If you want to learn meditation in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, you have plenty of choices. There are meditation groups in Hamilton, private meditation teachers, meditation classes at yoga studios and gyms, and oh so much more.
Let me share with you my list of the best places for meditation in Hamilton.
Where To Do Meditation In Hamilton Ontario [Classes, Lessons & Groups]
The Daily Meditation: First off, naturally I would like to begin this list by mentioning myself, meditation teacher Paul Harrison. I’m a private meditation teacher and you can take my private meditation lessons online.
I specialise in a variety of different forms of meditation and I always cater our meditation session to your individual needs.
Now that I have done the obligatory self-promotion, let me share with you some other places to learn meditation in Hamilton. You will find Buddhist, modern, Christian and other types of meditation in Hamilton. Simply refer to the list below.
Meditation Groups In Hamilton
Hamilton Meditation Groups: The Hamilton Meditation Group is a free community organisation run by Alison Lizz. The group is run on Zoom and meets at 11am on Mondays. Learn more here.
Guided Meditation Hamilton: This group is all about guided meditations. It has around 300 hundreds members and is run by the Unity Spiritual Centre in Hamilton. Learn more here.
Tuesday Meditation Group: Tuesdays 7:30, 45 minute sit then reading and discussion; by zoom. contact Don Woodside firstname.lastname@example.org
Burlington Mindfulness and Meditation Group: Okay. So technically this is not in Hamilton, but it is close enough. The group is run by Sandy Amodio and meets at Wellington Square United Church Caroline St Burlington On 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month 7-9 PM.
Buddhist Meditation in Hamilton
Samudra Kadampa Buddhist Center: A great place if you want to learn Buddhist meditation. You can go at your own pace and it is a very friendly group. Learn more here.
Shambhala Meditation Group of Hamilton: Shambhala is a warm and welcoming Buddhist meditation group. The group meets on Sunday mornings at 10 am at 27 King William St. Meditation sessions are one hour long and are followed by tea and discussion. Learn more here.
Mindfulness in Hamilton
All Saints Church: All Saints Church runs an MBSR and Mindfulness compassion group. You can learn more here.
Andrea Soos Yoga Anrea Soos is primarily a yoga teacher and specialises in Yoga Therapy. However, she does also teach some meditation. You can learn more here.
Anna Taneburgo Mindfulness for stress reduction: Probably the number one reason people get into mindfulness is for stress reduction, and Anna Taneburgo is an expert when it comes to that. Learn more here.
Mindfulness Self Compassion: Self compassion has been proven to help us to be happy and healthy. And if you would like to learn more about that, you can take a look at MSC Hamilton here.
Mindfulness Meditation in Hamilton by doctor referral:
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT): This combines mindfulness with the theories of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. It is excellent for changing thoughts and helping with problems like anxiety and stress. Takes place at , Centre for Mountain Services, St. Joseph’s Healthcare, Hamilton. Learn more here.
9 Week MBCT course at East Region Mental Health Services, Hamilton. Offered twice annually. Call (905) 573-4801
Mindful Eating: If you have a dietary condition or you would like to lose weight,one great option is Mindful Eating. You can learn more about this here.
For career development, take a look at the Program for Faculty Development, McMaster University, Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) Faculty here
Paul Harrison is a passionate meditation teacher who believes in genuine, authentic meditation. He has more than 15 years experience in meditation and mindfulness. He studied meditation in beautiful Oxford, UK, and Hamilton Ontario Canada, and earned his degree at Staffordshire University.
“My goal is to provide the most authentic meditation sessions so you can harness the power of your own mind for personal transformation” – Paul Harrison