Facebook Live guided meditation

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Meditation is a great activity for bringing your mind and body into harmony with one another, keeping you calm and centered. The mind and body are often seen as separate entities, but they’re definitely intertwined and it’s impossible to separate the functions of one from the other.

For example, if you’ve ever been anxious or nervous, you know how that feels in your mind, your thoughts race and you might even become irrational. At the same time, the nervousness has a profound effect on your body, your heart pumps blood faster and your muscles tighten. It allows you to become centered on your breath so that you can breathe deeply and relax, helping both body and mind.

Join Joanne from the comfort of your own home for her weekly Facebook Live guided meditation every Sunday at 7:15pm to relax, reduce stress, control anxiety enhance self-awareness, improve focus and memory, improve sleep, manage pain and promote general health and well-being.

This is a FREE Facebook Live guided meditation event, all you need is your phone, laptop or computer and a safe, comfortable space where you won’t be disturbed for 30 – 45 minutes. Simply visit and join our new Facebook group and the live should appear at 7:15pm. The replay will be on the same page later in the evening.

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Hosted by The Full Spectrum Centre Limited

Joanne Lee is a fully qualified and experienced Complementary & Holistic Therapist, Reiki Master Teacher, Life Coach, Tutor, VTCT Assessor and owner of The Full Spectrum Centre Limited.


Hosted by The Full Spectrum Centre Limited

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