Zoom Drop-ins 

 
 
 
 
 
“It exceeded my expectations, Suryacitta always keeps the content simple and understandable” Colin 
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Online Zoom Meditation Classes 

Can't make a class in-person? Then we can bring the class to you. At Mindfulness CIC we can offer our classes as online Zoom meditation classes, straight to your device. The online sessions are run by renowned five-time author and international teacher Suryacitta Malcolm Smith. Suryacitta is known for his simplicity and clarity of teaching and you can experience this from the comfort of your own home with one of our online zoom meditation classes. Our online classes can help you to feel grounded and learn how to live in the moment as well as helping you learn tips and tricks for using meditation and mindfulness to improve your wellbeing. 

Mindfulness Zoom Classes 

Our meditation and mindfulness Zoom classes take place on the last Friday of each month. Drop in and join us on our guided meditation session where we cover a range of topics and themes. Our classes have a safe space to engage and interact, so you can ask questions and engage with Suryacitta if you wish to. 

Online Mindfulness Zoom drop-ins 

Date: Last Friday of every month - Next session Friday 30th July 
Virtual and in-person meditation drop-Ins 
Price £7.50 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cost is £7.50 

Online Mindfulness Evenings - drop-ins 

Virtual and in-person meditation drop-Ins - Live and Interactive for all on the last Friday of each month. Whether you are an experienced meditator or a newcomer you are welcome to attend. 
 
Cost is £7.50 
 
Next Meeting Friday 30th July 18:30 - 20:00 in person limited to ten persons and live over Zoom. 
 
Please check WORLD TIME BUDDY to check the time where you are around the world. 
 

These sessions will be recorded so should you miss one you will be sent a recording. 

 
 
There will be guided meditations and talks on a variety of themes.  
 
There will be the opportunity to ask questions and some discussion too. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"I realise I have always seen myself as a doer and felt it’s important to have constant things to do and lists of things for the future. I didn’t allow myself time to be and that means thoughts came in when I was doing other things like sleeping. This has been such a positive experience. It has left me wanting to do more." 
Gail 
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