A common question arising in the live classes that I teach is, ‘When is a good time to meditate?’
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Reviews from the Mindful Meditation in the Lake District
We imagine for a short time that we are on this beautiful calm lake – happy to be entirely in the moment – it is like the busyness of the world around us has stopped, and everything has become calm. Discover more here.
At Mindspace when booking a live class, Option 2, gives you the chance to assist at the class in exchange for attending the series.
Listen to Heather’s experience of helping at the class in Solihull below.
It’s National Grandparents Day! We can take the special opportunity to remember the kindness our Grandparents and the Grandparents across the world show and have shown us. Read more about #gratitude here
Starting tomorrow, and launching with a guided tour on Thursday, which is World Mental Health Day, I am delighted to be sharing this mindful tour with the visitors of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. I hope you can benefit from taking this opportunity to slow down and take some time out of your day to enjoy the calm beneath the busyness of distracting thoughts.
On this special day Germany celebrate the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall, an event which ended almost forty years of division. We share with you these Mindspace Guided Meditations in German.
Six years ago in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India I spent one month in a school sharing and practicing mindful meditation methods with staff and students – exploring the best ways to introduce these essential trainings into a child’s life.
We begin by bringing our attention into the present and grounding ourselves.
Imagining all the tension in our body drains down into the ground.
Gradually over time we take the opportunity to let go of the stress and pressure in our head.
As we breathe out we let go of the tension in our head, and as we breathe in we allow our head to rest, our mind to relax, and our body to become comfortable.