Why 700 Techniques

We like explain that we offer a ‘buffet’ of techniques to help people find spirituality and deal with daily stresses.

our unique techniques

Why we use over 700 Techniques

We’ve combined our own unique technique from these 3 centers:

Meditation used to be just sitting calmly in one place. However, we have learned this isn’t the answer for everyone. Our team believes meditation is a ‘one size fits all’ solution. We focus on teaching you many techniques and allowing you to choose what works for you. Our classes draw from techniques used in both Vipassana and Osho meditation, as well as the active meditation approach used by Osho.

Spirituality doesn’t belong to any one religion. It belongs to everyone and our instructors welcome people of all religions. We aim to ‘live and let live.’ We don’t want to change your beliefs, we just want to help you become aware that there is more to life than the regular 9-5, and guide you to self discovery and emotional wellbeing. Book a class online or reach out to us today if you have any questions!

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Active Meditation

We incorporate active meditition into our unique buffet of over 700 meditation tenchiues

Meditation is an ancient practice that has been used for centuries to promote stress relief, calm the mind, and promote overall well-being. Though there are many different techniques, the basic premise is always the same: through focus and attention, we can learn to control our thoughts and emotions.

One of the most popular methods is Osho meditation, which was first developed in the 1960s or 1970s. Osho active meditation is a type of guided meditation that uses a specific series of movements and postures to help practitioners reach a state of higher consciousness. The concept of Osho meditation is based on the belief that the body and mind are interconnected, and that by working with the body, it is possible to release mental and emotional blockages. Active meditation involves moving the body while focusing on the breath, as opposed to simply sitting still. This technique can be particularly helpful for those who find it difficult to sit still for long periods of time. There are now hundreds of different active meditation techniques available, which means that there is sure to be one that meets your needs. Whether you are looking for a way to relax after a long day or seeking to develop a deeper understanding of yourself, meditation can be an invaluable tool.