Central London Meditation Course
October 12 @ 6:30 pm - December 7 @ 8:00 pm
Kailash Centre, 7 Newport Street, St John’s Wood, London. NW8 7AA
Week 1: Thursday 12th October 2017
Week 2: Wednesday 18th October
Week 3: Thursday 26th October
Week 4: Thursday 9th November
Week 5: Wednesday 15th November
Week 6: Thursday 23rd November
Week 7: Wednesday 29th November
Week 8: Thursday 7th December 2017.
Meditation on the natural breath brings balance, tranquility and harmony to the mind. In the long term it has the power to transform mental habit patterns leading to profound happiness and peace. This technique, referred to by Patanjali as Prana Samyama is central to Yoga and Buddhist systems.
During this course you will learn all the steps of the technique. The guided meditations maintain a direct connection to the authentic source of the teaching, with reference to the original scriptures in which they have been preserved for centuries.
You will be supported in your meditation by a trained and certified Traditional Yoga teacher who will be able to answer questions and offer guidance for your home practice.
Suitable for beginners.
Please note that the sequential steps of the technique will be taught each week so it is advisable to attend all eight classes.
Course led by Karolina Raczynska
Karolina has been practicing meditation under the guidance of Dr Kumar since 2009. During this time she has attended numerous intensive meditation retreats in UK and India, which have enabled her to establish a strong meditation practice. She is now very happy to share her knowledge with others. Karolina is a certified Yoga Teacher with Traditional Yoga, and an Ayurvedic medicine practitioner. She has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Ayurvedic medicine from Middlesex University in London. Her clinical experience has been developed in various Ayurvedic hospitals and clinics in India.
274 stop Charlbert Street,
13, 82, 113 stop opp Lord’s Cricket ground
46 & 187 stop St John’s Wood tube station
Jubilee Line to St Johns Wood Station, about 10 minutes easy walk.
There is a reasonable amount of parking around the Kailash Centre, most of it on 4 hour meters. A good choice is the outer circle of Regents Park (just off Prince Albert Road) where there is 4 hour pay and display parking and it is only a 5 minute walk to Kailash. (Do give yourself some extra time to look for parking).
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