Edinburgh Meditation Classes

Weekly meditation classes in central Edinburgh

Book your place: Sign up for our next course by entering your details on the right of this page.

When: Our next course starts on 28 May 2014. Classes are on Wednesdays 7.30pm – 9.30pm, from 28 May 2014 to 25 June (5 weeks).

Where: Skylark Cafe, 42 Hamilton Place, Stockbridge, EH3 5AX. See the map for details.

Cost: £25 (£20 conc) payable in Week 1 or £6 (£4) per week. Free tea and biscuits.

Browsing our News page shows what we’ve been doing in previous classes. And if you want to get a flavour of what we do in our classes, take a look at these video clips. Maybe watch one a day, rather than all at once, and send any questions you may have here.

Our courses are very suitable for complete beginners.  Our instructors have all trained for a minimum of 5 years and they are all friendly and easy to talk to.  Our success is based on giving very detailed instructions on how to meditate and having time to answer questions and give specific advice to help you to make progress.  See our Testimonials page for comments.

What’s happening at the moment?

The course started on 23 April is Module 5 of ‘What Meditation Really Is’.

This 5 week course very briefly reviews the detailed instructions on how to meditate, which were covered in the previous modules.  These classes include short meditation sessions, videos, discussions, and in this module we get a chance to sing, or chant. But you don’t have to sing if you don’t want to, you can choose to listen and that’s fine too. And, of course,  you can have a chat over a cup of tea and a biscuit. New people are encouraged to prepare by looking at ‘Dare to meditate’ Step 1 – 10 to get a flavour of the meditation we practise. But if not, don’t worry, we make sure you can enjoy the class and benefit from it without any previous experience.

 

Previous Courses: Module 1 , Module 2Module 3 and Module 4.

 

Is this course suitable for me?

Most people who come to our courses are beginners who have no meditation experience at all, or at least not much. We have met students, teachers, carers, nurses, office workers, managers, social workers, self-employed business people and many more.  The reasons they come are varied but most often they are looking for some change, some improvement in their quality of life.  We could call it de-stressing or coping, but whatever we call it, it’s about finding some space in which to be more comfortable with ourselves.  We can’t always change our circumstances, but we can change how we deal with them.  So the people who come to our classes are people like you!