Update: This is an anxious time for many of us and we want to help our supporters connect, focus and create calmness. So please join us for our Midweek Meditation: live on Wednesdays at 5pm, or take part at a time right for you.
You can visit our YouTube channel and Instagram to see the range of meditations; from a sound bath to a meditation for kids and families. We also have guided meditations from Elizabeth Yoga and David Michie. We hope there will be something for everyone each week.
Thank you to all of our guest teachers and to you for your support. Stay safe.
Meditate for Tibet 2020
Join us to Meditate for Tibet at 3pm on Saturday 4 July 2020!
Our global meditation is now in its fifth year running, raising awareness of the situation in Tibet and supporting our work with Tibetans. Will you join us this year?
You can do this from anywhere – your living room, your garden, alone or with others! Many people across the UK will be meditating at 3pm on Saturday 4 July and you can connect with them by meditating at the same time – or even holding a group event.
You can do any of the following to get involved…
- Get your guided meditation and use it at 3pm on 4 July 2020
- Buy a special meditation kit
- Hold a Meditate for Tibet session
This can be done all year round, so if you aren’t free on 4 July, you can do it whenever suits you.
Holding an event
If you can get people together to meditate, great! Meditating with others is really special. Whether you want to hold a short session or do something more ambitious, download or request our simple guide.
Any fundraising you do at your event can be paid in online quickly and easily here.
Some wonderful companies are supporting Meditate for Tibet. If your company could hold a workplace session and donate the proceeds to us, please get in touch by email or on 020 3119 0041.
Mindfulness UK hold a mindfulness session every Wednesday to support Tibet Relief Fund. Director Karen says:
“It is such a delight to provide mindfulness practices within a warm and welcoming group and to know that the proceeds go to such a wonderful cause. It really is a win-win situation.”