Relaxation & Meditation


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Learn Mindfulness in Christchurch

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If your mind is constantly busy, keeping you awake at night, sleepless turning into insomnia, that leaves you exhausted the next day.

If you body is stressed as you're always on the go, living a very busy life and now feel overwhelmed.

Is it time to reduce your anxiety?

Is it time to reduce your stress?

If yes, then you can have an  individual programme that over a few weeks has been shown to make a real difference in your life.

Jean has designed and taught "Positively Relax" since 2017 enabling people to change their lives.


Bookings phone or text Jean 021 083 53306

Look forward to meeting you

Why do you need to meditate?

In our busy lives we may lose our inner balance due to that busy-ness with it's accompanying mind chatter seemingly in constant motion, rushing through our days. When you begin to bring meditation into your life in a different way.

To notice blue skies, gentle moonlight,

sliding into being in the present

so we can notice how we feel now,

not worrying about the future,

not dwelling in the past, perhaps with longing or dread.

Just find joy and smiles in the present to give outward to those we meet.

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Meditation should not be hard, it begins with you, where you are and getting started with Jean's relaxation class,

30 minutes of 'me time'

to allow yourself to begin to experience peace.

In class you'll learn techniques to relax,

Jean will show, demonstrate,

lead you through calming, restive,

restorative breathing and focus techniques for you to learn, take home to use regularly to benefit your daily life.

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What People say about Jean's Meditation Lessons

"The relaxation was always amazing. Your soothing voice and the directions you gave were very effective to get me to relax - which I often struggle to make time for!"

"I love the meditation part the best, your voice is so soft and lovely it helps to relax. Not many of us find the time to actually do this in a normal day."

"Relaxation was FANTASTIC! Visualization, tapping into emotions, letting go - I could do that all day!"

"I also particularly liked the whispering breath, I always find it hard to concentrate on my breathing when relaxing and this has helped."

The benefits of meditation are whole of body and mind,

Changes may include

  • Slow down your breathing rate

  • Help reduce the effect of stress hormones on your brain and body

  • Relieve your muscle tension and relax your muscles so they function better

  • Utilise the techniques you learn, to manage or reduce persistent pain

  • Improve brain function & improve concentration and your ability to focus

  • Help make changes to your emotional reactions and improve your mood

  • Helps with fatigue and improves your energy levels

  • Can help with anger, frustration and other emotions bringing calm and peace into your life

  • Increase your confidence and self-esteem

  • Increase your confidence, ability to say 'no' and to handle problems 

Find your Peace,        Find you Calm

My own Journey to Calmness

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Four years ago I trained as a yoga teacher with the aim that I could add yoga postures to my treatment plans of helping people overcome their chronic pain and the way chronic pain impacted on their life.


What I discovered was the greatest change in my life. On the course I gained more knowledge and improved my ability to treat people with stress, with pain and with anxiety. These three ’associates’ have a tremendous influence on your health, happiness and our success in all areas of your life.


So what did I learn? On my yoga course I studied, meditation and various breathing techniques that enhanced the clearing of emotional blocks, improving self-belief and releasing traumatic events that my clients needed to get well.


At the same time I was studying Mind, Body Medicine with Professor Satterfield. He told an interesting story of his time as a student, like me he thought the benefits of meditation are much overrated. His then professor suggested that he did three months meditation practice to prove his argument that meditation just wasn’t that effective!


That seemed a good idea to me, so I too did three months of regular ‘simple’ meditation that I’ll be sharing with you. The changes were amazing.


With regular practice the change, difficult to put into words, is a greater acceptance of what is, being calm, taking time to reflect before reacting. 


I think my best description is ‘inner peace’

But if you give yourself that three months,

I’d like to hear your description?