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Fabric swaps hedonism for meditation

Posted on: 22/05/18 @ 13:35

Fabric swaps hedonism for meditation

Fabric, in London’s Clerkenwell, is famous for its vibrating dance floor and late-night partying. But on Tuesday the nightclub will play host to an altogether different mind-bending experience.

More than a thousand people are expected to gather at the venue, where pumping beats will by replaced by deafening silence for what is being billed as the biggest group meditation ever held in Britain.

Read more here: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/may/12/fabric-swaps-hedonism-meditation-mindfulness-nightclub

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Posted on: 01/05/18 @ 10:34

More than just a healthy eatery, Yeotown Kitchen aims to nourish both body and mind. Set in an inviting and uplifting environment, the space provides a welcome respite from the demands of city life and is a sanctuary conducive to cultivating optimum health.

Alongside a thoughtfully-concocted food and beverage menu, the two-level space includes a ‘Meditation Station” with mood-boosting meditation pods to nurture the spirit.

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A different kind of hedonism...meditate in Fabric nightclub for World Meditation Day

Posted on: 01/05/18 @ 10:30

A different kind of hedonism...meditate in Fabric nightclub for World Meditation Day

“Out with the dub step and drum and bass, in with the gong baths and meditation. Prepare to experience a different kind of hedonism in one of the world’s most iconic nightclubs…Leading meditation expert and author Will Williams, is set to celebrate World Meditation Day at London’s Fabric as the iconic nightclub opens its doors for a one-of-a-kind event this spring.

“I was always a massive party boy and had many a debauched night in Fabric”, he says. “But having realised there is a more balanced way to achieve my highs, and stay feeling good all week long, my team and I are spreading the meditation love with events and courses that are accessible and relevant for everyday folks. This is Manumission for the 21st Century”.

Gracing the decks after Will Williams’ guided meditation at Fabric is BBC Radio 1 mainstay B. Traits, keeping it serene and treating lucky meditators to ambient tones, before Ninja Tune’s brand new signee Jordan Rakei performs an exclusive DJ set. Then bringing together a unique collection of people for the close of the night will be nutrition expert and founder of Sound Sebastien Jasmine Hemsley, on-hand to create a soothing sound bath to relax, uplift and inspire lucky Fabric attendees.”

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Will speaks to Psychologies about how to get a good night's sleep

Posted on: 01/05/18 @ 10:22

Will speaks to Psychologies about how to get a good night's sleep

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Shavasana Disco in the Metro

Posted on: 09/01/18 @ 13:17

Shavasana Disco in the Metro

The Metro covers are music-meets-meditation event, Shavasana Disco!

“Let’s get something straight: I am not cool. I do not go to pop-up gin festivals or visit obscure galleries at the weekend – I spend 70% of my weekends in the office. Experts think unleashing your inner child could be the key to easing stress and here’s why I do not know good places to eat that isn’t the Thai place by Balham station. I live in Balham, for god’s sake. It was therefore, with some trepidation, that I agreed to give up my Sunday morning for an event called Shavasana Disco. It would begin with a guided, Vedic meditation – a specific style said to be particularly profound. After this, we would listen to The Bends by Radiohead, in full, in silence, in one sitting. It sounded exceptionally cool. I would be far of out my normcore depth.”

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/11/08/i-went-to-a-meditation-disco-and-it-was-better-than-therapy-6913430/?ito=twitter?ito=cbshare

 

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How To Meditate In Meetings

Posted on: 12/10/17 @ 14:54

How To Meditate In Meetings

Will speaks to Shortlist magazine about how you can channel workplace boredom into mindful moments!

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Hello Magazine - Top Tips for parents to cope with the long summer break

Posted on: 11/07/17 @ 10:18

Hello Magazine - Top Tips for parents to cope with the long summer break

Will spoke to Hellomagazine.com about how Vedic meditation can help parents with the stress of school holidays.

Will Williams, Europe’s leading Vedic meditation expert, explains: “There is a lot of pressure for parents to entertain the kids, whilst simultaneously juggling their own schedules. This can genuinely have an adverse effect on wellbeing, leading to an increase in cortisol (the stress hormone). If left unchecked, this in turn can mean short fuses and lost tempers, not the ideal state of mind to spend the holidays in.”

Read the whole article here.

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Will speaks to The Huffington Post on how meditation can conquer Sunday fear

Posted on: 11/07/17 @ 09:58

Will speaks to The Huffington Post on how meditation can conquer Sunday fear

Most of us have been there - that dreaded Sunday night feeling that creeps in ahead of Monday morning's barrage of emails, call, meetings and demands. Indeed, seventy-eight per cent of people experience the ‘Sunday Night Blues’ according to a Monster.com poll.

The idea of meditating might seem like an impossible task, but the ancient Eastern practice could be the answer to ending anxiety and sleepless nights. Meditation isn’t just some complicated spiritual activity reserved for monks on mountain tops, as coach Will Williams explains. It can be as simple closing your eyes and focusing on the breath for 10 minutes.

Read more here.

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How To Beat The Post Glastonbury Blues

Posted on: 11/07/17 @ 09:49

How To Beat The Post Glastonbury Blues

Will spoke to Grazia ahead of Glastonbury 2017 and provided his experts tips on how to handle the inevitable festival withdrawal symptoms...

1. Make Your Environment Brighter

After enjoying one of the most highly-anticipated events in the social calendar, it’s not going to be easy adjusting to everyday life. Will recommends ‘opening blinds and curtains for an extra dose of sunshine’ to help boost your mood when back at home.

2. Catch Up On Sleep

We couldn’t think of a better solution either. Will suggests catching up on sleep and recuperating as soon as you’re home. He adds, “If you do find that your post-partying sleep is fragmented, try not to check the clock or reach for your phone.”

3. Head For A Food Shop

No more beers for breakfast folks! Will recommends shopping for proven mood-boosting foods such as chicken, fish and turkey. Also, snack on nuts and plenty of dark green leafy vegetables.

4. Exercise

No matter how tempting it is to climb under the duvet post-Glastonbury, it’s important to get some fresh air. Will recommends walking to help combat the festival blues.

6. Curate The Perfect Mood-Boosting Spotify Playlist

Okay, so it’s not exactly the same as seeing Radiohead live. But a 2013 study proved that listening to upbeat music dramatically improves your mood. So get curating the perfect playlist…

If you’re interested in attending one of Will Williams’ meditation classes, simply show your Glastonbury wristband next week to receive 20 percent off.

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Will Williams Meditation in the Metro

Posted on: 16/05/17 @ 10:11

Will Williams Meditation in the Metro

If you want to upgrade your athletic performance, you might want to try meditating!

We know that yoga is good for stretching the body and making us more limber.
If you’re an avid runner, boxer, swimmer – any kind of athlete in fact, yoga is going to help increase your flexibility.

When looking for the right yoga class, you might be tempted to plump for one which is more movement than meditation – after all, you’re there primarily to work the body.
But what you might not know is that meditation can have a profound effect on your athletic performance.
Will Williams is a Vedic meditation teacher and founder of Will Williams meditation – the UK’s biggest meditation hub.

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/05/10/if-you-want-to-up-your-athletic-performance-you-might-want-to-try-meditating-6628370/#ixzz4hEdJiz7m

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