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Meditation on the natural breath with Iris Gudsteinsdottir

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Meditation can be described as a training of the mental muscle, it has been around for millennia and served many to quiet the mind, increase focus, calm and clarity. There are various techniques available and I will be guiding you through a concentration-based technique where the object of concentration is the natural breath. Please have a chair available and, if possible, a rolled-up blanket or a cushion. All levels are welcome.
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Meditation can be described as a training of the mental muscle, it has been around for millennia and served many to quiet the mind, increase focus, calm and clarity. There are various techniques available and I will be guiding you through a concentration-based technique where the object of concentration is the natural breath. Please have a chair available and, if possible, a rolled-up blanket or a cushion. All levels are welcome.

If you are unable to attend the live session please continue to register in order to access a recording 3 days later.

About the presenter:

Iris Osk developed her interest in meditation in her teens. It wasn’t until a particularly busy time in her career that Iris found herself increasingly seeking meditation practices and relaxation techniques. Since then she has trained as a sound therapist using Himalayan bowls, which are often used in meditation, and as a mindfulness and meditation teacher. Mindfulness and meditation are slightly different practices, complementing each other and overlapping at times. Iris practices both on a nearly daily basis and her passion for their benefit has driven her to become a teacher so that she can share these with others. I will be offering new online courses starting in February 2021, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Meditation on the Natural Breath.

For more details get in touch at hello@osksoundmind.com. With warmest and best wishes for your practice ‘Now is the moment that never ends’.