urban mindfulness meditation zurich offers a variety of educational and practical classes, workshops and courses designed to help you manage stress and to increase your health and well-being.
All courses are grounded in brain science, positive psychology and contemplative training and teach meditation in a secular, non-religious manner.
The purpose of this group is to create a warm, safe and trustful space where we learn, exchange ideas, meditate, reflect and explore life's questions. We are a fast growing community of people interested in cultivating happiness, peace and wisdom in our daily lives.
Tuesday evening drop in class: Regular: 90min. class, suitable for all levels. The class provides an introductory talk, followed by group discussions and a mindfulness meditation practice (aprox. 20min). Connect and network with like-minded people. Deep dive: Monthly, 90min class. Short introduction followed by a longer practice (45min). We practice mindfulness meditations: Body Scan, Sitting Meditation, etc
Free intro lecture on Mindfulness and MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) course: A series of talks on Mindfulness, with the intention to introduce the topic to the large public. Find out what mindfulness is and how it can change your life for the best!
Workshops and courses: Urban Silent Retreat, Mindful Eating, Meditation for Beginners, Calming your anxious mind...
Thank you for joining us! Looking forward to connect and interact with you in one of our classes or events!
Organizer: My name is Ela Amarie and I am a psychologist, a certified meditation teacher and an MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) trainer, certified by the Swiss Mindfulness Association.
About Mindfulness Mindfulness is an integrative, mind-body approach to life that helps people relate effectively to their experience. It involves paying attention to our own subjective thoughts, feelings and body sensations, in a way that can increase awareness, help us manage difficult experience and increase space to make wise choices. Recently this approach entered into the mainstream culture. A “Google” search on “mindfulness” results in millions of hits, and mindfulness based therapies are growing in popularity, with teachers and programs all around the globe.