Becoming a meditation teacher and having a daily Meditation practice has been one of the most rewarding things I have ever done.
I trained with the Chopra Centre in California. We teach an ancient form of meditation that has been revived by Deepak Chopra called Primordial Sound Meditation.
When you learn to meditate you will receive your personal Mantra that is worked out by using the date, time and place of birth. From this we calculate your personal mantra using Vedic mathematics.
The benefits of a regular meditation practice impacts all levels of your being.
- From releasing stress and tension on a physical level.
- Creating more mental space for creativity and your passions.
- Self enquiry and connecting to your soul & your hearts desire.
- Connecting to your true self through experiencing different levels of consciousness. This benefits spiritual health, improving relationships, enhancing our wellbeing and experiencing a deeper understanding of yourself.
From simple group meditation in a group setting to the programme of receiving your mantra we are open to meet you where your journey feels right.
What is Primordial Sound Meditation
Learning to meditate. We offer many choices to learn meditation Read more
A basic introduction to meditation If you want to dip your finger into what meditation is about. This introductory session lasts 60 minutes. We cover the benefits of meditation which include stress reduction and a greater wellbeing and learn how meditation can transform your life as we become less reactive and more responsive. We also run these events in London throughout the year.
Receiving your own personal mantra Read more
Meditation in the workplace We come to you to teach our Meditation programme.
Group meditation If you want to start or end the day with group meditation we can help you set this up at your workplace.
If you live overseas but like what you see Online Skype and Ring Central appointments available
For information on any of the above and to get in touch (07962) 549 392
After meditation is the perfect time to set your intentions.
When we enter into silence we open ourself up into a place of potential and unbounded consciousness. With regular practice we can sew the seeds of our intentions and desires and begin to change our life in a positive and rewarding way
Try repeating these intentions below after you have sat quietly in meditation or silence. Yoga and meditation practice is as much about self enquiry and reflection as it is about the postures and breath. The poses we practice are ways to prepare the body for sitting in long periods of meditation. The Buddha called this Sankalpa.
Joyful energetic body
Loving compassionate heart
Reflective alert mind
Lightness of being