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What is Meditation?

Meditation is a practice that involves training the mind to achieve a state of mental clarity, relaxation, and heightened awareness. It often incorporates techniques to focus attention, control breathing, and promote a positive mindset.

Key Elements of Meditation
  1. Mindfulness: Focusing on the present moment without judgment.

  2. Breath Awareness: Concentrating on the breath to anchor the mind.

  3. Guided Visualisation: Using mental imagery to induce relaxation.

  4. Mantra Meditation: Repeating a word or phrase to quiet the mind.

  5. Movement Meditation: Combining meditation with gentle physical activity, like walking or yoga.​

Photo of people at a meditation class
Potential benefits of Meditation
  1. Stress Reduction: Meditation helps activate the body's relaxation response, reducing the production of stress hormones.

  2. Improved Focus and Concentration: Regular practice can enhance cognitive abilities and attention span.

  3. Emotional Well-being: Meditation fosters emotional regulation, reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression.

  4. Enhanced Self-awareness: Increased mindfulness allows individuals to understand their thoughts and emotions better.

  5. Better Sleep: Meditation can promote relaxation, making it easier to fall asleep and improve sleep quality.

  6. Lower Blood Pressure: Regular practice has been associated with improved cardiovascular health.

  7. Increased Creativity: Meditation can stimulate creative thinking and problem-solving.

Meditation class details

Tuesday & Thursday night at 7pm starting 16/01/24

Cost: $15 (cash only)

Duration: 40-60 minutes

All equipment is provided: chairs, cushions, mats, etc.

Enjoy the benefits of meditation, in the support of a group setting and with the guidance of an instructor. Classes are suitable for everyone, including those with no experience.


To learn more about the instructor Meaghan, head to:

Please contact us on 03 5959 1900 to register your interest.

Meditation FAQ

  • Do I need to sit on the floor?
    No, you may sit on a chair, sit on the floor and/or lay on the floor when meditating. This is up to your personal preference and physical capabilities. We will provide chairs, cushions and mats to make it a comfortable, enjoyable experience.
  • Do I need prior experience to join a meditation class?
    No, we welcome beginners. Our instructor provides guidance suitable for all levels.
  • What should I wear to a meditation class?
    Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to sit or move easily. Many classes are conducted in casual attire.
  • How long do meditation classes typically last?
    Classes can vary in duration, but many range from 30 minutes to an hour. Some classes may offer shorter sessions for beginners.
  • Can I meditate if I have physical limitations or health concerns?
    Yes, meditation can be adapted for various physical conditions. Inform the instructor of any concerns, and they can provide modified practices.
  • Is meditation a religious practice?
    While meditation has roots in various religious traditions, many modern classes focus on secular techniques that can be applied by individuals of any religious or spiritual background.
  • What if I can't quiet my mind during meditation?
    It's normal for the mind to wander. Instead of trying to eliminate thoughts, gently redirect your focus to the chosen point of concentration, whether it's your breath, a mantra, or a guided visualisation.
  • How often should I attend meditation classes to experience benefits?
    Consistency is more important than frequency. Aim for regular practice, whether it's daily or a few times a week, to see long-term benefits.
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