Tantra Yoga Meditation Classes


Tantra Yoga Meditation, 8 week evening class starting on Wed 18 October 2017.
This class will introduce you to the key practices of the Tantra meditation tradition, using tools such as mindful awareness, visualisation and inner sound (mantra). The aim in Tantra meditation is liberation from our conflicted mental states so we can realise our true nature as the spacious, free Awareness that lies beneath the chatter and drama of our everyday thoughts and feelings.  

Below is a sample of a few of our previous events, to give you some more ideas of the type of classes on offer in the Tantra Yoga meditation programme.  We're continually adding new classes (autumn 2017 classes coming soon!) so contact us if you'd like to be kept up to date. 

Foundations of Tantra Yoga Meditation

Shiva and Shivaratri 

The Mandala of the Five Elements

Ganesha: Remover of Obstacles

What is Tantra Yoga Meditation?
Tantra is the yoga of inner transformation, a science of consciousness that uses the interconnection between the body and the mind to help us expand our energy and consciousness, and to effect deep levels of positive transmutation. In helping us access expanded levels of consciousness, the practices naturally open us to the awakened qualities that reside in all of us, such as our awareness, love, compassion, wisdom and joy. 

In Tantra meditation practice we work with the breath, mindfulness, visualisation and inner sound. 

Tantra yoga dates back several thousand years to the Indus valley civilisation of northern India. From there the methods and philosophy spread and evolved into many streams, and the Tantric teachings are now preserved in many lineages and traditions, from Vajrayana Buddhism, to the Indian yoga philosophies of Kashmir Shaivism and Shri Vidya. Zeenat has been authorised to teach the practices by her teacher, yogini adept Parvathi Nanda Nath Saraswati, lineage holder in the Kashmir Shaivite Kaula Yogini Nath tradition.

All courses are facilitated by Zeenat Cameron, who brings her twenty-five years of varied experience as a meditator, teacher and psychologist to support us in developing and deepening our practice.