Meditation & Mindfulness

Mindfulness is, arguably, the natural state in which we should all be living. It sounds so simple, doesn’t it – living moment to moment – yet, a great deal of our time is living anywhere but. We spend a vast amount of our valuable time worrying about events that are yet to, or may never, happen, or be concerned about a past action that can’t be changed.

Taking time out to be mindful, is often at the very bottom of our to-do list; it may not even be a priority at all.

Our Saturday drop-in classes are designed to help everyone (new to meditation or not) come together and cultivate mindfulness.

Group practice is highly beneficial on the meditative journey, not only in helping people to stay committed, but in ensuring that there is always a qualified teacher on tap to check in with, each step of the way.

Gareth Lovell, mindfulness coach and Rinzai Zen practitioner is our in-house meditation and mindfulness consultant. Gareth Lovell is available to all, even those who are not PT clients.

Meditation & Mindfulness Drop-In Class
Matt Roberts Mayfair
Every Saturday 9:30am – 10:30am.
16 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8DZ £10
For more information or to book contact gareth@mattroberts.co.uk

ABOUT GARETH LOVELL

As an experienced mindfulness & meditation teacher and Zen practitioner, I help to provide my clients with simple and practical tools to reduce their stress and address many modern-day issues, including pain management, fatigue, poor lifestyle and psychological and emotional distress.

My clients appreciate my down-to-earth and approachable nature, and the way that I am able to communicate abstract concepts in a simple and practical way. Utilising tried and tested techniques from ancient practices, I take a no-nonsense approach to mindfulness & meditation because- let’s be honest- life is complicated enough!

I strive to pass on my knowledge and experience gained over the years, in an accessible and empowering way. My passion is to guide my clients into realising their full potential so that, rather than surviving, they can start truly living.