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These sessions are held on Thursday evenings at 6.00pm

Mindfulness is a basic human quality, a way of learning to pay attention to what is happening in the moment and your life. Very often we go through our day thinking about a conversation we had in the past or a social event that we have that evening. We tend to pay very little attention to what is happening around us in the moment which can mean we are unaware of our experience most of the time. Mindfulness therefore brings us back from our thoughts and the pressures of everyday life by changing the direction of our awareness to the simple fact that we are just breathing. It is a natural quality that each of us possess which, when we practice, improves performance and reduces stress.

Evidence-Based Results

Nearly three decades of scientific research all over the world suggest that practising mindfulness can positively and often profoundly affect our ability to reduce medical symptoms and psychological disorders while learning to live life more fully.


Research has shown that people who practice mindfulness have lower levels of cortisol, the stress hormone. This is due to their practice enabling them to react in a different way when confronted with emotional or physical stress.

Mental Health

Mindfulness is widely embraced by the mental health services as an integral part of the treatment for many disorders, such as anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder and PTSD.

The Brain

Research by neuroscientists examined the brains of Buddhist monks and found a significant difference in the organisation of their brains when compared to non-meditators. This is due to the practice reducing over activity and by calming the mind we are able to focus clearly on our jobs and relationships with families and friends.

The benefits of Mindfulness

To be fully present in the here and now To become connected to ourselves, to others and the world around us To learn the distinction between ourselves and our thoughts

The Class

There are times throughout the year and our lives when we lose our regular practice of mindfulness. There are also times when our practice loses momentum, we become stuck and could use a little guidance and the support of others who also practice to get us back on track. The drop-in classes are an excellent opportunity to meet and practice with others through guided meditation, group sharing and a chance to ask a trained Mindfulness teacher any questions that may arise. With the use of practices such as the body scan, mindfulness of breathing/bodily sensations/thoughts and feelings, and mindful movement the class will also include theory and practices from the 8 week Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction course so that not only can participants practice together but also develop their understanding of mindfulness.

Gong Bath Sessions

These sessions are held on the first Friday of every month. 6.45pm - 8.00pm

A Gong Bath is a form of Sound Healing where the Gong and other related instruments are played to bring out well being. It works by the therapeutic application of sound to people with the intention of bringing them into a state of harmony. The term 'bath' signifies being bathed in sound waves - there is no water or touching involved. Fully clothed, you are invited to lay comfortably on a yoga mat (or sit on a chair/cushion if you find it more comfortable), wrap yourself in a blanket, close your eyes, relax, and be cocooned in a sonic immersion. A Gong Bath is the perfect 'timeless' zone to simply 'be'. It provides a space to re-generate, re-nourish, and re-set your whole being - mind, body, emotions, soul, and energy field.

What to expect - A safe space and an atmospheric/relaxing environment (i.e. candlelight or low light) with high quality Gongs and other sound tools like Singing Bowls, Koshi Wind chimes, Cactus Rainsticks, Croaking Frog Guiro shakers, Bells, Rattles, Shakers, Chimes, Voice, a Frame Drum, and a Shruti Box,The session may include all, or some of these. - Yoga mats positioned around or in front of the Gongs and related sound tools. You choose your space and lay in the most comfortable position for you (laying down on a comfortable mat is usual but not essential, so if you prefer you can sit down. ) - A short intro about Patricia (the Gong Practitioner), and the Gong Bath session. - A guided meditation/visualisation focusing on the breath to allow your whole being to settle in and relax. The more relaxed you are the more beneficial the session is for you. - Around 50 minutes of sonic immersion with the sounds of the Gongs and related sound tools. - A period of silence for integration purposes. - A collective Om sound to bring the session to a close. You are welcome to join in or to listen. - Ongoing support after the session via email or telephone. Questions may emerge after the session and you are welcome to contact Patricia.

Benefits that can be experienced - Stress reduction, or a better ability to cope with stress. - Improvement in sleep quality. - Enhanced creativity. - Sense of contentment. - Breaking up of emotional blockages. - Understanding solutions to problems. - Feeling rejuvenated. - Feeling relaxed. - Increased focus.

Things to know: What to bring: Each participant is provided with a yoga mat, a head rest, and a lavender eye pillow, and a blanket. However, for extra comfort, you are welcome to bring your own cushion/pillow (or cushions/pillows), and/or your own mat or extra 'padding' so you can can put it over the mat provided for a 'softer' bed. and a blanket to keep warm because the body temperature may shift during the session. You are also welcome to bring your own blanket. What to wear: Please wear loose and comfortable clothing. Changing area available. Please inform the practitioner if you are on your first trimester of pregnancy, suffer from a sound sensitive condition, have a pacemaker, or have any particular need and not sure if the sessions are suitable for you.

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