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Embodied Meditation Sessions

Free online meditation with Karin van Maanen

These are free 45-minute online meditations.

Join Karin and Embodiment Unlimited colleagues on Zoom for free guided group meditations.

Meditating with others is great support. It can get you going with a practice, keep you going, and help to keep it fresh.

Extra information

These sessions are for:

  • Beginners
  • Intermediate meditators 
  • Experienced meditators 
  • Anyone who wants to spend some time experiencing AS a body

The guided sessions are trauma-sensitive and will focus on:

  • Getting you more into your body
  • Settling your nervous system
  • Kindness and compassion for yourself and others
  • Developing clarity of mind through the body
  • Establishing embodied presence for your life ‘off the cushion’

Schedule

*Once registered you’re free to attend as many or as few of the sessions as you’d like.

  • Mondays 1pm UK time (11th October – 13th December)
  • Tuesdays 7am UK (12th October – 14th December)
  • Thursdays 5pm UK (14th October – 16th December)

Booking

Please register to reserve your free spot.

Note : You’ll receive an email to confirm your booking after registering which will contain the Zoom link for all meditation sessions as well as a copy of the schedule. 

For more information please contact support@embodimentunlimited.com

About the Host

Karin has been teaching yoga and meditation since 2008 and has been practicing meditation and mindfulness for over 22 years now. She first tried meditation when she was 15 and decided it was too difficult to “empty her mind”. Unfortunately, she didn’t have anyone to tell her this was completely normal back then!

Karin studies Tibetan Buddhist and Zen meditation with several Buddhist teachers and communities. Her studies have taken her as far as the small Himalayan Kingdom of
Bhutan, and in 2010, she completed a Masters of Science degree from Aberdeen University in Mindfulness Studies. Karin also obtained a mindfulness teaching qualification with the Mindfulness Association via Aberdeen University and soon after, co-founded the Kent Mindfulness Centre.

As well as teaching mindfulness courses in several countries (including Buddhist Bhutan) she has been participating in embodiment training, which has helped deepen her practice and broaden her understanding of meditation significantly. This has served to bridge the gap between the meditation cushion and daily life.

Karin’s mission is to make meditation accessible to a wide range of people, and relevant to modern life.

Karin van Maanen

Meditation Teacher

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