Using Nature for balancing and clearing Workshop
Advanced Meditation Workshop
Sunday 30th May 2021, 10am to 1pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
95 McClintock Road, Wamuran, Queensland
(60mins north of Brisbane)
Now we have the holiday weekends behind us, it’s time to settle back into routine.
So if you’ve got out of the daily meditation habit, or just need a refreshing boost, diarise Sunday 30th May @ 10am to grow and deepen your Sahaja Yoga Meditation experience.
Continuing our series of using the elements of Nature for balancing and clearing ourselves, the next workshop will include how to use the Earth element, with a recap about the fire element (for those who missed it).
We look forward to enjoying a beautiful meditation workshop with you. Full details below.
These sessions are especially tailored to those with previous Sahaja Yoga experience.
10:00am: Arrival and refreshments
10:30am to 1pm: Workshop
1:00pm: Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Planning to attend? Please email [email protected]
- Learn simple and effective ways to experience the peace of true meditation.
- Video talk by Shri Mataji, founder
– Vibratory awareness workshop
– Clearing techniques
– Advanced meditation techniques
- Free – Classes and events are provided free by our experienced team of volunteers, as a non-profit community service.
Newcomers to Sahaja Yoga Meditation are directed to weekly programs in your local area. Please see our list of classes.
Getting there: The address is: The Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre, 95 McClintock Road, Wamuran. From the M1 motorway, take the Kilcoy exit and proceed along D’aguilar Hwy until reaching Wamuran. Opposite the IGA store, turn right and then right again into Station Rd. Turn left at the small roundabout into Newlands Rd for approx 3km, then left into Patane Rd which leads to McClintock Rd. Number 95 is just over the top of the hill on the left. See Google map
We look forward to enjoying an enlightening meditation with you!
Peter, Leela and the Sundays@Wamuran Team
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Queensland