What’s it about?
Today’s busy and rushed lifestyles can lead to elevated levels of stress and feelings of anxiousness. Many of us are left feeling helpless, confused and tired of the endless loop of uncertainty. So let’s take a break from these feelings and take a little “time out”.
Join us and tap into a fun creative practice of mindfulness on a meditative afternoon walk. Niveen will help guide you through focus practices and a process of quiet contemplative introspection.
This class helps engage your sensory capacity and explore the peace and tranquillity that is an inherent part of your own inner nature.
What will we cover?
In this class you will:
- Learn how to proactively managing our approach to today’s stress and anxieties using mindful awareness,
- Learn how to use breathwork and meditation to lower the stress response, aiding focus, mental clarity and creativity
- Develop improved feelings of wellbeing
- Leave feeling light, clear and ready for a beautiful evening and rest of your week.
During the class, cameras can be switched off to encourage sensory awareness.
What will you need?
- A space where you can walk without being interrupted. Your environment does not have to be particularly interesting or inspiring (a stairwell is just as suitable as a sunny park).
Who will be teaching?
Niveen is a Masters trained mental health counsellor and teacher of yoga and meditation. She is also a wellness coach and Ayurvedic lifestyle consultant, trained in both Indian and Sri Lankan approaches to Ayurveda and classical Hatha yoga.
At her clinic in Hawthorn, Niveen specialises in aligning mental health, yoga, meditation and mindfulness with Ayurvedic principles to address specific health concerns.
Niveen teaches classes in yoga and meditation, runs frequent workshops and volunteers as a counsellor in Burwood East.
Niveen previously worked as a market and social researcher with training in strategic business management and chartered marketing. She worked for 7+ years in research and client management across Australia, the US and Sri Lanka.