‘Unwind Your Mind’

‘Unwind Your Mind’


Sunday 14th July 2024 
10am – 1pm
With Lisa Newman


This Sunday morning course features teachings and guided meditations that help us to relax, unwind, and de-stress.

It is held at the Kadampa Meditation Centre, which is at 38 West Cliff, Preston, PR1 8HU.

To book, click on ‘Choose an option’ below, select ‘Lunch’ or ‘No Lunch’, click on ‘Add To Cart’, and then ‘View Cart’.


This courses features helpful, practical advice, including guidance on -

  • What our mind is.
  • Why it is so busy all the time.
  • How to properly relax.
  • How to stop ourself becoming overwhelmed with unnecessarily thoughts and emotions.
  • Guided meditations to relax and de-stress.
  • Advice and resources to use at home.


There is an optional veggie/vegan lunch at 1pm when the sessions finish.



Sunday 14th July 2024.

10am - 1pm (optional lunch at 1pm).



Chairs and cushions are provided in the meditation room.

Hot & cold drinks are available in the lounge before the class and during the break.



At Vajravarahi Kadampa Meditation Centre, 38 West Cliff, Preston, PR1 8HU.



£15 - no lunch

£20 - with a vegetarian and vegan lunch.



10am – 11.15am Session 1

Refreshment Break

11.45am – 1pm – Session 2

1pm – Optional Lunch (veggie/vegan)



No experience is needed - this class is suitable for anyone.

Additional information

Meal Options

Lunch, No Lunch


Lisa Newman

Class Teacher

Lisa has over 10 years experience of meditation and Buddhism, and studies on the Teacher Training Program in Preston.

She has taught regularly in Blackpool and Wigan, as well as leading the ‘Buddhism – The Basics’ and ‘Love Without Pain’ Sunday courses in Preston.

Her teachings are enthusiastic and stimulating, and the meditations she leads are relaxing and practical.

Please watch this video teaching from a recent class.


Thank you so much to Lisa Newman for the 2 30 minute meditation classes on developing self confidence.

They were exactly what I needed.


Without inner peace, there is no real happiness at all.
The more we control our mind, the more our inner peace increases and the happier we become.
Therefore, the real method to make ourself happy is to control our own mind.
By controlling our mind – in particular, our anger, our attachment and especially our self-grasping – all of our problems will disappear.
We shall experience deep inner peace and be happy all the time.
Problems, suffering and unhappiness do not exist outside the mind; they are feelings and thus part of our mind.
Therefore, it is only by controlling our mind that we can permanently stop our problems and make ourself and others truly happy.
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

'The New Meditation Handbook'

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