INHERE’S NEW GUIDED ONLINE MEDITATION CLASSES WILL CALM YOUR LOCKDOWN
UPDATE: You can now check out a full guide to the UK’s best meditation classes available on-line during lockdown on inherestudio.com
With corona lockdown in still in effect across London and the rest of the UK the wellness economy boom that was reportedly set to rival tourism is having to adopt quickly to the new normal of quarantine.
And in the “new normal” it seems the time allocated for the commute to work has been reallocated by the young professional to wellness pursuits such as fitness, yoga and meditation by video conference and as a result there’s been a rush of previously studio based business to adapt to meet this need – and quite frankly – just survive.
At Floripawear we’re big believers in downtime and shutting off from the work world for a while be it that endorphin stress release you get running, mindfulness or relaxing through meditation or other means and that brings us to the new surge in guided meditation available online and the innovative resourceful wellness entrepreneurs adapting to this switch injection method
Inhere was London’s first drop-in studio having launched in the City of London way back in 2017 and – in response to both latent demand and corona – they are now offering live online guided meditation classes.
Inhere aim to give everyone the chance to develop a healthy relationship with their mind. Which means offering people the opportunity, the time and the space to tune out the noise of daily life.
In addition to their online meditation classes, Inhere also run mindfulness classes in workplaces and venues of your choosing in normal times so we do 100% recommend you check them out
Andy be they way “inhere” is to “exist within”. Which we all knew, right?
Inhere mediation classes alternatives
Mind Space have helped many organisation discover the great benefits of mindfulness.
London Mindful’s vision at The Mindfulness Project is to create an innovative platform for sharing mindfulness with as many people as possible.
At their beautiful centre for mindfulness in Central London, they have brought together a team of London’s best mindfulness teachers to create a true hub for learning to meditate and practice mindfulness.
By offering a secular and evidence-based approach, they hope to teach their audience what meditation is and help make learning mindfulness more accessible and relatable to a mainstream audience while keeping it real and meaningful.
Beeja means the seed of infinite potential. That’s why they chose the name Beeja – meaning seed in ancient Sanskrit and happy/new beginnings when given to an Indian baby. It’s also the name of the mantras, or sounds, that you’ll receive when you learn with Beeja. And, if you want to go really deep, it means the origin of the universe.
By giving you a few simple tools, they will open you up to a limitless way of being. Beeja can help you fulfil long-held dreams, or take your life on exciting new twists and turns you’d never have thought possible online or out there
Meditate in London (Heruka Kadampa)
Meditate in London run by Heruka Kadampa Centre (Heruka KMC) which is the main north London Buddhist centre of the New Kadampa Tradition, located close to Golders Green tube and bus station. Its purpose is to offer classes and courses on this subject and modern Buddhism for everyone, whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced meditator.
We hope you found our guide to the best online guided meditation classes primarily conducted out of the UK but also including internationally hosted classes as we update the article and more studios switch to online meditation classes due to corona