Meditation Relaxation Classes starting at Thame Leisure Centre
4 Weeks £6 on the door or £20 for all 4 session*
Thame Leisure Centre 7.15-8.15pm Wednesday 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th April.
*you do not need to be a leisure centre member to join.
These sessions are general meditation sessions and de-stressing and relaxation. The group sit on chairs (or the floor on matts if preferred) and experience 4-5 different 5-10 minute meditations each week with some discussion and introduction to meditation principles.
You don't have to share anything and if a particular meditation is not for you there is no obligation to take part.
Take the opportunity to enjoy meeting like minded people in a very friendly, relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
Each meditation is a 'guided' meditations meaning I'll tell you what to focus on the majority of the time and my voice will guide you - there is no sitting in silence trying to think of nothing!
They're a great way to commit to meditation and take some 'me time' to relax in a calming environment where you can have some peace and quiet.
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If you're looking for some relaxation and methods to take a break from your mind, try my 1-to-1 relaxation sessions to learn practical and down to earth meditation and relaxation methods to set you on the right path.*
What is Meditation?
Meditation has been around for thousands of years. It is the art of focusing the mind on a single point of focus in order to take a time out from mental clutter.
Meditation has been scientifically proven to boost mood, reduce depression and anxiety and increase focus and concentration.
In each meditation session we look at different ways to focus to keep at bay those non-stop thoughts. Focus points can include breath work, the body and the senses, music, guided visualisations, mantras, mandalas, videos and movement.
Like any skill, meditation needs to be learn, so don’t be put off if you’ve tried it on a tape or class and felt unsuccessful the first few times.
Bear in mind that most of us have spent a life time training your mind to be multi-tasking, constantly taking in a never-ending stream of information. Meditation is a wonderful anti-dote to these habits, however it's reasonable to expect your mind may take a little time to become receptive to the idea of slowing down.
Meditation can be taught 1-to-1 on it's own or as part of a larger programme.
No time to come along in person? Grab a taster Steph's approach to Meditation in our meditation CD - also available as downloable MP3 for your device.
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* Results may vary from person to person.