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Meditation on the Natural Breath Weekend Course

When: Saturday the 21st September at 9:30 am until 4:30 pm and Sunday the 22nd September at 9:30 am until 4:30 pm.

Course suitable for beginners

Meditation on the Natural Breath Weekend Course

September 21 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm and September 22 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

The meditation we teach involves observation of the natural breath. The practice is supported by explanation, Q and A and basic theory. You will also leave the course with a guided mediation app for your home practice.

Meditation on the natural breath is an ancient science, structured and precise. Rooted in the traditions from which contemporary models of mindfulness arise.

Our mental and emotional state is always reflected in the breath. When we observe the breath we are observing the fluctuations of the mind. When we are agitated so is the breath. When we are at peace, so is the breath. Through meditating on the natural breath we strengthen the conscious mind and cultivate its ability to be aware. Without awareness we cannot bring about change.

The course involves a sequential series of meditation sessions that introduce the technique. Between each session there will be an opportunity to ask questions, have a short break and stretch. We will have a morning and afternoon tea break serving herbal tea and an hour lunch break. There will be a 'yoga nidra' relaxation session after lunch.

The course is led by Anna Bhushan and Louise Thomas, meditation teachers with Traditional Yoga; a charity which runs weekend courses, weekly classes, workshops, meditation teacher training courses, lectures and a 10 day summer meditation retreat across the uk every year.

Please book via our website - http://traditionalyoga.co.uk/event/4525/

If you have any enquiries please send Mary an email to [email protected] Alternatively phone us on 02036374977 and leave a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

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