Meditation is an incredible and versatile practice: it can help with stress management, resilience and inner understanding. But even more than this, with adequate training, it can help us gain access to ‘original thought’ – the state of mind where creativity, insight, strategic thinking and problem solving are to be found.
A meditator herself for over twenty-five years, Katya has been facilitating individual and group meditation sessions for more than the past fifteen. These are designed to carry even the most reluctant meditator into a more peaceful inner space of reflection and exploration. Katya uses a variety of sensory mindfulness and creative visualisation practices that involve both left and right brain activity together with breath awareness and still point reflection.
She has incorporated meditation in her therapy work, as part of her undergraduate philosophy courses and as part of corporate training programmes, including for the Ministry of Defence and for Cambridge University Press. She also is a member of the Special Yoga Foundation teaching faculty that trains adults to work with Mindfulness practices with young children between the ages of 2 and 12..
For further information, please contact Katya directly at firstname.lastname@example.org