Join Kim and Scott Allan for an introductory workshop for developing a greater sense of your wellbeing and for learning to live every aspect of your life with integrity, with kindness, towards yourselves and towards others with wisdom.

There are now plenty of scientific studies that show meditation has all kinds of positive benefits for our mind brain and body. These studies reveal that our own ways of being in relationship to the world has significant and meaningful effects at every level of our being. That includes our cells, tissues, genes,our  brain and the neural networks that link to those networks that link to those regions, as well as our thoughts, emotions and social networks.

The focus of this workshop is to gain an understanding of the term meditation and its stages, method and benefits. It will also cover a range of meditation styles and techniques. You will also have an opportunity to practice and experience these different techniques. This workshop will also cover the role Ayurveda plays in supporting and nourishing our mind, brain and body through specific diet, herbs, and Ayurvedic treatments.

This workshop is a precursor to a 8 week meditation course split into 2 4 week parts Рdevelop a greater sense of your wellbeing through the practice of meditation. Part 1 starting on the 5th September 2019.

This course is user friendly, realistic and practical. If you feel that you lack discipline, have a busy mind, find it hard to sit still but want to learn how to calm your mind and body this course will be suitable for you.

During the course you will-

  • Learn how to relax your body
  • reduce feelings of stress, anxiety and overwhelm.
  • calm your mind and improve focus
  • manage pain and maintain good health
  • think clearly and creatively


Yogic meditation is primarily breath and sound (mantra) based technique with brief periods silence interspersed within the guidance for you to practice on your own. This course will include body scan meditation, a short gently sequence of yogic mindfulness movements which help with comfortable transition to a seated meditation, either on a chair, or on a cushion on the floor.

Numbers are kept to a minimum for proper support and supervision.