Schedule some calm into your life with our weekly meditation sessions. Claim Thursday evenings for yourself, to escape for some peace and quiet, calm and serenity. Being at peace with yourself is the best way to aim for peace in our world. Set mindfulness and meditation as priorities in your life. Everything else follows!
Do get in touch if this interests you & we will start up again if there is demand!
Next block dates if you are interested: Thurs 15 June – 6 July
Please contact me to book your place beforehand: you can attend one or any of the sessions, you don’t have to book the whole block.
This is an ideal way to continue your practice if you have previously experienced a Mindfulness & Meditation course with Yvette. Or you have some experience of meditating from elsewhere. This is not a beginner’s class.
- Each week: A relaxing cuppa when you arrive 7.15 onwards
- Mindful meditation – 20 minute silent sitting with the breath
- Plus a mix of:
- Mindful & Relaxation exercises
- Guided Meditations
- Mindful walking
at Place of Serenity in Heath Road East, Petersfield, Hants
(plenty of free parking outside) – contact me for full address.
- Time: 7.15-8.30pm
- When: Weekly
- Cost: £5 a session
Bring your own blanket and arrive from 7.15pm so you can relax with a cuppa and begin at 7.30 promptly.
To book Contact: Yvette
What do people say who come along?
The weekly meditation sessions at place of serenity really help me in my own personal journey with meditation and mindfulness in many ways. Firstly it is the most inspiring setting in which to meditate, a joy for the senses when you arrive at the door. The benefits of meditating with others and having a very knowledgeable teacher guide you through the evening are enormous, as well as having a wonderful evening of inner calm every week. It has given me the skills and encouragement to deepen my own meditation at home.
I really love the whole layout of the session, the atmosphere, and it is something I really look forward to. … these sessions are invaluable … I am very grateful for them.
Jen Darrington, Greatham
Meditation is one of the rare occasions when we’re not doing anything.
Otherwise, we’re always doing something, we’re always thinking something, we’re always occupied.
We get lost in millions of obsessions and fixations.
But by meditating—by not doing anything–
all these fixations are revealed and our obsessions will naturally undo themselves like a snake uncoiling itself.
Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche