Advanced course – Maintaining Your Practice
We all know life can be tiring and stressful at times, and we can easily be overwhelmed by feelings of anxiety or negative thoughts. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Meditation and mindfulness provides a set of simple but powerful practices that aid relaxation, help reduce symptoms of anxiety and stress, and promote happiness and wellbeing.
Designed for those who already have a basic knowledge of meditation and mindfulness, this course enables you to deepen your understanding, strengthen your techniques, and awaken new levels of awareness.
Take your meditation and mindfulness practice to a new level
This course – which comprises six 90-minute sessions, all held at the beautiful, semi-rural Firs Farm in Curdridge – gives you the chance to learn more advanced relaxation techniques, and practise extended guided meditations and mindfulness exercises.
Tailored to those who want to take their practice to a deeper level, this course provides new meditations and techniques that you can add to your existing practice to cultivate and maintain that all-important sense of peace. Even if you don’t meditate regularly, so long as you understand the basics of meditation and mindfulness, this course can benefit you.
Through the weeks, we’ll be exploring various meditations and mindfulness exercises that allow you to surrender your anxieties and connect with your inner self. You’ll learn mantras that are designed to enhance your meditations, and mudras (simple hand gestures) that direct the flow of energy, thereby helping you get the most out of your meditations. All the meditation and mindfulness practices in this course have been hand-picked with one key goal in mind: to promote and maintain a peaceful and positive life.
Tap into the benefits of meditation and mindfulness
As well as boosting positivity and confidence, clinical trials have shown that meditation and mindfulness has a number of health benefits, including:
- Relieves anxiety and depression
- Reduces stress
- Helps relieve pain and inflammation, including back pain
- Provides coping mechanisms for chronic conditions like IBS
- Improves quality of life in a range of disorders and diseases, such as fibromyalgia, MS and cancer