Free Meditation & Yoga course in Crystal Palace – SE19
Meditation in Crystal Palace
You are invited to join Ruth, Katka & Galya who are hosting free sessions on Tuesdays 09.00 am – 10.00 am to explore and enjoy the experience of self-realisation and the depth of meditation – which you can immerse yourself in once you have achieved Yoga.
This should all happen on your first visit and continue to deepen as you establish yourself in this new state of awareness.
Sahaja Yoga Meditation
It’s simply natural, spontaneous, effortless. You can practice it everywhere and what’s more – it’s free!
Phoenix Community Centre
66 Westow Street
When: – Tuesdays 09.00 am – 10.00 am (* Please check our calendar on our MeetUp Page in advance of attending, to ensure a class is running)
Some of the topics covered in this instructive and practical course include: mental silence through meditation, healing and revitalising the physical and subtle body, getting in touch with the inner creative spirit, healing through water therapy, detoxification using natural energies and the elements, Kundalini awakening, achieving the yin-yang balance, restorative transformation, evolving in a holistic manner.
Meditation at break time
In an effortless manner, anyone of any age and of any state of health and fitness can effortlessly achieve a profound transformation and revitalisation through the power of Sahaja Yoga Meditation. Natural and easy, the Sahaja Yoga method of meditation and associated techniques and methodologies have been thoroughly researched and studied for the last thirty years, and are regularly practised in more than 100 countries worldwide.
Come and participate, and benefit for free. Everybody is welcome! Classes are always free – Sahaja Yoga is a registered charity in the UK. In a few brief weeks you could master these techniques, and discover your real self, and full potential.
Beneficial and instructive for beginners and regulars alike. Completing the course is highly recommended. If you are not able to attend every class, you are quite welcome to attend those you can.