Zen Meditation and Mindfulness for Wellbeing

Zen Meditation and Mindfulness for Wellbeing

Group classes starting Thursday 23 August at 6.30pm.

We’re very pleased to announce more dates for Daniel Marshall‘s eight-week course for both group and one-to-one sessions of Zen Meditation and Mindfulness for Wellbeing.

The group course, which has just seven places available, is open to anyone who wishes to learn and experience the benefits of meditation.

Also, if you feel you would find it difficult to meditate using cushions on the floor please be advised that seated meditation on a chair is an available alternative.

A Zen meditation course isn’t just about learning to meditate, it also embraces positivity towards our mindfulness for wellbeing. Daniel Marshall

Each week we will provide a different blend of tea, for everyone to make and try (This is also available to those in one-to-one bookings here at Woolpit Complementary).

If you prefer to have one-to-one sessions, the eight appointments can be spread out over a longer timeframe to suit your schedule.

The group course will run for eight weeks:

Part One: August 23rd, 30th September 6th, 13th.

Part Two: September 27th October 4th, 11th, 18th.

The full course information can be viewed and downloaded in the following document:

Zen Course Information

Please get in touch with us or Daniel to enquire for further information or to book your place. Booking and payment is essential prior to the first session due to limited spaces.

There are 2 comments on this post

  1. Jan McLaren
    4 hours ago

    So glad you are open again. I have missed you. I was hoping to come to another meditation course, but see it start at the end of Auguast. We go on holiday then, so will try again when we are back. Love Jan

    1. Emma Harvey Lawrence Author
      17 mins ago

      Lovely to hear from you Jan. Have a lovely holiday! This is an old post and at present we haven’t any meditation classes booked.

      This will hopefully be reviews at a later date.

      Many thanks,



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