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MEDITATION & BREATH-WORK

 

TRAINING 40hr

 

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Do you notice yourself lost in thought throughout the day falling into fear, anxiety,

that may course stress and frustration and even anger? Feeling like you don’t

have control and you can’t switch off your thinking mind. Our   40Hr meditation Training offers  you the opportunity to got from beginner to expert in only one year through committing to a weekly practices 

right here in Newcastle! wow amazing...

 

What is included

- 40 Weekly Meditation classes

- 12 Check-in Accountability group meetings

- 4 Mentoring 1:1 Calls 15mins

- 1/2 Price Weekly Yoga Nidra Classes

TERM 1 - 1/2 - 11/4

What Meditation is and is not!

 

TERM 2 - 2/4 - 4/7

Common blocks that arise when beginning.

 

TERM 3 - 25/7 - 26/9

The nature of the mind.

 

TERM 4 - 17/10 - 19/12

Become qualified to meditate at home.

 

What is Meditation?

 

Meditation is concisely paying attention in a particular way. It's the awareness that

emerges through paying attention on purpose, in the present moment. Our human

mind can be very busy & through learning the skills of concentration & mindfulness

we start to understand the mind and learn how to soften and slow down our

thoughts. Meditation is concisely paying attention with awareness, shifting your

attention from the mode of doing to just being.

Why Should You Practice Meditation?

 

Classes in meditation should be led by a certified meditation teacher. The company of others and the guidance of a teacher can make meditation sessions far more beneficial than trying to meditate on your own at home, even if you are new to it and find them scary. You may be asked to do a walking meditation or sit straight on the floor, in a chair, or even lie down comfortably on a mat, depending on the sort of meditation. There is no correct way to position yourself; you may do whatever seems secure and safe to you. Some classes will have quiet music and, while others may solely feature the sound of the teacher's voice.

 

At Sala Meditation Newcastle awareness is a skill that is developed through weekly meditation classes. It is the consciousness that develops through time as a result of our persistent practise. By releasing obstructed emotions and obstructed thoughts, meditation aids in healing. You can develop your awareness of the present moment through meditation, just focusing on your breathing. By triggering diaphragmatic breathing, which improves the flow of oxygen throughout the body, meditation helps the body enter a deeper state of rest and relaxation. Your body's flow of oxygen-rich red blood cells has now risen, which reduces the release of cortisol and adrenaline and encourages physical and mental relaxation.

 

Those who want to gain more self-assurance, control their emotions, learn to appreciate downtime without feeling guilty, quit appeasing others, finally be ready to let go of overthinking, and comprehend the science behind and advantages of slowing down may consider meditation.

 

Benefits of Meditation:

  • Calming therapeutic effect

  • Improved mental, emotional & physical state

  • Transform from fight & flight into rest & digestive

  • Improves Digestion and respiratory problems

  • Relaxation and improved sleep

  • Feeling support working to your ability never past it

  • Stress management

 

 

Yoga Nidra is a meditation practice we use at Sala Newcastle Meditation to refine our minds and practise deep relaxation through vitality to our physical bodies. In so many ways it’s perfect practice to help train your body and mind to slow down without feeling guilty, helping you gain back your energy even when life is busy.

 

Simply put, our meditation classes in Newcastle are all about practising mindfulness and concentration together. Being fully present and paying attention to the present moment and our inner environment Helps lower strong emotions and negative thinking patterns.

 

Through attending our regular classes we will help you practise this technique where you will sink into a state of conscious awareness. The sessions focus on the straightforward technique of breathing and relaxation and is available for both beginners, experiences yogis to heal their physical and inner selves. If you’re looking to meditate in Newcastle, our business has sessions that can be tailored especially for you, allowing you to escape and unplug from your daily stresses.

 

Walking Meditation​

 

Walking meditation can be a great way to reduce stress and anxiety, improve mental clarity, and increase physical well-being. It's a particularly useful practice for people who find it difficult to sit still for extended periods of time or who want to incorporate more movement into their meditation practice.

 

Walking meditation is a mindfulness practice that involves walking slowly and attentively while focusing on the present moment. It's a form of meditation that is done indoors during walking meditation, the focus is on the physical sensations of walking, such as the movement of the feet, and the movement of body, and the breath.

As you takes each step, you pay attention to the sensations of your feet and legs, and the movement of the body, and how your are breathing.

 

The goal is to maintain a deep level of awareness and concentration, remaining fully present in the moment and letting go and trying to soften our thoughts.

Here are some of the benefits of practicing walking meditation:

  1. Reduces stress and anxiety: Walking meditation can help reduce stress and anxiety by promoting relaxation and helping you become more aware of your thoughts and emotions. It can also help you learn to respond to stressful situations in a more calm and centered way.

 

Improves focus and concentration: Practicing walking meditation can improve your focus and concentration by training your mind to stay in the present moment and avoid distractions.

  1. Increases mindfulness: Walking meditation can help you cultivate mindfulness, which is the ability to stay present and fully engaged in the current moment. This can help you develop greater awareness of your thoughts, feelings, and surroundings.

  2. Promotes physical fitness: Walking meditation is a form of exercise that can help improve cardiovascular health, strengthen muscles, and increase flexibility.

  3. Enhances mood: Walking meditation can also enhance your mood by releasing endorphins, the body's natural "feel-good" chemicals, and by reducing stress and anxiety.

 

 

Breath Awareness 

Breath awareness meditation is a form of meditation that involves focusing on the breath as a means of cultivating mindfulness and relaxation.

 

During breath awareness meditation, the meditator focuses on the sensations of the breath as it moves in and out of the body, observing the flow of air as it passes through the nostrils, mouth, and chest.

 

The goal of breath awareness meditation is to cultivate a sense of mindfulness and present-moment awareness by focusing on the breath. As thoughts, emotions, or distractions arise, the meditator gently redirects their attention back to the breath, allowing themselves to remain fully present in the moment.

 

Breath awareness meditation can be practiced in a variety of ways, from simply sitting quietly and focusing on the breath to following a guided meditation or using a specific breathing technique.

Some people find it helpful to count their breaths, while others simply observe the sensations of the breath without judgment.

 

Overall, breath awareness meditation is a valuable tool for cultivating mindfulness, reducing stress and anxiety, and promoting overall physical and mental well-being. With regular practice, it can help develop greater self-awareness and a sense of inner calm and clarity.

Yoga Nidra

 

You don’t need to meditate to experience the benefits of deep rest.

 

Yoga Nidra is ancient technique of empowered rest that is fast gaining traction in the modern world as a means to redress sleep deprivation and anxiety, improving concentration & focus, practice constantly my client have found it beneficial in dealing with deep seeded patterns of addiction and trauma.

Yoga Nidra it is a meditation practice where we refine our minds and a practice of deep relaxation where we restore vitality to our physical bodies. In so many ways it’s perfect practice to help train our body and mind to slow down without feeling guilty helping you gain back your energy even tho life is busy.

The benefits of practicing Yoga Nidra include:

  • Sleep deprivation

  • Soothing anxiety

  • Improving concentration & focus

  • Working with deep seeded patterns of addiction and trauma

  • Calming for busy minds and lowers stress

  • Rebalances and strengths our nervous systems

Through attending regular classes we’ll help you Practice this profound technique were we are able to sink deep and fast into profound states of conscious awareness.

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