Have you always wanted to Learn to Meditate? Learning to Meditate is not difficult, but like any learning experience requires teaching and some effort. This course focuses on obtaining the correct posture, practicing various types of meditation and assists in setting up a daily practice.
The course is quite extensive. We cover posture, 9 round breathing exercise, motivations and dedications, candle exercise, body scanning and mindfulness, visualisation and walking meditation.
India Wallace has a “Meditation Teachers” certificate from The Gawler Foundation and currently teaches “Learn to Meditate” at Buddha House. As a practicing Buddhist she has been meditating for many years and offers practical advice to motivate you and begin your own Meditation Journey.
Situated in the serenity of the Adelaide Hills, take advantage of the many restaurants, stores and markets either after or before your meditation. Only 10 minutes up the freeway!
Numbers are limited so please book asap to ascertain your space.
Cost: $100 (inclusive) includes notes, audio’s and gift.
Course Dates & Times
Thursday October 8, 15, 22 & 29 – 9.30 am to 10.30 am
Perfect for after school drop off.
Saturday October 10, 17, 24 & 31 – 4.00 pm to 5.00 pm
Head to the hills, invite a friend and take advantage of visiting the many restaurants and cafe’s in the area or take a walk in the picturesque Adelaide Hills before the session. My recommendations are “Patch” particularly if you have younger children and “Miss Perez” for amazing Tapas. Also can’t go past the iconic “Stirling Organic Market and Cafe.”
Please note: The final session of each course (week 4) will be 1 1/2 hours duration.
(please note you can do a combination of days, eg: some Thursdays and some Saturdays as long as you keep them in order.)
Life got in the way. Other demands on my time.
I have come to a stage in my life, where I don’t filter the stresses in life as well as my younger years. I decided mediation was a good tool for my future years, and what challenges might lie ahead.
India’s classes were over and above my expectations.
From the moment I met her, the care she took to arrange the room for our comfort, the hot herbal tea on arrival, the notes carefully written and provided in our own folder.
Her teachings, the practice education, her personal interest in our Journey, and her sincere desire to enrich our lives with this ancient tool – gives me every reason to recommend India and her classes to everyone.
This is what she is meant to do.
Thank you India
“Meeting India has been a really lovely experience – her warm, calm and caring nature has inspired me to commit myself to becoming less anxious, more focused and mindful and to dedicate part of every day to entering that ‘domain of deep natural peace’ which she has shown me.”
Thank you India for teaching me to ‘be’ with myself and providing me with new skills to help me behave in a more mindful manner. Your course has not only taught me how to meditate, but I have also become a more appreciative and aware person. I am far more conscious of everyone’s desire for the same thing – happiness. This awareness makes it far easier to give both myself and others a break, because at the end of the day we are all seeking happiness in one form or another, and we are all going about it in the best way we know how to.
Having just completed a Learn to Meditate course as part of a small group with India I found the course to be personal and meaningful. The atmosphere and energy was very calming, supportive and positive – which I think is a reflection of India’s warm and engaging teaching style – I really appreciated your support, gentle guidance and positivity during the course creating a lovely group dynamic which allowed things to unfold at the right pace- thank you!
Participating in the Faith, Hope & Healing Meditation course, with India, has given me an opportunity to take a step back and reflect on my life journey. It has helped me to become calmer, more open and identify key goals – while accepting current changes. I have been able to mindfully establish priorities and think more clearly about what is truly important in my life – with my work, my family and the community. Thank you, India – and my daughter, Lainie, for making the connection – and adding value to my life.