In modern times, there are multiple technological and cultural influences that are shaping who we are becoming. With meditation practice, we get to take the lead in creating who we want to be.
Regular practice can help us to experience more joy in our lives, have better connection with others, and can help us become more present, compassionate, patient, focussed, courageous, calm, creative, and so much more besides.
Meditation (including mindfulness meditation) has been empirically proven to transform how we think and feel, and as a result drastically improves mental, physical and emotional health.
It helps to train the mind in the direction of kindness, humour, perspective, focus, creativity, willpower, compassion, peacefulness and so much more.
Would you like to meditate more but find it hard to find the motivation?
Do you feel nervous at the prospect of practicing on your own?
Perhaps you would like the proven benefits of practicing in a group or the accountability of a regular meeting?
Meditation Club may be just what you need.
It’s a meditation club for everyone. Whether you want to practice on your own, in a weekly online group, or a combination of both, now is the time to retrain your mind in the direction of peace, kindness, creativity, connection and resilience.
If you choose Gold membership, you can also join the weekly live group practice.
This regular session offers motivation, support and safety in a kind and like-minded group. We will work through more than 48 effective, enjoyable and accessible practices over the course of year. Each member receives a recording of each session to return to during the week or to complete in your own time that week if you missed the session.
There are currently over 60 meditation videos in the library, with more added all the time. All membership levels give you access to these as soon as you subscribe.
If you choose Silver membership, you will also get a freshly recorded meditation in your inbox every week.
Gold members are invited to join a live online session each Monday. You benefit from accountability to keep you practicing regularly as well as the nurturing experience of meditating in a supportive group of other people.
Meditation is a wonderful tool that can help us to regulate our emotions, reduce stress, improve how we respond to difficult situations and feelings and manage unhelpful thinking. It is particularly good at helping prevent episodes of moderate to severe anxiety and moderate to severe depression.
If you have had trauma in your past, I would recommend that you work with a therapist or learn meditation as part of a course or one to one with a teacher before trying out meditation practice, because difficult emotions and physical memories can arise. If you are unsupported these can be extremely challenging and you need someone to support you to move through them. Also, if you have had a bereavement of any kind in the last 6 months, it would be better to spend time in nature and with friends or a therapist whilst you process the early stages of grief.
If you are unsure whether to start or how to start, please do email me and I will give you free personalised advice email@example.com.