Early Morning via Zoom 6:30am

Mindfulness, Breath and Mettabhavana practice

This morning meditation group on Zoom is open to all. It was orignally set up by Vaccasin at the beginning of the Covid lockdown when Yoga Point was closed. It is now held each weekday by a member of the group and April 2024 marks its fourth birthday. Occasional and regular practitioners are equally welcome. It is free to attend but you do need to book to receive a link.

If you have any trouble with the booking system, please write in to
Donations The early morning meditation is provided free for anyone who would like to come. There is no pressure to donate but if you would like to, please write in to

In person one-to-one and group sessions

Naomi McLean teaches meditation in person one-to-one  and leads group meditation sessions.

Learning how to meditate can be an effective way to relax the mind and body, and bring peace into your life. Personal meditation sessions will teach you how to maintain your own practice.

Meditation can help to
– Reduce stress
– Improve sleep
– Boost immune system
– Reduce blood pressure
– Manage anxiety and depression

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Meditation involves redirecting thoughts to train the mind to focus. This may involve focusing on the breath, or a phrase or phrases. It can lead to a calmer,  clearer sense of who you are and help to cope with the strains and stresses  of life. It doesn’t matter if you normally experience lots of thoughts, this doesn’t mean you can’t meditate.

Warning: While for most people meditation is not harmful for some people it can be. Meditation can bring up emotions and memories that have been suppressed. This can cause panic, anxiety, fear, paranoia etc. People who have vulnerable mental health should consider this before trying it. If you work with someone or have support for your mental health you could discuss it with them. If you are unsure you can write in to and we can have a conversation about it.