Meditation is a spiritual practice practiced in many religions and cultures. Mindfulness or concentration exercises should calm and concentrate the mind. The various techniques depend on their traditional origin and are intended to lead to a state of consciousness in which extremely clear, wide-awake awareness and deepest relaxation are possible at the same time.
The different course fees are based on the specified framework conditions (such as the maximum number of participants, dates that take place, school holidays in the municipal sports facilities or the use of external sports facilities).
This course does not meet the required standards of the health insurance companies and may therefore not be subsidized.
Meditation in everyday life: body-breath perception through sitting and walking meditation & yoga, silent meditation and conscious pausing in everyday activities serve for concentration, mindfulness and inner peace; Sharing experiences is essential to discussing obstacles and progress.
Meditation- "Building your own practice": The aim of the course is to help you develop your own meditation practice or, if you are already meditating regularly, to further develop and enrich your own practice.
Workshop: Various important directions of meditation will be presented at this weekend workshop in order to promote mental and physical health. The focus in further practice is meditation as it has been handed down from yoga - it is not bound to any ideological system. Two short forms of meditation are presented, which can be easily integrated into everyday life. The workshop is accompanied by lectures and exercises to strengthen mindfulness. At the end, the participants receive documents for their own practice.