Enjoy a Mindfulness Meditation Class in Geelong

For 5 weeks once a year, I offer a relaxing Mindfulness Meditation class in Geelong – Armstrong Creek.
Are you ready to find your calm state within?

Beginners Mindfulness Meditation class Geelong or on Zoom with Barbara Cook

– Have you promised yourself you’d one day learn to meditate, or return to meditation?
Are you finding it hard to sleep, or settle your busy mind?
– Has the busy-ness of the world come rushing back in after Covid, sending you into ‘frantic’ mode again?
– Are you yearning to find that calm state within?
– Are you ready to learn how to regulate your nervous system?
Have you been looking for a Mindfulness Meditation class in Geelong? In person at Armstrong Creek, or online?
This intensive course is designed to equip you with a toolbox of options. With the support of a solid ongoing practice, you can enjoy an inner calmness and steadiness that allows you to respond rather than react to what life brings.

      My next  5-week Mindfulness Meditation course will be a Hybrid offering. By that I mean that you can join us in person, at Armstrong Creek, OR on Zoom.

Dates and times.

The one-hour classes will be held on 5 consecutive THURSDAYS,
at 11 am in ARMSTRONG CREEK, Geelong, Australia. July 25, August 1, August 8, August 15, August 22

Numbers are limited, to ensure the greatest benefit for all participants.

I will start a waiting list once our maximum is reached.

Your investment for the full 5-week course:-


If there are any spots left, I will be able to accommodate a few weekly drop-ins, for an investment of $25 per session.

You are welcome to text message or chat with me (0409 166 456). In any case, I will connect with you when you register.

Just hit the button above to secure your place in the next course.  

What will it be like?

Congratulations on your motivation to explore mindfulness meditation, perhaps for the first time. If you’d like to see what I’m on about, here is a little YouTube sample I’ve made for you to try:

What to expect:

Mindfulness Meditation class Geelong lying down meditating
Mindfulness Meditation class Geelong woman meditating in chair

You do NOT need to sit cross-legged on the floor!  You can sit in a chair, lie down or find any position that is comfortable for you.  So wear comfortable clothes you can sit or lie down in, and bring any cushions or pillows you prefer.

Although I will refer to meditation practices from various world traditions, this course is not aligned with any particular religion or doctrine. 

During the hour:

This is a cumulative course, designed to equip you to develop an ongoing daily practice. In the hour session each week, we will firstly connect and see where everyone’s at. ———- We will spend a short time learning about the mind, the physiological changes during meditation and what may have prevented you from meditating in the past. We may also touch on Levels of Consciousness at times, as a useful key to understanding our experience. ———- You are welcome to simply listen, or share to whatever degree you’re comfortable. ———- But most of the session will be taken up with our primary focus: doing one or two different mindfulness meditation techniques, building up a toolbox of options you can use at home. ———– There are plenty of meditation and mindfulness apps online, but the experience of physically sitting in a group energy is much richer. The energetic support of the rest of the group and the depth of my own personal practice has my participants able to sink into a calm, still place easily within the first few weeks.

What IS Mindfulness Meditation?

I am often asked the question, “What’s the difference between meditation and mindfulness?” Meditation carries so many different meanings in different contexts. The various techniques are designed to have a calming effect, promote relaxation, build internal energy and even develop compassion, love, patience, generosity and forgiveness.  

Mindfulness is more specific. While it does stimulate the relaxation response, its focus is on becoming the witness to the emotions, thoughts and sensations occurring in the present moment. The effect on everyday activities, especially perceived stressful situations, can be profound.

Documented evidence from scientific studies cite the benefits as a lowering of blood pressure, improved immune function, a slowing down of the ageing process, improved skin tone, reduction in muscle tension, better concentration and study, and a decrease in inflammatory stress reaction.   We know from personal experience that mindfulness meditation also takes the edge off stressful situations, balances emotions, develops intuition, and can lead to greater personal growth as events may begin to happen to help you see your blocks and resistances.

If you’d like to get a feel for my energy, here is a little Youtube sample I’ve made for you to try:


Warm regards from Barb Cook      
Diploma Meditation and Mindfulness

Other offerings while you’re waiting for this series to start:

During the challenging time of the Covid 19 pandemic, I offered a number of ways to assist people in returning to their centre; finding a regular dose of  CALM, and connecting with like-minded souls:
  1. There are four free meditations to choose from on this page.
  2. If you’re interested in receiving a personalised meditation for whatever life situation you need help with at this time, just reach out and we’ll arrange a time for your private zoom session.
  3. I provided 14 days of FREE meditations, as Facebook Lives – “Barbara Cook author – Re-awakening Your Essence” . To start accessing these, go to  Day 1 “Simple Calm then follow that Facebook page to access the other 13 at any time. There are headings for each day, including  “You are held”,  and  “Sending love to parts that are broken”.  One of the participants described these as “an oasis of peace each day.”
  4. Join us in our Facebook community at “Barbara Cook author – Re-awakening Your Essence” to enjoy inspiring posts and updates about upcoming courses.  
  5. Click here to follow me on Instagram for inspirations and updates, or click on this logo.
  6. If you’d like to read my weekly articles published in overseas blogs on Medium, click on this logo. There you’ll find my profile, articles and a button you can click to receive my stories via email. (You may need to create a free Medium account)


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