Meditation and Mindfulness
In the Buddhist tradition of “Samatha” -developing calm, clarity & inner strength.
The word ‘Samatha’ means calm - if practised regularly, this form of meditation is an effective but gentle way of training the mind to develop inner strength and freedom from turmoil, leading on to clarity and understanding. It is particularly suitable for people who are looking for a way to bring some stillness and balance into busy or stressful lives.
There will be a summer break and class will resume on Wednesday 21 September.
The Beginners class is on a Wednesday night at 7:30pm.
This class is suitable for complete beginners, meditators from other traditions or anyone just curious about meditation. Each meeting consists of a guided meditation which enables the development, step by step, of greater calm and awareness through mindfulness of breathing. After the first week, there is the opportunity for one to one discussion with the teacher on the application of the method.
There is no charge for teaching, a donation of £5.00 per person per evening is suggested to aid towards the cost of the room hire.
If you have any questions/queries about the class please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quaker Meeting House, 2 Cooper Street, Stockport, SK1 3DW
Coronavirus -class restrictions/requirements
People who wish to wear facemasks should do so; they are not compulsory.
We are observing social distancing and limiting numbers to help people feel safe. Please can you e-mail: email@example.com to confirm your attendance at class.
Hand sanitizer will be provided.
Please bring your own yoga mat / or and cushion for sitting practice. There will be chairs available for those who choose/ or cannot sit on the floor.
Thank you kindly for your cooperation.