Precious Attention | Sitara Morgenster

Sitara Morgenster is a qualified educator for Mindfulness Works, the largest network of mindfulness facilitators and mindfulness public course providers in Australia and NZ. She's been teaching mindfulness meditation since 2017 and has shared the no-nonsense Mindfulness Works approach with hundreds of people throughout the North Island. Sitara says: "Mindfulness/meditation is the easiest tool to learn to focus and to master your own brain. As a result, you start living with a clearer mind and heart. We live in a world full of beauty but also pain, and it can be overwhelming and hectic. Mindfulness/meditation is a simple skill for living that anybody can learn and do. Once you know how, it creates breathing space and clarity in day-to-day situations. You come home to yourself more easily, and after practising for a while, you'll automatically start experiencing relaxation as a natural, positive side-effect."

References for Sitara

Mindfulness Facilitation : :

“Sitara brings an effective and strongly authentic quality of mindful presence to her work with others, both modelling and leading learning inquiries into what mindfulness really is and how we can embody it.”

Stephen Archer
Director Mindfulness Training
stephenarcher@mindfulness-training.co.nz
www.mindfulness-training.co.nz

“I know Sitara will offer tremendous benefit to those who meet her through the course, with her fluid nature and presence. Sitara has been living what we may say is the heart of mindfulness practice for many years. Sitara has a lot of experience leading workshops/groups and is also an accomplished musician, writer and artist.”

Karl Baker
Founder/Director Mindfulness Works New Zealand/Australia
karl@mindfulnessworks.co.nz
www.mindfulnessworks.co.nz / www.mindfulnessworks.com.au

Workshop/Teaching style : :

“Sitara’s gentle, respectful teaching is wonderful. I love how she leaves space for everyone.” – Jenny Geelan

“The day was so well-paced. The content was exciting and gave me lots of tools to use. I feel I have permission to try doing different things and make some ‘mistakes’” – Grace McGregor

Very informal. Liked this. Small intimate group, a good amount of ‘break’ time, great food. Educator warm & informed. Thank you.” – Cate Eaton

Sitara Morgenster is a qualified educator for Mindfulness Works, the largest network of mindfulness facilitators and mindfulness public course providers in Australia and NZ. She's been teaching mindfulness meditation since 2017 and has shared the no-nonsense Mindfulness Works approach with hundreds of people throughout the North Island. Sitara says: "Mindfulness/meditation is the easiest tool to learn to focus and to master your own brain. As a result, you start living with a clearer mind and heart. We live in a world full of beauty but also pain, and it can be overwhelming and hectic. Mindfulness/meditation is a simple skill for living that anybody can learn and do. Once you know how, it creates breathing space and clarity in day-to-day situations. You come home to yourself more easily, and after practising for a while, you'll automatically start experiencing relaxation as a natural, positive side-effect."

References for Sitara

Mindfulness Facilitation : :

“Sitara brings an effective and strongly authentic quality of mindful presence to her work with others, both modelling and leading learning inquiries into what mindfulness really is and how we can embody it.”

Stephen Archer
Director Mindfulness Training
stephenarcher@mindfulness-training.co.nz
www.mindfulness-training.co.nz

“I know Sitara will offer tremendous benefit to those who meet her through the course, with her fluid nature and presence. Sitara has been living what we may say is the heart of mindfulness practice for many years. Sitara has a lot of experience leading workshops/groups and is also an accomplished musician, writer and artist.”

Karl Baker
Founder/Director Mindfulness Works New Zealand/Australia
karl@mindfulnessworks.co.nz
www.mindfulnessworks.co.nz / www.mindfulnessworks.com.au

Workshop/Teaching style : :

“Sitara’s gentle, respectful teaching is wonderful. I love how she leaves space for everyone.” – Jenny Geelan

“The day was so well-paced. The content was exciting and gave me lots of tools to use. I feel I have permission to try doing different things and make some ‘mistakes’” – Grace McGregor

Very informal. Liked this. Small intimate group, a good amount of ‘break’ time, great food. Educator warm & informed. Thank you.” – Cate Eaton

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