Meditation Classes in Horsham

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Horsham Yoga Meditation Classes and Meditation Workshops

Meditation Classes in Horsham

Sep 4-Oct 24 no class Sep 18, 19

Meditation classes are designed to allow us to find ‘headspace’ and ‘heartspace’. Meditation trains the brain and makes us more focused, loving, resilient and creative. Class allows us to tune-in to a natural unfolding of this true creative Self.  There is no better time to get started, either as a Beginner or Improver.   Start NOW. Contact Kathryn

Yoga Meditative Heart Classes

Venue: Friends Meeting House RH12 1SL
Time:    1945-2045 Wednesdays No class Sep 18
Fee:        £59.50/7 weeks

Yoga Meditation Beginners Classes

Venue: Tythe Barn, Pondtail Road RH12 5JF
Time:    1950-2100 Thursdays No class Sep 19
Book:    £59.50/7wks

Dec 16 Chakra Meditation 2hr Workshop

Venue: Tythe Barn RH12 5JF
Time:    1815-2015 for anyone who has practised yoga or meditation
Book:   £20.00

Dec 18 Chakra Meditation 2hr Workshop

Venue: Friends Meeting House RH12 1SL
Time:    1830-2030  for anyone who has practised yoga or meditation
Book:   £20.00

more information on Chakra Meditation Workshops

Why Meditate?

Meditation helps us reach our potential to be the best version of ourself possible helping to reduce stress such as anxiety and depression as it aids in secretion of  natural feel good hormones.

Endorphins are produced by the central nervous system to help us deal with physical pain

Serotonin regulates mood, social behavior, appetite, digestion, sleep, memory. It calms the nervous system and relaxes muscles to increase resilience to improve body and brain health

Dopamine functions as a neurotransmitter—a chemical released by nerve cells to send signals to other nerve cells. The brain includes several distinct dopamine pathways, one of which plays a major role in the motivational component of reward-motivated behaviour

OxytocinIn acts as a chemical messenger and has been shown to be important in human behaviours including sexual arousal, recognition, trust, anxiety and mother/infant bonding. As a result, oxytocin has been called the ‘love hormone’ or ‘cuddle chemical’..

What will I learn?

Patience comes from practise.  This may take the form of standing, sitting or lying down, observing the movements of the mind whether in a chair, on the floor or resting at home in bed.

Techniques to focus the mind that you may practise at home. You will learn how to observe mind chatter rather than be overwhelmed by naturally over-stimulated thoughts.

Yoga Nidra invites us to allow and welcome all that arises in consciousness such as movements of the mind like judgement, anxiety, pleasure or pain. Yoga Nidra teaches us loving kindness, compassion and humility for all life. Yoga Nidra teaches that we are not ‘broken’ and to welcome the bigger truth that we are all infinitely eternal and whole.

Breathing is most naturally favoured as pathway to reveal much about the way the mind works and how the body feels. This may be combined with gentle slow yoga movements or practised alone. By breathing more fully and completely the body becomes agile and supple, the brain more healthy and the mind becomes more calm.

Posture will be lead with meditation in motion. There will also be an invitation to a gentle yet powerful flow of Qi Gong.  Postures are designed to improve breathing, circulation and to balance physical and mental activity so you may receiving the gifts of free flow of your vital life force.Improved posture builds confidence, develops strength and resilience in the nervous system to reduce stress, increases mobility, range of motion and balance and flexibility both in the body and the mind.

I had terrible fear about my health and body. Meditation helped me cope with anxiety. I am at last beginning to trust that I can be happy inside my body and at peace in my mind.

Pamela