Learn Brain Renewal Mediation

Would you like to learn Brain Renewal Meditation?
Brain renewal meditation is a key element to brain renewal training

Learn Brain Renewal Mediation

Brain Renewal Meditation (BRM) is a system designed to help maintain a healthy, younger brain, improve wellbeing and general health. BRM is based on a traditional compassion and mindfulness approach but has been developed further through engagement with the latest research from neuroscience and cognitive psychology. This method is appropriate for adults of any age but it has been specifically designed to maintain cognitive function so is particularly relevant to people over 40. Although our cognitive function starts to decline before our 30th birthday, typically it doesn’t become apparentĀ  until we are in our 40s.

Follow these links for details of our Canterbury Meditation classes and online guided meditation.

“the number of people living with dementia is expected to treble in the next twenty years”

Scientific research and thousands of years of human experience indicate that meditation activity is a key factor in maintaining and improving your brain health. Meditators are likely to have younger brains than non meditators and therefore a reduced risk of advanced cognitive decline and dementia. However it is essential to have reliable meditation methods and teachers with appropriate levels of skills and experience. Recent research has demonstrated that there is a powerful relationship between the effectiveness of meditation and the meditation teacher.

BRM is available in three formats, traditional face to face meditation classes, online sessions and a number of other resources. Charges are raised for most classes and online training sessions, but we have a range of free resources. We also have more in depth material for meditators wishing to train as teachers with the founder of BRM, Stephen Gene Morris.

 

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