Mindfulness Beginners 4 week course

  • When: 7:30 – 8:30 pm, starting Tuesday 5th March 2019
  • Where: Suite 2/35 Hume Street, Crows Nest 2065
  • What to expect: 1 hour of training the mind to be present. Each week notes and a meditation to practice is provided.
  • Payment: $119 paid via bank transfer

      Please call or email to book in: info@livingmind.com.au, 0424 422 359


There will be a different meditation each week focusing on  breathing,  the body and the mind.  Each meditation can be practiced over the week and become part of your daily routine.

“Mindfulness is simply being aware of what is happening right now without wishing it were different, enjoying the present without holding onto it when it changes (which it will) being with the unpleasant without fearing it will always be this way (which it won’t).” John Kabat Zinn


Friday Night Drop in class starts again

15th February 6pm – 7pm $20

1 hour of practice, usually two meditations. I teach mainly mindfulness and sometimes teach visualisation techniques. It’s a relaxed friendly non evasive class, we sit on the floor. There is no lecture or sharing, if you have questions you are more than welcome to ask at the end of class.


    • Casual class $20
    • Private class $100 for 1 hour
    • Group course available for corporate offices: 30 min class, $150 / 1 hour class $250 – up to 20 people
    •  Five week corporate program includes Workshop, 4 classes, notes and resources

A big thank you to recent corporate clients

Sydney North Primary Health Network, Ondeck, Lulelemon, Metlife Insurance, Burwood Council, Travelport, and University Admissions Centre

and to partners Ignite Purpose, Healthworks and Classpass


Testimonials

Some inspiring feedback from people I have been very fortunate to work with:


      “Every breath we take confirms our moment to moment relationship with the world. With every in- breath, we draw in oxygen that the heart pumps through the lungs to fuel the life process in the cells of the body. With every out-breath, the cells’ waste is pumped out in the form of carbon dioxide and released back into the air. This cycle of nourishment and elimination goes on throughout our life whether or not we are mindful of it.”

      – Mindfulness for Everyday Living, author Christopher Titmuss, 2003.

       

      Living Mind Meditation Station at Lulelemon