Brain Renewal – Meditation classes in Kent
For online brain renewal tuition click here. We currently hold a regular Wednesday BRM class in Canterbury, it is suitable for adults of all ages but people over the age of 40 will find it particularly beneficial. Although cognitive decline begins in our late 20s, it normally only becomes apparent in our 40s
The Canterbury class is held at:
The Friends Meeting House, The Friars, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2AS.
The group meets at 7pm, the class lasts for about 55 minutes. The cost is £10, concessions £7. Book a place by emailing email@example.com or calling 07710039146
With meditation retreats, workshops and other teaching events across the South East of England. We welcome invitations to talk publicly about BRM and brain renewal more generally.
“Most adults will be subject to the effects of declining brain function by 45, the nature and pace of decline is linked to how you train your brain.”
BRM is delivered by highly experienced and trained meditation teachers each with an understanding of neuroscience and contemplative science. The cost of a class is £10 per person, with a reduction for concessions. Other events are priced on a case by case basis. Online classes ensure that BRM is available to the widest possible audience. Email us if you have some specific questions.
Our cognitive functions typically decline from around the age of 30, even earlier for many. The science tells us that by 45, most adults will demonstrate evidence of this decline. There is a general presumption in psychology that as we get older our brain structure and function will ‘naturally’ decrease, resulting in weaker cognitive ability. This idea is not universally accepted, the rate at which the human brain ages is dependent on a number of factors, not least how we use and train our brains. We know that adults in their 60s and 70s are able to augment brain structure through meditation based training.
BRM is an evidence based system, developed by Neuroscientist and Cognitive Psychologist Stephen Gene Morris. As well as a thorough scientific training Stephen is a life long meditator and has been studying the relationship between meditation and health for over 20 years both in Europe and Asia.