Meditation

Meditation is an ancient art aimed at quieting the mind to access the deeper self beyond the mind. Techniques associated with meditation include visualisation, mantra repetition, focussed gazing on a single point, breathing techniques and relaxation techniques to name a few. Meditation itself is a state “beyond the techniques” – yet meditation practice is considered a journey rather than a destination. One does not need to “arrive at” or “attain” meditation per se in order to reap the benefits of its practice. These include an enhanced sense of well-being, improved concentration and focus and a pervasive sense of calm. The value of meditation practice for cancer patients is well documented in the scientific literature.

Meditation Practitioners

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  • Kundalini Yoga Teacher International Accreditation
  • Bachelor of Science (Hons) in immunology
  • Certificate 3 Children’s Services
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  • Registered Nurse, Australia
  • Advanced Diploma Naturopathy (ND)
  • Advanced Diploma Western Herbal Medicine (Adv Dip HM)
  • Master of Social Science (Counselling)
  • Bachelor of Science (Nursing)
  • Certificate I & II Hatha Yoga
  • Registered Yoga Instructor, Yoga Alliance (RYT500) & Yoga Australia
  • Registered Yoga Therapist, Australian Association Yoga Therapy
  • Certified Yoga of Heart™ Therapist (for cancer and cardiac patients)
  • Certified Critical Alignment™  Therapist (for back, neck, shoulder & hip issues)
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