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Where Meditation Meets the West Coast

Welcome To Meditat

Where Meditation Meets the West Coast

Meditat is a weekly beginners meditation group, based in Waiaturua, West Auckland. Located in the heart of the West Coast bush, Meditat creates and spreads relaxation and peace from the moment you arrive.

Each week the group meets at 911 West Coast Road, at the Waiaturua Community Hall. The sessions involve a variety of meditations and meditation exercises, interjected with readings from enlightened authors. The weekly sessions finish with home baked goods and the opportunity to mingle with like-minded yogis. From the 15th of July, Meditat will take place on Tuesday nights at 7pm. This is a change from the original Monday night sessions. The last Monday session will take place on the 30th June, followed by a one-week hiatus, with Meditat weekly sessions resuming from the 15th July.

Meditat is a beginner’s meditation class and offers exercises to suit all levels. New people are always welcome, so please come along and bring a friend. Each month you will receive a newsletter updating you on what’s happening at Meditat. For more information, please contact Regan at regan@higherdimension.info or on 02102330260. You can also learn more about meditation and spirituality by visiting www.higherdimension.info.

Regan Northwood


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