20-09-14 18:00

MOMM Guided Session – Breath – The Gift of Life Meditation –

We are living in “uncertain” and ever changing times. During meditation, the breath can be the “focus”. It can be the “anchor” that brings you back, over and over again to the present moment. The Hatha Yoga Pradipika states “When the breath is unsteady, the mind is unsteady. When the breath is steady, the mind is steady”. A recent study has been carried out by Trinity College, Dublin that confirms the ancient yogi masters were indeed correct. Interestingly, the German word for “breathing” is “atmen” – derived from the Indian Sanskrit word Atman, meaning the indwelling divine spirit. In Yoga, the Jiva Atman refers to the individual drop of consciousness (the divine spark) dwelling within the heart space. The gesture “Namaste” acknowledges this divine spark within each one of us. Our practice today will connect body, breath, heart and divine spark…………..

MOMM = Moments of Mass Mindfulness. The essence of this community is to act as an amplifier, and support free expression, create space to encourage and empower positive transformational shifts in self-awareness.. and ultimately raise human and global consciousness.

At the heart of MOMM is the experience of peace, harmony, love and unity as together we Co-create Compassionate Communities.
MOMM links mindfulness and meditation teachers to each other and into greater visibility in community as we awaken to a more self-empowered way of being.
MOMM encourages an individual journey towards wholeness within community and supports the transformational wave of peace and love in the world.
MOMM deeply cares.


2020-09-14 18:00:00


2020-09-14 18:30:00

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Carole Pearson

Carole Pearson is an Holistic Health and Wellbeing Practitioner based in the UK. Her training, personal practice and experience is rooted in the sister sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda. She is a Yoga Teacher, Ayurvedic Educator and a Certified Meditation & Mindfulness Instructor. In 2002, a family crisis which impacted both her physical and mental health led Carole to a period of personal reassessment. During this time, her Yoga practice became her saviour and she also developed a strong interest in Ayurveda. Incorporating the wisdom of Yoga and Ayurveda into her daily life improved Carole’s personal health and wellbeing dramatically, which motivated her to commence teacher training with the Shanti Yoga School in Nottingham. The next step on her journey was to qualify as an Ayurvedic Educator with the European Institute of Vedic Studies before undertaking an intensive Yoga Teacher Training with ISHTA (Integrated Sciences of Hatha, Tantra and Ayurveda). Anxiety was still a regular visitor in Carole’s life at that time but it was the introduction of a daily meditation practice that began to transform the way she reacted to stress and highlighted the deeply ingrained patterns that were preventing her from moving forward and living her truth. She quickly realised that the missing element in both her personal practice and in her teaching was meditation, which inspired her to train with the Mclean Meditation Institute in California and become a certified Meditation and Mindfulness Instructor. Through her own experience, Carole has come to understand that the prime principle underlying both Yoga and Ayurveda is a regular daily meditation practice. She is passionate about helping clients to reconnect with who they truly are and to live the life they were meant to live. It is both her joy and privilege to teach and share the life-enhancing tools and techniques of Yoga, Ayurveda and Meditation. “The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are”. Joseph Campbell
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