Meditation and Mindfulness
Yoga, movement, pilates
Mindfulness and Meditation
Many of us are struggling with the impact of some of the changes in technology and priorities within our society, which have become especially detrimental to well-being over the past few decades. Through meditation, you can access profound mental states of joy and deep satisfaction, and a sense of awakening to the nature of the things and of your place in life.
The benefits of mindfulness and meditation of are tremendous. A regular seated meditation practice has been shown to enhance concentration, lower blood pressure and improve sleep. It is used to treat chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorders. Not only that, but meditation helps you develop valuable insights about your habits and relationships, giving you a greater degree of freedom of control over your life.
Natalie is one of London’s leading modern meditation and mindfulness teachers. She is the lead meditation teacher with Mind:Unlocked and Myndfull and teaches regularly with As We Live and Breathe and Mindhouse Meditation as well as for some of the most progressive, highly-regarded companies in the world.
Natalie is trained by the renowned zen master and psychotherapist Michael Stone. She has received the five Buddhist precepts under the order of Thich Nhat Hahn, and was humbled to have received the honorific dharma name ‘smiling bodhisattva of the heart’. Natalie also trains with Bodhi College under Stephen Batchelor, Christina Feldman, John Peacock, Akincano Weber & Chris Cullen. Having practiced meditation for over a decade she has extensive experience applying meditation through many of the same challenges we all face living in this kind of environment.
Natalie has also studied tantric meditaition with Christopher Wallis, pranayama (breathwork) with Alaric Newcombe, and is training in sound meditation practices with Leo Cosendai.