Meditation & Mindfullness Sessions

Meditation. What does it bring? A clear mind, awareness of your inner dialogue, calm, focus. What’s there not to love? Well, you might say! What about the inner war that goes on, ‘I just can’t quiet my mind’. It’s ok, you just need practice, like anything the more you do it, the more focused and comfortable you become.

Meditation & Mindfullness


I invite you to join me on a meditation. Let’s sharpen your focus, ground and clear your mind. With daily practice you can begin to make decisions coming from a place of awareness and clarity. Your brains just a muscle, let’s begin to train it to work for you.

Frequently asked questions

Here are a list of questions we are asked frequently.
If you can’t find an answer to your question here please contact us and we will be very happy to help you.

It’s actually has the opposite effect. Meditation will allow you to come from a place of clear awareness over time. So decisions are made from a place of clarity rather than indecisiveness. Giving your mind more space to absorb new information. Less stressed brains receive information better.

It is better to sit whilst meditating so you don’t fall asleep and loose your focus. After repetitive practising in a disciplined manner. You will naturally get into a head space were your focus is so strong that you won’t feel any discomfort, as you won’t be attached to these feelings and sensations. You will just be in your focus, and in your bliss.

Theres always time to meditate. There are so many different forms of meditation, so it won’t be a problem. I can show you different techniques for anytime in the day.

Recognise it from a place of awareness don’t judge it or be hard on yourself. And move your focus back to the space underneath the thought or sensation.

Focus. And not falling into the judgment of what’s happening within. Meditation is something that happens without any input from us. The only thing we can do is create that space by focusing so that meditation can rise within us all by itself.

Not fixing time for the practice, worrying too much about the technique, trying to completely get rid of thoughts or seeking immediate results.

Recognise, Release, and Return.

Samma-samadhi, “right samadhi,” is the last of the eight elements of the Noble Eightfold Path. When samadhi is developed, things are understood as they really are. Samma-samadhi is explicated as dhyana, which is traditionally interpreted as one-pointed concentration.

Excuse 3 – “Meditation is too hard. I can’t calm my mind.” Excuse 4 – “It takes years to truly benefit from it.” Excuse 5 – “I don’t have time to meditate.”

Mindful, focused attention, progressive muscle relaxation, moving, loving-kindness, and Mantra.

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