Sneak Peek


Mindfulness arises by becoming aware of the body and breath. In the workshop, you will practice a form developed from Kung Fu, which looks like Tai Chi called Mastering Mindfulness.

During the session, we will share, understand and develop techniques and strategies for mindfulness. You will practice and learn breathing techniques from India that release stress, blocks and toxicity from the body, and in the process help enable a deeper experience.

After each breath you will naturally be able to access silence and mindfulness. When the right strategy is in place, your mind becomes an ally, and mindfulness your forte.

The evening closes with a guided meditation that intends mindfulness. It also allows you to integrate what you learned so it is accessible when you need it.

Finding you mindfulness is key to: more energy, a better emotional intelligence, being calmer and at peace, enhanced focus and healthy sleep. Come and find your mindfulness and connect to your body.

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What you need

Equipment: Try to wear loose comfortable clothing, that will allow you to breathe and move freely.

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Cancellation Policy

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Did you know?

Meditation makes you more efficient. Since meditation boosts concentration and productivity, it will help you in every area of your life.

Find your way there

Hazelwood Crescent, London, UK

The Host

We are Gammadian and Ena, yoga and shamanic practitioners and healers. We have been leading workshops and retreats around the world for decades. Our experiences are highly enjoyable and transformational. Never stop dreaming big.

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