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Meditation Masterclass

 Learn Quick and Easy Meditation that works  

As a body-mind therapist, and someone who has experienced chronic stress in the past, I understand how overwhelming it can feel. When stress starts to build up, it begins slowly impacting on your life and your health.


Meditation is a practice that will give you relief, create connection, as well as beneficial habits and feelings, such as managing stress and the health issues stress creates. It also helped me find a positive outlook, nurture healthy sleep patterns and even develop increased pain tolerance.


And now, in this beginner's masterclass, you can learn how to reduce the overwhelm, relax your mind and body, and find your own mental and physical oasis in under 10 minutes a day.

 Release stress 

Wake up each day free from stress, anxiety and fear. You will learn the basics of a powerful self-care practice that you can turn to whenever you want to relax, feel peaceful and safe.


 Sleep Better 

One of the great benefits of reducing stress and calming your nervous system is an ability to sleep better and wake feeling more refreshed and energised.


 Discover Peace, Happiness and Inner Contentment 

Indirectly, meditation teaches us to adopt a flexible, non-judgemental mindset which not only encourages healing and reduces stress, it also dissolves feelings of anger and resentment too. Feeling calmer and more grateful can lead to feelings of peace, happiness and contentment.


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 Included in your beginner's masterclass is:

  •  An Introduction to mindfulness and meditation 

  •  24/7 Lifetime Access to the course elements 

  •  Getting started tips for a successful practice 

  •  10—minute guided meditations 

  •  Different types of meditating to see which is best for you – you might be surprised! 

  •  Frequently asked questions - to answer anything that commonly comes up when you start to sit and meditate 

  •  21 days of meditation audio guide  - because it takes 21 days to create a life-long habit 

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I am using meditation as a stress management tool

Everybody seems to be feeling more and more stressed out these days, and meditation and mindfulness techniques are considered a key element to lower your daily stress. 


While a daily practice may not change the actual number of stressors in your life, it can help you to respond better and more calmly to stressful events.

When we start to experience symptoms of stress in our lives, we can feel anxious and worried, irritable, and often snappy and argumentative. You might also find you have problems sleeping, low levels of energy and fatigue. You may notice you have trouble concentrating or experience cloudy thinking and find yourself clenching your jaws or grinding your teeth at night.

On the other hand, your daily meditation practice will give you energy, release anxiety and calm your nervous system. When you reduce your stress, your body benefits. Studies have shown that meditation increases optimism, strengthens memory and focus, improves sleep, lowers blood pressure and increases feelings of calm, connection and wellbeing.

You’re ready for this class if you are … 

Curious about meditation and its ability to relax the mind and body, but have always thought it was too complicated.


If you feel you don't have the time. Maybe you’re stressed about not using your time wisely, or you feel too busy (with kids, work, the new normal) to even contemplate sitting still for meditation.


Or you are overwhelmed with all the information out there and don't know where to start. Perhaps you’ve been thinking about this for a while, but never sit and try it for yourself.

This masterclass is perfect for you - a short and simple guide to learning the basics of meditation,

and it takes just 10 minutes a day.

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Meditation Class

Why Meditation?

My mantra is

'Calm the body and the mind will follow'

When we meditate, we are taking the time to be curious about what we're thinking and feeling, as though we are looking at stress through a new window. In this conscious and intentional way, we can dramatically change how we view and relate to stress. Meditation can also help alleviate stress by improving your ability to deal with difficult emotions, leading to a better mood and better ability to handle stress. 

The body and mind are so connected that what affects one will affect the other. In times of stress, we often ignore the signals our body is sending.


However, with meditation and mindfulness, we can learn to listen and be more in tune with our bodies and what they are trying to tell us.


We can then make informed choices on how we nurture our health and wellbeing, and stop stress in its tracks.

The introduction to each meditation will teach you how to reflect on your meditation. You may want to keep a journal to note anything that repeatedly comes up for you and to track your progress. You will soon see for yourself how much this simple daily practice is benefitting your health and wellbeing.


There are, of course, other options available when it comes to stress-management. Many of these different tools — such as physical exercise, breathing techniques, and hands-on therapies like reflexology and massage — can help us in the moment. But when it comes to seeing a long-term reduction in stress, when we meditate consistently daily, the science demonstrates that it is an effective intervention.


It's capable of altering the physical anatomy of the brain—all with as little input as 10 minutes a day.


Meditation isn't about eliminating stress; That's virtually impossible - it's about managing it. It's often down to how we perceive stress. By altering our mindset, we can reduce the impact on our mental, emotional and physical health.

Rock Balancing

If you are ready to discover the many health benefits of meditation for yourself to consistently lower your stress levels

– try this beginners masterclass, and get started today.


Most people know that regular exercise, eating well, sleep, and stress management is essential for looking and feeling better, but occasionally, they need help in applying that knowledge in the context of their busy, sometimes stress full lives.


My online self-care programmes are designed to give you that knowledge, support and guidance to help you maintain your energy, relax and de-stress or improve your health and wellbeing using a practical, down to earth body-mind approach.


This beginner's class includes:

  • An introduction to meditation

  •  Getting started tips and tricks

  •  5 x 10—minute guided meditations covering a variety of meditation styles

  •  Frequently asked questions and answers

  •  21 days of meditation audio guide to creating a successful habit

What people say ...

It was really useful to try different types of meditation, and I would recommend taking part

I liked the calm presentation, and the workshop gave me a better understanding of meditation

The guided meditations were enjoyable and the variety was useful. I liked being able to find a stillness

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