Meditation Rocks is a creative and innovative way to weave meditation & mindfulness into your life. Whether you are just starting out, or want to refresh your practice you are in the right place.
Meditation Rocks has three ways to get involved:
Meditation Rocks offers a subscription based service providing eight LIVE sessions each week via Zoom at 7am & 8am on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 10pm on Monday and Wednesday, plus you'll receive access to our private members page where there's two new exclusive pre recorded videos each week and a sleep-focused audio, plus our archive of other content.
The School of Meditation Rocks works in Primary Schools providing three pre-recorded videos each week on the following themes: Creativity, Calm and Concentrate. Every video has a worksheet to go with it too.
meditate925: Helps teams to weave meditation into their daily life either in the workplace or at home. We provide five videos each week which build up a valuable resource of meditations as well as having the chance to book a live session each month for the whole team, or company.
Meditation Rocks has launched a lockdown package available for individual families and schools to purchase for a month to help weave meditation and mindfulness into remote learning. Find out more below!
Meditation Rocks has recently launched a podcast, Room 808. The imaginary room where we will give you the eight things to make your life happier, healthier and more comfortable. Guests include Amy Williams, Henning Wehn and David Flatman. Listen on Spotify and Apple podcasts and read more below.
Our members gain access to private page that features our Zoom room log in, recorded lives and our pre-recorded content. The image on the left shows our live schedule, where Lucy goes live on Zoom with a meditation. If you're a member, click the button below to access the private page.
"I really love Lucy's Meditation style compared with other people that I have tried in the past. Her voice has a beautiful sound that allows you to sink away to a special place, she really helps you focus and develop your technique to help your meditations to flow."
- Amy Williams, Olympic Gold Medallist & TV Presenter
So many of us have pets that we like to meditate with, and the mental health health benefits of spending time with animals is well-known. So if you're new to meditation, or want to see if your pet can enjoy a calming meditation, why not try our "Petitiation"It started out as a bit of fun as people said their pets were enjoying Lucy's meditation which had almost 2000 views in less than 24 hours. Share your pictures of you meditating with your pets with us on social media @meditationrocksofficial