Lucy Irvine is back hosting a weekly meditation in Henley Town Hall starting next Tuesday 6 September from 12 noon – 1pm followed by Tai Chi moving meditation between 1.15 – 2.15pm
When Lucy Irvine moved back to Henley on Thames three years ago she started the weekly meditation sessions for people to take time out and raise money for charity.
Lucy hosts the The Twin Hearts Meditation, a guided meditation developed by Master Choa Kok Sui.
The Twin Hearts Meditation helps flush out negative thoughts and emotions that congest our mind and body every day. It is practised in over 126 countries around the world and is scientifically validated to reduce stress and anxiety, increase memory, focus and positive brain activity.
Lucy says, “Meditation should be mainstream, be part of our lives, it is not something someone else does. Taking time out from yourself and the world, to connect with something larger than you is only ever a positive thing. By reminding ourselves that everything is connected helps us to be positive and treat everyone with compassion. By attending the meditations you are you benefiting yourself and by donating you are helping others. It is a win win situation. Come along and try it, everyone is welcome, no need to book.“
The weekly meditation sessions developed over the past few months to encompass other practitioners presenting different meditations from free dance to sound baths. Lucy contacted the founders of BeWell (a healing clinic which took place in Kings Barn) to work together and as a collective. Lucy added, “It’s great to do service and to keep learning. We are open to any practitioner who would like to share their practice and develop group work.”
Amanda Mcgregor, one of the founders of BeWell, with will running a bimonthly meditation in the Town Hall, the Twin Hearts Meditation will also run bimonthly. Amanda works with The tree of life philosophy and works with a rainbow of resources to empower people to live happy lives working as a therapist.
Meditation £5 charity donation per person, Tai Chi £10 person including a charity donation
Money raised this term we are donating to charities that provide free food to those in need Nomad, The Food Pantry and Calais Light.