Body Awareness Meditation
The meditation style
The Bridge Space Body Awareness meditation is influenced by a particular lineage of Tibetan Buddhist meditation (Vajrayana) and a yogic practice called Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep). The practice seeks to release bodily tension at a very deep level and consequently, has the capacity to create a profound sense of space in the body. When we do this, we open up the potential for deep personal transformation to occur.
With a regular Body Awareness Meditation practice, most people begin to notice a deeper sense of ease and peace within. Many observe a subtle shift in their perspective on life, and an enhanced capacity to simply ‘be’. The process can at times be challenging; a dance between light and dark, struggle and surrender: A practice of courage and compassion.
Body Awareness Meditation is done laying down, where you will be comfortably supported by props such as yoga mats, sheepskins, blankets, bolsters and pillows. Sessions will typically start off with breath awareness, the use of sound, visualisation, and then dropping awareness deep into the body. No prior meditation experience is necessary.
Duration: 10 week term (One 45 min class per week)
You select from Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays.
Wednesday 11am Class (19th June-18th September)
Thursday 7.30pm (20th June-19th September)
Friday 9.30 am (21st June-20th September)
Venue: Based in Brighton (details TBA)