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Dear Friends,

On October 29th Catherine McGee will be coming to Twickenham to lead us in a day of mindfulness.  Dedicating a whole day to cultivating mindfulness and compassion is a beautiful opportunity to deepen and strengthen our practice.  Instead of our usual running around and getting things done, we practice the art of slowing down and tuning in -- bringing our curiosity to the body, mind and heart as they change and unfold throughout the day.  

This event is being lovingly offered and organised by the
Richmond, Twickenham, and Kingston Mindfulness Meditation Groups.  Tickets are limited and go quickly so if you are interested in attending it is best not to wait to the last minute!  See details below for ordering online.


Date:     Saturday, October 29th
Time:     10:00am-4:30pm  (Registration from 9:30am)
 St. James Parish Hall,
                 29 Radnor Road,
                 Twickenham, TW1 4NE

Cost:      £8 Concession, £12 Standard, £16 Sponsor
Lunch:     Please bring something for our shared vegetarian lunch.  Tea and coffee with be provided.

Please bring your own meditation cushions or stools.  Chairs will be provided.  This venue tends to be on the ‘chillier’ side so wear layers or consider bringing along a blanket.

Online bookings:  Follow this link to order through brown paper tickets:

Postal bookings:  For those who don’t have access to the internet payment can be sent to:

Andrea Hosfeld, 78 Craneford Way, Twickenham, TW2 7SQ. -- Please include your name, address, telephone number and a cheque made out to the Twickenham Mindfulness Meditation group.  Contact Andrea with any queries at or 07940816650.

For more information, booking forms or terms and conditions please go to:

(We usually have long waiting lists so we regret we cannot accept payments on the day and are unable to hold reservations without payment longer than 48 hours.)

In the Buddhist tradition, the teachings Catherine offers on the day will be given freely as they are considered ‘priceless.’ Dharma Teachers who make their livelihood in this way rely on voluntary offerings to support their ongoing teaching and day to day needs. This ‘dana’ or generosity is a meditative practice in and of itself, a loving gift that springs from our deep gratitude for the path as well as a reflection on our interconnectedness and interdependence. At the end of the day you will be invited to offer a voluntary financial contribution to Catherine.  Please give generously!
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