Surrey, Eight Week Meditation Course.
October 29 @ 7:30 pm - December 17 @ 9:00 pm£80
Learn how to observe the natural breath to experience inner peace and to change negative thought patterns.
The course offers the opportunity to learn and practice the technique in a focused and sustained way over 8 weeks with the support of an experienced and certified Traditional Yoga teacher to guide you through the progressive stages and answer any questions that may arise. It is taught in the tradition of Patanjali, referred to as Prana Samyama, through a series of guided meditations by Dr. Kumar, maintaining a direct link to the original instructions and scriptures in which they have been preserved for centuries.
This course is suitable for beginners as well as those with established meditation practice who wish to learn a truly transformative meditation technique.
In order to register your place on the course please contact Heena on email@example.com or 07855 264455
Course led by Heena Patel
During this course, you will be supported by Heena who is a certified Meditation and Yoga teacher. Heena’s first experience of meditation was about 10 years ago when it helped her get through a challenging period in her life. She has attended intensive meditation retreats in the UK led by Dr Kumar, which have enabled her to establish a strong meditation practice.
Heena teaches weekly classes in yoga and meditation in Surrey, and she also runs international and UK retreats. She specialises in Yoga for Anxiety, and has also trained to teach yoga to children and teenagers.
“I noticed a significant difference in the state of my mind the first time I practised Meditation on the Natural Breath (Patanjali’s Prana Samyama) on a weekend course, which seemed more profound that anything I had experienced in the past. I felt a deep sense of relief from stress and anxiety, and much more balanced and lighter in my mind. Through a regular practice, I’ve noticed a shift in my perspective about life, and a greater ability to stay calm and present. I love sharing the practice and offering people a tool they can access anywhere, at any time, to find a sense of inner calm and balance.”