Learn how to Meditate

Learning Meditation

Meditation gives you more energy, insight and a sense of well-being.  Meditation is for everyone with practical application of techniques to improve overall health and unfold inner peace. Meditation practice is one of the most effective ways to reduce stress and anxiety and help overcome stress related illness.

If you have never meditated before or if you have tried and found it difficult to continue your practice it may suit you better to come along to a teacher who can help you. There are many effective techniques to get the most from your own practice. Meditation cannot be learned from a book it is all about practice. Practice then practice more!

10 ways you can can benefit from meditation and relaxation practice

  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Lean to relax
  • Help in the healing of chronic illness and pain
  • Overcome panic attacks and phobias
  • Find out how to take charge of your life and maximize your abilities
  • Develop a healthy sense of self-esteem and self-love
  • Reconnect to your spiritual self
  • Help overcome destructive fears and emotions
  • Find balance, feel great and perform better
  • Live longer, enjoy your live and be happy

Learn to Meditate it will greatly enrich your life! 

Here are some ways to learn…..

  • Seek out a good yoga or meditation practitioner in your area.
  • There are also some really good meditations on YouTube
  • Some holistic coaches like myself will also do 1-1 online meditation practice with you
  • Practice Practice Practice!

 

If you would like to know more about online meditation/yoga support please click on the Yoga at Home heart to book in for a complimentary session (numbers are limited)

 

 

 

If you live in or near Eckington and would like to try a small group yoga class then click on the link below for a free taster session (limited slots) 

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Love Andrea x

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