- Our next free online meditation class is Sunday at 2. Register here.
Thanks to popular demand we are thrilled to launch our new and totally free online meditation classes.
Of course, we have been doing private meditation lessons and corporate meditation for years now. But we heard from you guys that you would like some group sessions, and we are delighted to grant your request.
We are aiming to do one free group meditation session per week, taking place on Zoom with a maximum audience of 50 (for now). You will need to sign-up so we can see who has registered. You can see our latest sessions and register by joining our email list. Here is the form…
You can register here. And yes. It is 100% free.
Prepare for your free online meditation class
If this is the first time you have taken an online meditation class, you might wonder what to wear and how to prepare.
We recommend wearing comfortable clothing such as yoga pants, tracksuit bottoms, or just your jammies, and a tee shirt. You can choose to meditate on a yoga mat, on a cushion, or simply on a chair, just so long as you are comfortable and have good posture.
We recommend that you meditate in a space that is quiet and relaxing. Not only will this help you to hear your instructor, but it will also reduce distractions. This is important because the fewer distractions there are, the more you will be able to focus, and the more you will get out of your meditation session. For the same reason, we also recommend that you clean up the room you will be meditating in.
Finally, you will of course need a 1
laptop or phone that you can watch the meditation session on, and the link to the session, which we will send you after you register.
What meditation technique will we do and what are the benefits?
We will choose a different theme for each of our weekly online meditation classes. And we will cover a wide range of techniques and benefits.
Some of the techniques that we will cover include:
- Anapanasati (traditional Buddhist mindful breathing), for general relaxation, focus, and stress reduction.
- Vipassana, for uncovering insight and learning to be less reactive and to tune out distractions.
- Metta Bhavana (Loving kindness) for social connection and happiness.
- Mantra meditation: mostly for concentration and productivity.
- Jon Kabat Zinn’s Body Scan Meditation
- And a whole lot more.
We will not cover advanced methods (i.e. Merkaba or Kundalini) in our free group sessions. If you would like to learn these and other advanced methods, please book a private lesson.
About your coach, Paul Harrison
Paul Harrison is a private and corporate meditation teacher with more than twenty years of experience. He is recognised for his deep understanding and knowledge of traditional meditation techniques, and for his ability to teach people of all ages and skill levels. A compassionate teacher, Paul welcomes everyone to join in with our sessions.
Paul Harrison is a passionate meditation teacher who believes in genuine, authentic meditation. He has more than 15 years experience in meditation and mindfulness. He studied meditation in beautiful Oxford, UK, and Hamilton Ontario Canada, and earned his degree at Staffordshire University.
“My goal is to provide the most authentic meditation sessions so you can harness the power of your own mind for personal transformation” – Paul Harrison