Frequently Asked Questions

If you have further questions, please contact Tania.


What is meditation?

Meditation is the process of bringing the mind to a single point of focus, allowing our awareness to settle on just one thing. 

How long should a meditation last?

There’s a big misconception that for meditation to be effective, you must practice for lengthy periods over an extensive amount of time. This is not true. Consistent, regular practice yields the best results, however the benefits can be experienced right away by simply meditating for just 5 minutes.

What is mindfulness walking?

This practice affords us the opportunity to give ourselves a bit of a break from the constant mental load. This activity allows you to connect with nature, and actively try to arrive in the present moment with each step. 

Do I need to be able to sit cross-legged on the floor?

You will learn 3 ways to sit for meditation. One of them is sitting in a comfortable chair, as well as the traditional crossed legged position.

I've heard it's hard and boring when you learn to meditate. I'm worried I wont be able to do it?

It's true, meditation can be hard and boring.  You will discover the buddhist monk's connection between boredom & stress AND how to deal with that in meditation.

Where are classes held?

The classes are held at the Nourish Yoga studio in Killara, Sydney, close to Lindfield, Gordon and other venues in Sydney.

You can host a class of your own if you have a minimum 6 participants.

Online registrations offers you maximum flexibility to do the course any time, anywhere in the world at a pace that suits you. You can participate live, or by recordings of each week's meditation which will be sent to you via email.

Do I need any previous experience?

No experience is necessary.  This course is perfect for both beginners & those who have some previous experience.

What do I need ?

You will need a chair or a mat, a cushion and a blanket if the weather is cool where you are. You will also need a quiet place, with internet connection and a device to watch and listen from.

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