New Meditation Class with Susie Sutcliffe begins 14th May 2014

New Meditation Class with Susie Sutcliffe begins 14th May 2014

Meditation is to focus and quiet the mind, to induce a state of relaxation,

to reach a higher level of awareness and inner calm. It can reduce stress

and give us a clearer focus within ourselves. Worries can be alleviated with

decision making made clearer. It can help to ease any pains. It can increase

concentration and energy levels. It allows creativity to emerge and our true

self to surface. We gain insight into who we are and how we relate with others.

It gives us contentment and peace within. It gives us focus to be present in

the 'here and now', to be mindful of our self and our surroundings. We can

learn to meditate anywhere and at any time, allowing a sense of tranquillity

and peace.

In the Meditations you learn to have awareness of the breath, to be aware of

our senses, to be mindful and heighten our awareness in everyday activity.

With practical sessions and informative teaching you will be guided with

visualisations to connect body with mind and your spirit.

Awareness of the Self –mind, body and spirit!

Susie has been a Holistic Therapist for over 12 years and meditated for over 15 years. She have personally experienced the benefits of meditation so followed her passion and now teaches. She also has experience of working in other roles with health, education and social welfare that have given her a wider knowledge and understanding, with skills to enhance her work as a Therapist.

We invite you to join this Meditation Group starting on May 14th
Wednesdays 6.15-7.30pm
(If this day/time is not convenient for you please let me know as we may be able to re arrange)

Centre for Integral Health, Shrewsbury, SY1 1RY (free parking close by)

Cost will be £5-7 per session (pay what you can)
All are welcome

To book your place or for further details
please contact Susie Sutcliffe 07854 839494

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About the Centre

The Centre for Integral Health was started in 2013 by director Ben Calder after studying Integral theory since 2011 and over 10 years of professional practice of kinesiology and Bowen fascia Release Technique, coupled with the desire to explore the application of the Integral Model in relation to health.

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