Meditation for Beginners

Meditation for Beginners

You already have everything you need to meditate. This foundational series will show you how to sit, breath and relax to bring about a more beautiful life. Practicing these five meditations will help you to become more present and joyful at work, with family and yourself. Perfect for new meditators who wish to build a regular practice or long-term meditators looking for a refresh.

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Meditation for Beginners
  • Intro to Meditation

    You already have everything you need to meditate. This foundational series will show you how to sit, breath and relax to bring about a more beautiful life. Practicing these five meditations will help you to become more present and joyful at work, with family and yourself. Perfect for new meditato...

  • The First Step

    The fear of stillness is one of the greatest barriers to a regular meditation practice. This 60 second meditation will help you get into a relaxed sitting position. It will calm any anxieties around physical discomfort or mental agitation. Doing this meditation regularly will improve your sense o...

  • Fully Relaxed

    When we bring the body into a state of relaxation, we also bring the mind into a state of calm. From this place, the pressures of life ease and any stress or anger we are holding dissolves. This meditation will help you scan your body and relax it gradually, bringing you into gentle harmony. Prac...

  • Conscious Breathing

    The breath is an invisible part of our lives that we often take for granted. From the moment we are born, it is there to help us focus and regenerate. This meditation will help you notice and circulate your breath to become aware of its subtle presence. Doing so will regulate your nervous system ...

  • Deeply Present

    Deep breathing helps clear the body, calm the mind and bring us back into the here and now. This meditation uses focused and varied breathwork to oxygenate the body and bring balance to the body and mind. You can practice deep breathing while sitting or as a walking meditation whenever you need a...

  • Smile for Joy

    We often assume that we smile only when we are happy, but in fact, we can smile our way to happiness! The simple act of smiling activates our body to become more joyful. This meditation will guide you through facial relaxation movements to release happy hormones called endorphins. Over time, this...