Mindful movement and meditation begins April 6.th

Mindful movement and meditation begins April 6.th

Mindful movement and meditation is a powerful tool to regulate the nervous system and create a peaceful and loving presense. 


4 WEEKS starts April 6th on saturdays 10:00-11:30am

PRICE: 15.000 ISK – includes 1 month open pass to all classes at Yogavin April 6th – May 6th

TEACHER Nicole Keller

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“If you want to understand your mind, sit down and observe it”.

Anagarika Munindra


Mindfulness meditation is a powerful tool to:

  • Navigate life’s inevitable ups and downs
  • See reality clearly and accept it
  • Cultivate compassion for oneself and for others

This course will equip you with basic mindfulness meditation techniques, including:

  • Mindfulness of breath and body
  • Mindfulness of thoughts and emotions
  • Heart practices such as kindness and compassion
  • Practices that can be applied to daily life challenges

Each class includes:

  • Gentle mindful movement
  • Instructions and teachings based on buddhist psychology
  • Sitting and walking meditation practices
  • Q&A and group discussion (Icelandic welcome, with English summary)

Note: the course will be taught in english.

Price: 15.000 kr. This includes access to all open times in Yogavin for the duration of the course.

Registration click here

Teacher: Nicole Keller

I am a geologist, mum of two, nature lover, yoga teacher and passionate about discovering more and more about the true depth of human experience. I have been meditating regularly for the past 7 years, and I am currently in the second year of the Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program run by Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield, two of the most respected mindfulness meditation teachers in the western world. I have attended silent retreats in Iceland with Ásta Arnadóttir and Sharda Rogell, and at Gaia House in the UK with Jaya Rutgard and Nathan Glyde. 

Meditation has been incredibly helpful to me on many levels, helping me in my daily life as a mum, as a partner and as a co-worker. Meditation has taught me to respond in a more skilful manner rather than to react rashly, to identify recurrent thought patterns that aren‘t always very helpful, and to listen and respond to the signals the brain, the body and the heart are sending amongst themselves. Meditation and the ancient teachings of the buddhist path have also provided a solid ground on which to develop a renewed sensation of connection to Nature, of awe of the beautiful world around us, and of a feeling of connectedness to all beings. I am very grateful to have come across these teachings and I sincerely hope I can pass them onwards – to you perhaps?  

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Yogavin // Grensásvegi 16, 108 Reykjavík // yoga@yogavin.is // sími 8626098

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