Spring Equinox balancing and renewing meditation

Time, date location: There are two chances to engage in this meditation class:

Tuesday 19th March 7.30-8.30pm at ONE Heart, 37 Tambeling Road
Singapore 423580 (Click HERE for map) &

Wednesday 20th March, 7.30-8.30pm at Basic Essence, 501 Bukit Timah Road #04-04 Cluny Court Singapore 259760 (Click HERE for map)

Cost: Sing$25 per participant

About the class:

The Spring Equinox in the northern hemisphere marks the mid-point between the cooler, darker seasons of the year and the lighter, warmer ones. The forces of day and night, light and dark are of equal strength. As such it represents time to emphasize balance and harmony, both in our life and meditation practice.

It is also good time to attune the life-force in the earth and creative energies within ourselves. We will be taking the time to get in touch with the new ideas, energies and creativity within ourselves as they emerge like new plants and flowers in spring.

At the spring equinox we can think about the spring and summer periods that lie ahead of us, what our goals and expectations are, and sow the seeds on an inner level of the things that we wish to manifest over the next few months.

Symbolically the spring equinox can be a time when we get in touch with the inner child or youth within ourselves, re-familiarizing ourselves with his/her energy and heal any blocks or imbalances within this vibrant aspect of our being.

Suitable for: Both beginners & more advanced practitioners of meditation & mindfulness. All are welcome!

Click HERE to make payment for the class via PayPal, or you can use PayNow using +65 96750279. Cash payment on day is also acceptable.

To register or for further enquiries: Email info@tobyouvry.com, or sms 65-96750279

About the teacher, Toby Ouvry

Toby is a mindfulness teacher and trainer, and the author of the book ‘Engaged Mindfulness – What mindfulness is and how we can apply it to our daily lives’.

He has a BA Hons degree in Fine Art from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Subsequent to his degree, Toby spent ten years doing his foundational training in meditation and mindfulness, specializing in the Tibetan Tradition which included five years as an ordained Buddhist monk….click HERE for full details of Toby




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