’
Ashley Clarke, Teacher
This is a meditation class for anyone who wants to learn the basic meditation techniques. You will learn tools and techniques to take into your day-to-day life that help with managing on-going stress through improved focus, self-awareness and self-mastery.
Besides the tools and techniques of meditation, participants will learn about blocks to meditation and how to overcome them so they can sustain a calm and clear mental state.
This is a non-denominational and non-religious meditation gathering for those who would like to learn and practise basic meditation technique in a group setting.
No previous meditation experience is needed, beginners and experienced meditators are welcome. There is basic instruction and guidance during each session.
Regular meditation improves your quality of life. It has been shown to increase IQ, lessen depression, reduce blood pressure, help with managing anxiety, addictions and compulsive behaviour, lower chronic pain, PTSD, insomnia and other symptoms of stress.
Within just eight weeks of meditation, cognitive function improves, your sense of empathy for others increases, your fear-centre and mind calm down. In just four sessions of meditation, physical pain has been known to decrease.
To register please go to Yoga in Common.