There is now a daytime meditation as well as an evening one to explore meditation practice. These spaces are for people who want to meditate but find it hard to practice or to maintain a practice. I hope our practice will develop so encourage you to come weekly but this is not obligatory.
The approach will be guided by the definition of meditation found in the Yoga Sutras. My feeling is that the only wrong way to meditate is not to do it. I suspect meditation does not work because it is surrounded in mystery and expectation. Meditation can be simple. You do not need the perfect space or the perfect head to practice.
I will email participants a couple of days before each session with some ideas to read in the form of a slide show. We can then discuss questions that have come up. This isn’t a test. You do not need to memorise anything! Just have a read and come to the session with an open mind and a comfortable chair/block/meditation stool. All that is needed is somewhere comfortable to be with minimum interruption. Do consider wearing earphones if you are in a busy home.