Join us on Saturday 11th May 2019 for

Mass Meditation in Nottingham 

A FREE event in the city centre, 11.30am to 3pm

Featuring two popular, internationally acclaimed Mindfulness teachers
Sarah McLean & Suryacitta

Come together with lots of other local people to share in a very special experience - a fun and uplifting afternoon of expert teaching and guidance on Mindfulness, periods of guided meditation... and much more!
 It's FREE but places are limited
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This event is one part of the UK and international initiative
Moments of Mass Mindfulness (MOMM)
a meditation movement for everyone. Find out more
This afternoon is kindly sponsored by
About The Afternoon

On Saturday 11th May 2019 the Nottingham Mindfulness Group will be hosting a FREE Mass Meditation event in the Nottingham city centre
 - as part of the UK-wide and international Moments of Mass Mindfulness initiative.

And we are delighted to announce that this uplifting afternoon of Mindfulness teaching, expert guest speakers, periods of guided meditation, and blissful relaxation will be led for us by TWO very special guests, the hugely popular and internationally acclaimed Mindfulness teachers...

Sarah McLean
author of 'Soul Centered' and 'The Power of Attention'
author of 'Happiness and How It Happens' and 'A Mindful Life'

Both Sarah and Suryacitta are leading figures on the worldwide Mindfulness scene. Each teaches Mindfulness and meditation all over the world (in the USA, Australia, and Europe as well as the UK) and both are noted teachers and mentors of other Mindfulness teachers. During the afternoon Sarah and Suryacitta will both give short talks about Mindfulness and meditation, and they will lead us in two separate 20 minute periods of guided meditation.

In addition, the afternoon will also include other teaching and guidance on Mindfulness, some other short periods of group meditation, plus lots more! (Keep your eye on this space for extra details and regular news updates as the event itself draws near.)

Between 12 noon and 1pm we will all join together in a special period of mediation that is synchronised with the other MOMM events happening elsewhere in the UK on that day - large gatherings of people meditating  simultaneously in major cities and small towns and villages all over Britain.

So come along and join us - and be part of this unique, nation-wide meditation event!

The Mass Meditation event in Nottingham will run from 11.30am through to approximately 3pm (with the doors open from 11am - so arrive early to secure a good seat!) and it will be held at:

Friends Meeting House
25 Clarendon Street, Nottingham NG1 5JD
(Nearest Tram Stop - Nottingham Trent University)
For a map Click Here

The venue is located centrally in the heart of Nottingham, close to the Royal Centre, Rock City, and the Nottingham Trent University city campus. Convenient parking and public transport links are close by. The venue is wheelchair accessible and has good facilities for the disabled.

Refreshments will be available throughout the afternoon.

Admission is FREE but note that this is a ticketed event and entrance is restricted to ticket holders only.

To book your ticket today simply click on the button below:
If you need any further information about this event, please contact Shaun and Jamie at the Nottingham Mindfulness Group (email:
About The Guest Teachers
Sarah McLean

Sarah Mclean is a contemporary meditation and Mindfulness teacher who has been inspiring people to meditate for over 25 years. Noted for her warm and engaging style, Sarah shares her secrets to creating a successful meditation practice with kindness and humour, and she explains how it can lead to increased self-compassion, clearer communication, and a more peaceful life.
     Today she teaches Mindfulness and meditation around the world (her students come from all walks of life, including Olympic and professional athletes, rock stars, presidents of Fortune 500 companies, and ordinary working people - and even young children) and she is also the founder and director of the McLean Meditation Institute based in Santa Barbara, California, which which runs meditation and Mindfulness teacher training programs in the US and Europe. She is the author of two excellent books on meditation, 'Soul Centered' and 'The Power of Attention'.


Suryacitta (his Buddhist name) is one of the leading figures in the Mindfulness movement in Britain. He is the author of a number of popular books on Mindfulness, including 'Happiness & How It Happens: Finding Contentment Through Mindfulness', 'Mindfulness & Compassion: Embracing Life With Loving Kindness' and 'A Mindful Life'.
     He first began practising Mindfulness meditation himself in 1989 and he has been teaching Mindfulness since 2005. Today he runs Mindfulness CIC (a leading Mindfulness teaching organisation which trains and teaches new Mindfulness teachers). He has also co-designed and leads the MSc post graduate course in Mindfulness at Coventry University. While he is a practicing Buddhist in his personal life (he an extensive background in Zen and was ordained into the Western Buddhist Order in 1999), his public work mostly centres on teaching secular, therapeutic Mindfulness, including courses in MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) and MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy).

Important - Mindfulness and other forms of meditation are safe and appropriate practices for the vast majority of people and they are proven to offer a wide range of benefits, including the lowering of stress and deep levels of relaxation. However current research indicates that all forms of meditation (including Mindfulness) may be unwise for people with bipolar vulnerability or those who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD) unless it is conducted under clinical supervision. If you are currently receiving treatment for any form of mental health issue (or have received such treatment in the recent past, or have reason to believe that you might need such treatment), you should consult your doctor or health care professional before engaging with Mindfulness or any form of meditation. It is also unwise to engage with meditation or Mindfulness for the first time if you have recently been bereaved.