Drop-in classes suitable for all levels (including Beginners)

Wednesdays   8 – 9.30pm  from  24  July to  28 August 2019

The Friends’ Meeting House,17 Woodville Rd, Ealing W5 2SE

( 5 mins walk from Ealing Broadway Station)

£11   no need to book,  just drop-in

Teaching  Schedule:

 24  July     Lisa                                      14 August Caroline

 31  July     Polly                                    21 August  Polly

 7  August  Caroline                             28 August  Lisa                                      


Book now.  Contact Lisa Schlotmann at 020 8567 8889

or use our online booking/enquiries form here >>


Retreat: Tradition of the Himalayan Sages I

At Poulstone Court Retreat Centre

Starts 2pm, Friday the 30 August 2019 and ends Sunday, 1 September 2019 at 4pm

With Rajesh Rai & Divya Dhasmana

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What is the Himalayan Tradition is a question many ask. This is not surprising as it is a broad tradition which incorporates several philosophies that sometimes appear to contradict each other.

Panditji in his “The Himalayan Masters’ deals with this question by explaining the philosophies of some of the Masters, telling their stories, their context and at the core of it, the seminal message.

This retreat will unfold the gift of three Masters through discussion, practice, great food and great company at Poulstone Court Retreat Centre.

This retreat will also turn the European HI Chakra through

a) 48 hr continuous akhanda meditation practice for meditate for unity 2019 in support of year long meditation at Poulstone and

b) A 33 Sri Sukta recitation with a concluding Sri Sukta havan practice and guided meditation practices.

The cost of the weekend will be at a subsidised rate of £108 (which includes VAT). This will include full board and lodgings.

Core text will be Pandit Rajmani Tigunait’s “The Himalayan Masters”

Swami Rama in his introduction to Pandit Rajmani Tigunait’s The Himalayan Masters says

“The tradition of the Himalayan Sages is an unbroken chain that extends for thousands of years, a living tradition that still exists totally undisturbed by the passage of time. The tradition is not concerned with teachings that apply only to a particular era of history or geographical region of the world – its entire emphasis is on the experience of the truth which is eternal and universal. To realize this is the highest goal of existence, although at different times and places different terms have been used to describe it.

Even though the history of this ancient tradition remains shrouded in mystery, it is helpful for modern students to understand it and the lineage of sages which have carried on the teachings. But in seeking to study the tradition, students, no matter how sincere, are at a disadvantage. Many of the ancient texts do not exist in translation, and even when they do, their teachings require clarification and interpretation if they are to provide seekers with any practical guidance

… by knowing the systematic yogic methods of penetrating our inner being, it is possible to reach the innermost core of this temple and experience the bliss that lies within. May all who read this important book make progress on their spiritual journey”

With hands on heart and in humility do we bow and offer our pranaams to the masters of the tradition



Learn and develop how to relax your body and breath, focus your mind and sit resting in a place of stillness inside yourself- in 5 easy stages.

Meditation is an inward journey. It’s also a systematic process to calm the mental chatter of our busy everyday life!

This 5 week course explains and guides you through each step to discover your own inner sanctuary. You will explore and experience how to:-

  • Prepare the body and mind for meditation and choose a sitting posture right for you.
  • Practise smooth, relaxed, effortless breathing with awareness.
  • Use a simple Mantra as a focus and resting place for the mind.
  • Observe yourself and the thoughts that arise as you meditate.

Wednesdays at 6.15 - 7.45 pm starting 18thSeptember 2019

at The Friends’ Meeting House, 17 Woodville Road, Ealing, W5 2SE

£ 50 for all 5 sessions

Book now.  Contact Lisa Schlotmann at 020 8567 8889

or use our online booking/enquiries form here >>



Date: Saturday 21st September 2019

9.15am – 4.00pm

 Friends’ Meeting House, 17 Woodville Road, Ealing, W5 2SE


Good relationships are crucial to the well-being of individuals, families, communities and humanity.   Any interaction with others may be an opening for happiness and unity or a path to friction, bad feeling and separation.  This study day explores what leads to the former and avoids the latter.



9.15am             Registration

9.30            Relax &meditate (guided).

10.00           The source of happiness.

10.45                 Tea / coffee

11.15           Why relationships become difficult.

12.00           Relax &meditate (guided).

12.30pm               LUNCH

1.30           Chanting.

2.00           Relationships as spiritual practice.                 

2.45.                 Tea / coffee.

  3.00.         Questions & Answers                  

3.40          Relax &meditate.

4.00                   Depart.


Easy parking.      Bookstall.       Light vegetarian lunch.

Members Free [Why not join - £25pa?].         Non-members £45;


Book now.  Contact Lisa Schlotmann at 020 8567 8889

or use our online booking/enquiries form here >>