An ancient practice which cultivates mental clarity and relaxation. Techniques like focused attention and mindfulness reduce stress, enhance focus, and improve emotional well-being. Regular practice benefits physical health, including lower blood pressure. Patience and consistent effort are key. Guided sessions aid this transformative journey.

The benefits of our Meditation Classes

Meditation is a practice that involves training the mind to focus on the present moment, increase awareness, and achieve a state of mental clarity and relaxation. It has been practiced for thousands of years and is a fundamental part of various spiritual and religious traditions. However, it can also be practiced independently of any religious or spiritual context.

Remember, meditation is a skill that requires practice and patience. It’s not about completely emptying the mind, but rather about observing thoughts without attachment or judgment. It’s also important to find a meditation style that resonates with you, as different practices work better for different individuals. With our meditation classes our teacher will expertly guided you, and empower you in finding a type of mediation that works for you.

There are many different forms of meditation, but they generally share common elements:

Focussed Attention

This involves concentrating on a specific object, thought, or activity. This could be the breath, a mantra (a word or phrase repeated), a candle flame, or even a specific sound.


This involves paying non-judgmental attention to the present moment. It often involves observing thoughts, sensations, and emotions without trying to change them.

Body Awareness

Some forms of meditation focus on bodily sensations and awareness, which can promote relaxation and mindfulness.

Loving-Kindness (Metta)

This practice involves cultivating feelings of love and compassion towards oneself and others.

Movement-Based Meditation

Practices like yoga, tai chi, and qigong incorporate both movement and meditation.

The benefits of regular meditation can include

Reduced Stress

Meditation is known to activate the body’s relaxation response, which reduces the production of stress hormones.

Improved Focus and Concentration

Regular meditation practice can enhance cognitive function and increase attention span.

Enhanced Emotional Well-being

It can lead to a greater sense of calm, increased self-awareness, and improved emotional regulation.

Improved Physical Health

Meditation has been associated with lower blood pressure, improved immune function, and better sleep.

Greater Spiritual Connection

For many, meditation serves as a means of connecting with a higher power or exploring their inner selves.