Meditation Classes at OMH Therapies

For thousands of years people have used meditation to find peace and clarity through contemplation of the present moment.  Meditation allows us to move beyond stress-inducing thoughts and emotional upsets into a place of tranquillity.

The variety of meditation techniques, traditions, and technologies is nearly infinite, but the essence of meditation is singular: the cultivation of mindful awareness and expanded consciousness. 

We offer a variety of different meditation sessions to suit your needs.


Do you ever have trouble concentrating? Do you ever feel keyed up for no reason or find it hard to switch off at night? If so meditation might be for you.

Meditation is not just for monks and yogis, it is a simple and effective method for calming the mind and releasing stress which anyone can master!

This powerful mind exercise will show you the way to meditate and connect with your Higher-Self. Get deep inside yourself and discover who you truly are. Find the light, which is shining within all of us.

Start to meditate and listen to the Silence.......... 

You can turn your life around, not tomorrow, not in the future, but NOW.




FRIDAY: 12.30 - 13.00 PM

TEACHER: Roberta Giovedi

Contemplative meditation is a relaxing transformative practice that helps to develop the ability for deep concentration by bringing the focus on one action or thought. 
There is a variety of contemplative practice that involve art, body movement and connection with nature. What we will do in our session will include the reading of an inspirational text – from spiritual or religious literature – followed by a silent contemplation of the reading that can be carried out in stillness or while writing or drawing the thoughts and feelings triggered within you, (paper and pencils will be provided). There will be a little guidance during the meditation to keep ourselves focus.

In the end we will pick an angel card that will accompany us for the week to come.

This contemplative approach to meditation is known to improve focus and reduce stress, while also helping to explore meanings, values and purposes through creativity. Incorporated in daily life, just like any other mindfulness practice, this exercise acts as a reminder to really connect to what we are doing and processing in the current moment."