The Mind and Meditation - 4-part course

April 2023 - May 2023

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April 2023 - May 2023


Monday, April 17 - 7:00 p.m.

Monday, April 24 - 7:00 p.m.

Monday, May 1 - 7:00 p.m.

Monday, May 8 - 7:00 p.m.


Online or In-Studio


Brian Berneman


This 4-part course is designed for those who struggle with meditation due to an overactive mind. You will learn different techniques and practices to use the mind as the focal point of your meditation, leading to a deeper and more meaningful practice. With the guidance of our experienced teacher Brian, you will gain the skills needed to harness your racing mind and turn it into a powerful tool for meditation.

Course Outline:

Part 1: Introduction to the Monkey Mind

- Overview of the course and what to expect
- Understanding the challenges of a racing mind in meditation
- Introduction to mindfulness and the benefits of a regular practice

Part 2: Focusing the Mind

- Understanding the importance of focus in meditation
- Techniques for training the mind to stay focused
- Using visualisation and imagery to focus the mind

Part 3: Quieting the Mind

- Techniques for calming an overactive mind
- Body-based techniques to reduce mental chatter
- Using the breath as an anchor for a calm mind

Part 4: Integrating Mindfulness

- Bringing the techniques together for a complete meditation practice
- Strategies for integrating mindfulness into daily life
- Review of the course and next steps for continued practice

Brian is a wellbeing leader and facilitator, who has helped hundreds of people around the world lead more balanced and meaningful lives. 

With a background in neuroscience and more than 15 years of experience teaching and practicing yoga, meditation, mindfulness, and different healing modalities, Brian is able to synthesize modern scientific knowledge with ancient wisdom to help his clients get the results they desire. 

Brian has empowered people from all walks of life to realise their full potential and enable them to live a stress-free and meaningful life. 

Committed to conscious lifestyle practices, Brian founded Conscious Action, a movement of people committed to living more intentionally.