Meditate in Neutral Bay

Meditate in Neutral Bay

Neutral Bay Meditation Class

Our weekly Neutral Bay meditation class includes two guided meditations and a teaching. Drop in any week for some inner peace, happiness and practical wisdom. No need to book. Come to any class within a course topic, each class is stand alone.

Mondays 7:30–9pm

Newlands Room, Neutral Bay Uniting Church, 49A Yeo St (enter on Barry St)

$15 per class - card & cash accepted

Accessible with assistance

Topics & Dates in Neutral Bay

How to Deeply Relax

So many of the things we turn to when we’re stressed or worn out end up just leaving us feeling even more tired. True relaxation depends on our ability to cultivate a deep peace within our own mind.

Mon 5 & 12 Dec

No need to book, come any week.

Create the Happiness You Want

Harness the power of your mind to create the happiness you want.

Mon 9, 16 & 23 Jan 2023

No need to book, come any week.

Breaking Bad Habits

Experience freedom by identifying and abandoning bad mental habits.

Mon 30 Jan, 6, 13 & 20 Feb 2023

No need to book, come any week.

What to expect at a meditation class in Neutral Bay

Discover practical methods to solve your everyday problems such as overcoming stress and anxiety, and enjoy harmonious relationships and a happy sense of self.

Learn how to meditate in a way that is enjoyable and actively builds inner strength, contentment and peace of mind.

Each week, explore a different aspect of Buddhist wisdom and be guided in a breathing meditation as well as a meditation related to the topic.

No need to book – drop in any week. These classes are suitable for beginners or experienced meditators. Everyone is welcome.

The Teacher

The teacher of the Neutral Bay meditation class is Kerry Littrich.  Through the depth of her practical experience, Kerry explains how to use Buddha’s teachings to make life happy and meaningful while navigating the challenges of our busy modern world.

Our Neutral Bay Meditation Classes are COVID Safe. Please do not attend if you or anyone you live with (or have close contact with) has developed COVID symptoms (in particular coughing, sore throat, fever or shortness of breath), is awaiting COVID test results or has been diagnosed with COVID within the last 14 days.