Pop-up Winter Lockdown Meditation

I hope you’re doing okay during this current lockdown.
I was inspired this morning to host a pop-up winter lockdown meditation class next Thursday 19th November @7PM Irish time from the comfort of your own home (Zoom).


This is the perfect time and opportunity to rest, relax and connect to your inner stillness so that you can emerge feeling rejuvenated and full of energy and clarity.


Join me for 30 minutes of breathwork, gentle movement, guided meditation and visualisation.


 If you can’t attend live, I’ll send you the recording which will be available for 30 days from the class date.
I’m asking for a small exchange of energy of €5.


You can pay via Revolut to 087-1411662 or PayPal to PayPal.me/sharonvogiatzi or ask me for my IBAN.
I’m looking forward to it!


Please feel free to pass this on to anyone who may benefit from this class.
Warm regards,


Online Meditation Classes



Need to unwind at the end of a stressful day? These 30-minute meditation classes will bring you straight into relaxation, rest, release, restoration & presence. During the classes, you will be guided by an experienced meditation teacher in breathing exercises, mindfulness & meditation as well as some very gentle movement. All from the comfort of your own home.
Starting next Wednesday 17th June @ 8.30pm for four weeks via Zoom.
€35 for the course. Or €10 drop-in. You can pay via PayPal to this account: paypal.me/sharonvogiatzi
Please also give me your email address so I can send you the Zoom link. You can reach me at info@wellofbeing.ie or 0871411662 (also if you’ve any questions).
If it’s your first time using Zoom, please check that it’s working before the class begins, find a quiet comfortable spot where you can sit (and lie down if you like) & light a candle and/or some incense to create a zen vibe You can leave your camera on or off & I will mute all participants so we will not be disturbed.
I’m looking forward to it.

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