Learning to meditate and adopting a regular practice can help improve concentration, creativity, focus and memory. It can also improve the quality of sleep and decrease feelings of stress, anxiety and depression.
Students will be guided through a range of meditation practices including mindful breathing, visualisation and body scan meditations – leaving them with a tool-kit for life. The course will cover what meditation is (and isn’t), how meditation can benefit the mind and body, the history and science behind meditation, as well as an introduction to gratitude, kindness and compassion through exercises such as journaling and mindfulness.
This course is ideal for beginners or those interested in finding out more about the practice. Meditation can be learnt by anyone and no equipment is required.
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*Concessions are available for this course. Please call for more details.
What Do I Need To Bring With Me?
Students participating in the jounaling exercise will require a notebook/paper and a pen. However, this is not compulsory. Students may prefer to use headphones during the lessons, however this is not essential.
online via zoom
There is an additional course information sheet for students covering safeguarding and the requirement to speak to your GP prior to attending the course, if you are receiving treatment for specific mental health conditions. (Please speak to student services).
Please inform Learning4Life at the time of booking if you have any special needs or requirements.
If Learning4Life are unable to recruit the minimum number required for this class, we reserve the right to cancel. Full refunds will be offered in these circumstances.