The meditation techniques that we teach are non-religious and not based on the teachings of any particular group or philosophy. They are meant to be accessible to a wide range of people and easy to practice. Our broad experience has shown us that every person “connects” to meditation differently – what works for one person may not work for another. That is why we teach a variety of meditation and relaxation techniques, so that everyone can find at least one that works for them.

In Meditation workshop you can learn and practice following types of Meditation.

Body Awareness Techniques

Breath Focus – Focusing your attention on the simple, moment-to-moment experience of your own breath coming in and out of your body. This is the most fundamental of all meditation techniques, and has many variations.

Body Scan and Relaxation –Methodically feeling and then relaxing each part of your body in sequence. This comes from yoga and is used for stress reduction, healing, sports improvement, and many other applications.

Visual Techniques

Eyes Open/Gazing – Breath focus and other techniques can be done with the eyes open, which some people find preferable to eyes closed meditation. Gazing involves using a physical object of your choice as an object of meditative focus.

Visualization Practice – This entails using your imagination to create an image or picture to focus on in your mind, such as your favorite place in nature. This technique is well-known for tremendous benefits in perfecting sports and other practical skills, and strengthening the mind.

Sound Techniques

Mantra – This is a word, syllable, or phrase that is used as the object of focus, as you repeat it over and over either verbally or silently. It can be a plain-English phrase that appeals to you, or there are many traditional ones to choose from.

Music as a Meditation –Following the sound of a bell, soothing music, or natural sounds is an effective relaxation and focus technique.

Moving Meditation Techniques

Simple Yoga – All yoga movements, yoga postures (asanas) are techniques of meditation in which the object of focus is the bodily and energetic sensations that arise as you perform the movement. Simple yet powerful yoga movements can be done at your desk anytime.

Walking Meditation – Combines physical exercise with the stress-reducing benefits of meditation. In this technique you focus on the feeling of your body moving through space, while noting and letting go of whatever else arises in your mind. The result is a refreshing and energizing experience for your body and mind.

Body Balancing Meditation-It is special technique to improve awareness of balancing the body. This simple method helps to improve focus and change default mode of brain.

Mental Techniques

Insight Meditation – This involves practicing mindfulness on the random stream of inner thoughts, feelings, and sensations (including sounds) as they flow by.

Affirmations – Focusing on positive thoughts of a practical nature that you’d like to see manifest in the world, i.e., “I’m going to get that promotion,” or “I can lose weight.” This is a good practice to accompany all daily meditation sessions.

Compassion Meditation - Our brain is well crow for bad memories and Tafton for happy moments. This meditation helps to change this pattern and improve emotional intelligence.

Your Everyday Tasks as Meditation – Once you’ve experienced meditation, you can apply concentration and mindfulness to any everyday task, using it as the object of focus. Doing your job at work, doing tasks at home, wherever you are, you can turn whatever you’re doing into a moment of meditation. This is sometimes called “Meditation in action”, “Mindful action”, or “Being in the Zone”.

In addition to the various techniques that SIPE Education teaches, all programs include :
     -Practical ways to integrate the benefits of meditation’s into your daily life.
     -Tips for ongoing meditation success.
     -Questions, answers, and review of meditation techniques and Support for daily practice.