Join me to learn about Mindfulness and Meditation. I run courses and events in West London (Isleworth, Richmond, St Margaret’s, Twickenham and Hammersmith) and on the South Coast (Hastings, St Leonards, Eastbourne, Brighton and Rye). I also run residential retreats in the UK and Europe.
During the lockdown I am running free online morning meditations via Zoom. Please email me on email@example.com to get the link.
- Do you feel overwhelmed by the pace of life?
- Do you feel rushed and distracted all the time?
- Are you constantly planning for or worrying about the future?
- Do you feel stuck in the past and unable to move on?
Mindfulness and Meditation provide a platform for dealing with these and other issues. Whilst it is unhelpful to regard mindfulness as a ‘cure all’, recent research has shown that it can improve well-being by
- Reducing stress
- Helping with pain management
- Reducing anxiety
- Helping with depression
Additionally practitioners of Mindfulness & Meditation report
- An increased ability to relax
- Greater energy and enthusiasm for life
- Improved self-esteem
- Increased joy and happiness
- Weight loss and increased youthfulness
- Better focus & concentration
- More creativity
- Reduced fear of public speaking
The training and techniques you will learn have proven benefits but are nothing new. They are based on traditions going back 2500 years.
Recently, test subjects taking part in an 8-week program of mindfulness meditation showed results that astonished even the most experienced neuro-scientists at Harvard University. The study was led by a Harvard-affiliated team of researchers based at Massachusetts General Hospital, and the team’s MRI scans documented for the very first time in medical history how meditation produced massive changes inside the brain’s gray matter. “Although the practice of meditation is associated with a sense of peacefulness and physical relaxation, practitioners have long claimed that meditation also provides cognitive and psychological benefits that persist throughout the day,” says Sara Lazar a Harvard Medical School instructor in psychology. “This study demonstrates that changes in brain structure may underlie some of these reported improvements and that people are not just feeling better because they are spending time relaxing.”
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Another Harvard study found that people who meditate typically reduce their healthcare costs by 43%
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Please note that in general, mindfulness and meditation isn’t typically helpful for people with mental conditions such as paranoia or schizophrenia, and may make such conditions worse. If you have any doubts about this please consult your GP.