Mindfulness is a superpower that can transform your life.
It’s easy to lose yourself in the thoughts, worries, obligations and plans that swirl around your head all day, every day. The truth is, we spend almost 50% of our days lost in thought, quietly worrying. We get so caught up in the craziness of life that we forget to look up and notice what we’re doing, who we’re with and what we have.
Mindfulness meditation is one way to help reconnect us to ourselves. This four-week fundamentals course explores the practice of meditation and the concepts of mindfulness in an easy-to-digest format that’s suitable for anyone looking to lead calmer, less reactive and more connected lives, free from the chokehold of stress.
What will you learn?
- How to establish a meditation practice in your everyday life
- Meditation and mindfulness – how each is different and can change your life
- Mind and body – how each affect the other, and how to manage them
- Simple practical techniques to reduce stress and be less reactive
- How to practice mindfulness without meditating
- Meditation Styles: How different types of meditation can benefit different areas of your life
- A deeper understanding of what really matters to you
This course is perfect for you if
- You’re a first-time meditator looking to establish a regular practice
- You’ve tried meditating and it hasn’t “worked” or you’re looking for more guidance
- You’re noticing your thoughts and worries spiralling and would like to tame that monkey mind
- You’re a busy professional looking to reduce stress and tension
- You feel life is passing you by too quickly, without any moments for rest
How you will learn
Self Inquiry & Reflection
Dafna brings a holistic understanding and approach to her work as a psychotherapist and experienced teacher of yoga and meditation. Dafna is a passionate advocate of the belief that by healing ourselves we contribute to the greater healing of our world.
“We spend the majority of our time in our heads and disconnected from our physical, present-moment experience. ‘Grounding’ practices can help us access the supportive resources naturally available in our bodies that restore a sense of equilibrium and balance.”
– Dafna Kronental
Try Out This 15 Minute Meditation Before Bed:
|DURATION:||4 Week Course|
|DATE:||21st Mar – 11th Apr, Thursday evenings weekly|
|TIME:||7 – 9 pm|
|LOCATION:||33 Foster Street, Surry Hills|
Early Bird: Sold Out