Meditations on Breath : 6 week Online Course

Starts Thursday 17th September
with Chris Noon
7.30 – 8.30am
£30 / £20


Awareness of breathing has always been used as a focus of concentration in meditation :

  • The breathing is always there
  • It is always changing
  • It holds the attention of the mind

Awareness of breathing is central to Yoga and meditation. It is a means by which we can attune ourselves to some of less tangible aspects of our being, the subtleties of energy and of mind.


The course

This course will work through a progressive series of dharanas (meditation practices) where the object of meditation is the breath. These are beautiful practices, subtle, gentle and strong.

Sessions will include some posture work and relaxation but the focus of the course is meditation.

Beginners are welcome on this course but if you are new to Yoga and / or meditation please let us know in advance.

Recordings of each class will be provided so that you can do the practices at home and work through them over a longer period of time.


Online Meditation

The sessions will be held online via Zoom.

Zoom is very straight forward to use and is a particularly good medium for meditation practice; all you really need is to be able to hear the verbal instructions – you won’t be peering at the screen during the classes!

Everyone attending is ‘muted’ during the classes and you don’t need to be seen on screen by anyone else.

We will send out more information about using Zoom before the course starts.


Dates, Time & Costs

Sessions are held on Thursday mornings, 7.30 – 8.30am.

The dates are :

  • 17th September
  • 24th September
  • 1st October
  • 8th October
  • 15th October
  • 22nd October

The fee for the 6 week course is £30.00.

If you cannot afford to pay the full fee you can pay a reduced fee of £20.00.


How to book

You can book a place securely through our website.

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Tutor : Chris Noon

Chris has been teaching Yoga and Meditation for 20 years. He qualified initially with the British Wheel of Yoga and then with the Bihar School of Yoga. The Bihar School of Yoga is primarily known for the quality of the meditation practices it provides.

He teaches Yoga and Meditation in a way that is accessible and practical, so that we can integrate what we learn in our practice into our daily lives.

from Class Information, posted July 2020


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