Meditation Mountain

Brought to you by Pukka Herbs.

There’s no doubt that the past couple of months have been incredibly bewildering, causing disruption and strain on our everyday lives. Taking time to unwind and reconnect with your body and mind can provide some much-needed relief from our hectic surroundings. Brought to you by Pukka Herbs, Meditation Mountain is your home of rejuvenation, with guided meditation and tea blending workshops, the basics of Ayurveda and understanding your Dosha through to classes and activities that will help you to find your breath and bring some peace to your day.

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Emerald & Tiger: Breathe Love Sleep Sound Session with Jasmin Harsono

This is a lying down meditation.

Jasmin will guide you through a sound session to help aid better sleep. She will share a winding down guided meditation and play the healing sounds of crystal bowls, gongs, and intuitive soulful vocals.

Any tension may start to disperse, enabling the mind, body, and soul to flow – connecting to intuitive wisdom, the intelligence of the heart, and the power of the universe.

Create a cosy space with lots of cushions and blankets to support you. Grab a pair of headphones to tune in and surrender to sound for 45 minutes.

*Keep a notepad and pen close by – write any thoughts or feelings that arise after meditation. Create a space that is comforting and relaxing to you. If you’d like, light your favourite candles, or use essential oils or incense to help aid meditation. You will be lying down for the duration of the session, so make sure that you create a place that is comfortable. Grab a blanket as the body temperature tends to change during meditation. If you can, please wear a pair of headphones to listen through or use a Bluetooth speaker.

Precautionary guidance for sound healing:
It is advisable to avoid eating a heavy meal or drinking alcohol beforehand. Pregnant women in their first trimester or those with pacemakers should avoid. Those with sound-sensitive conditions or with metal implants may be affected by the sounds and vibrations. Before attending a session, please seek medical advice if you have any questions or concerns.

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