Make Meditation Work for You
If you’re stressed, anxious, overwhelmed or tired from the busyness of everyday life, or if you want to learn how to meditate, this 1-day workshop will help you make meditation work for you.
In this workshop you will:
- Learn the four pillars of meditation.
- Discover which meditation techniques and postures best suit you.
- Structure your personal meditation experience to help you:
- calm your mind
- improve concentration
- think clearly
- fall asleep deeply
- connect with your body
You will leave feeling confident and empowered to start meditating on your own at home.
There are so many different types of meditation and knowing where to start can be confusing. This workshop is a great place to start if you are new to meditation or if you want to build on your skills.
In this workshop, we will make sense of the four pillars of meditation practice (Concentrative, Open Monitoring, Dynamic & Self compassion) so that you can choose the best type of meditation for your needs.
You will learn how you can use meditation techniques every day at home or in the workplace to create a sense of presence and calm.
Sunday the 1st of July 2018
10 am – 5.00pm
*Please arrive 10 minutes early as doors will be locked once the class begins.
Madam Heap The School of Mindful Living
106 Canterbury Rd, Middle Park VIC 3205
(this is an upstairs venue)
Ages 15 and over.
What to Bring:
Comfortable clothing that you can move in.
A notebook and a pen to take notes and journal in throughout the day.
Your lunch (or purchase from a nearby cafe).
A water bottle.
Mats and props are available to use at the studio. If you already have a specific meditation set up, please bring any accessories you need to support you.
Early Bird $159.00 sales end on 17th of June.
General admission $175.00 (after 17th June)
Ticket price includes GST and booking fee
Note: Any cancellations should be made 24 hours before the course start time for money to be refunded. Otherwise, no refunds will be available.
Kristen Ross is a qualified kinesiologist, counsellor, yoga and meditation teacher who has worked with the mind-body connection through movement for over a decade.
Kristen’s teaching style is integrative, nurturing and accessible for all participants with an emphasis on compassion.
Kristen runs a private kinesiology practice in Melbourne and has experience facilitating yoga and meditation workshops for groups, individuals and organisations. She has spoken about the mind-body connection at events such as the Mind Body Spirit Festival and Evolve Yoga Festival.