Meditation

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The next  Calm Mindfulness sessions will be September 25-October 31 2017,Monday nights at 8pm. meanwhile see below for Integrative Qigong Classes – a beautiful health practice bringing calm mindfulness with gentle flowing and sensory movement, a conscious self healing practice.

Come and learn some simple steps to create calmness and relaxation for your mind and body. Demystify meditation or Qigong understand some simple self healing practices, cultivating and clearing energy in your body.

Leave each session more aware of your body and breath, clearer in your thoughts and connected to your feelings and emotions.

Clinical studies of Mindfulness Meditation have shown that regular practice helps combat stress, improve sleep, enable greater concentration, boost the immune system and increase resilience.

Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet but a way of entering the quiet. It is a way of entering the quest that is already there – behind the 50,000 thoughts we have each day of which 95% is repetitive.

– Depak Chopra

Qigong classes

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I am very excited, I have trained in Integrative Qigong and been practicing, practicing, practicing!!

I am now ready to offer QIgong classes that will energise you with movement, calm you with breath, offer self- insight, cultivate space, lightness and stillness.

Learn simple techniques for rest or energising, improve breath, increase your self-healing potential and mindfulness creating CALM.

Qigong – Saturday 9am & Thursday 9.30am. 50 minutes sessions – $15.

Energy flows where attention goes…

0409 591 094 or email michelle@vitalitymoves.com.au

Calm Mindfulness

September 25-October 30th,

$100 = 6 weeks 8-9pm Monday nights, booking essential.

Testimonials

I now make meditation a daily habit

I just wanted to send you a quick thank you for the six week meditation class I attended. I learnt a lot about meditation itself and learnt that I didn’t really know much!

It was great to learn that meditation can be as little as seven breaths, which I use on a regular basis. I am now in the process of making meditation a daily ‘habit’ as it helps me (and my body) cope with the rest of the day.
– Kerrie