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Have you been wanting to learn to meditate but don't know how to start? Maybe you've been interested in mindfulness and meditation for a while but haven't found time to learn more? Do you need help to calm in stressful situations? Or perhaps you're searching for a way to slow down or find space amidst a busy life.

The aim of this course is for you to learn to meditate on your own, anywhere, anytime. 

The course provides a practical and simple approach to incorporating meditation into our contemporary lives. We're not all monks with hours on end to sit in lotus pose and still our minds; and you know what, you don't need to stop thoughts to meditate.

Latest course details are below, along with the opportunity to register your interest in future courses and workplace sessions  (adapted to 1 hour duration). 

Our 5 week Introduction to Meditation Course can also be run at your workplace (1 hour sessions over 5 weeks).

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I learned & now understand how simple meditations can be
I gained the confidence to meditate by myself
the course has helped me to stop/pause and practice methods taught which has helped me when feeling stressed
this is a good introduction and allows participants to work out what works for them
I learned that meditation can be quick and easy and involve movement. Also that it’s ok to lose focus
I loved it… and the active participation kept me actively engaged
it changed my perception that I needed heaps of time and a totally quiet place
I found the overview of so many different meditations on a beginners course very beneficial and enlightening
I enjoyed learning how simple meditations can be. I have a new appreciation for the mental and physical health benefits and this has broken down the stigma of the word ‘meditation’ for me
The 5 week Introduction to Meditation is a well balanced and interactive course. Perfect for beginners
I have changed my attitude towards meditation after completing the course. I no longer say to myself ‘stop thinking - you’re doing it wrong’!