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The Best Meditation Classes and Studios

By Amanda Sheppard 12 October 2018
Life in Hong Kong can be hectic, at the best of times. From long hours at work to the commuter crush that ensues at the start and end of every day, it’s important to set aside a moment of quiet to keep yourself calm. We know that can be easier said than done, so finding a sanctuary space can be a welcome respite. If you find yourself in need, these are the best meditation studios to take in a mindful moment, or two.
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Enhale Meditation Studio

This newly opened studio sits in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong, offering its clients a much-needed moment of pause amid one of Hong Kong’s busiest spots. Enhale Meditation Studio offers a wide range of classes to suit a multitude of preferences, from the introductory Meditation 101 to a sunrise hike and meditation session. Classes can be purchased on a session by session basis, though packages are also available. Contact the studio for a free 30-minute trial, or to inquire about existing packages. Enhale Meditation Studio, 14/F, The Plaza, 21 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, (+852) 9385 8389

Spiral Spaces

Founded by Resham Daswani, Spiral Spaces is a community platform that offers Cha Dao – tea ceremonies to help pause and clear busy minds. Ceremonies typically last between one and two hours, and are suitable for all ages, as well as both beginners and those familiar with the practice. Spiral Spaces offers private sessions, community and corporate ceremonies to help connect mind, body and soul.

Red Doors Studio

If you're looking for a rare sanctuary that promotes a slower paced life, look no further than Red Doors Studio. The studio is a welcoming space that offers a range of services, including sound healing sessions, meditation workshops and Kundalini yoga (using meditative to awaken the body). Red Doors Studio boasts the largest collection of meditation gongs in Asia, making it the perfect place to delve into the practice for the first time. Red Doors Studio, Flat A, 21/F, Lee Fund Centre, 31 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, (+852) 2110 0152

Kadampa Meditation Centre

This Buddhist centre welcomes people of all denominations looking to learn more about Buddhist philosophies and teachings. A range of classes is available at Kadampa Meditation Centre, from drop-in meditation sessions to weekend courses, retreats, and specialist workshops led by leading practitioners and teachers. The centre is led by a group of volunteers, and there is a bookshop on site for those looking to expand their knowledge of the field. Kadampa Meditation Centre, 1/F, Causeway Tower, 16-22 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, (+852) 2507 2237

Balance Health

Balance Health is a holistic health centre that aims to help its clients find balance in their daily lives, and to prevent the occurrence (and recurrence) of the symptoms that tend to surface as the result of chronic stress and the pressures of city life. It offers beginners and advanced meditation classes. A schedule of upcoming sessions is available online. Balance Health, Unit 2705, 27/F, Universal Trade Centre, 3-5 Arbuthnot Road, Central, (+852) 2530 3315

The Art of Living

The Art of Living is a global organisation with centres in more than 150 countries. Founded by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, it offers courses in Sahaj Samadhi Meditation – a programme designed to help practitioners restore energy levels and tap into the joys of everyday life. Known as ‘effortless meditation’, once learned there is no need for guided practice. Courses begin with a personalised approach, which is then followed by group sessions, and a range of online resources is available at all times. The Art of Living Hong Kong Centre, Unit 1901, 19/F, Arion Commercial Centre, 2-12 Queen’s Road West, Sheung Wan, (+852) 3101 2331
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Following a brief and bitterly cold stint in Scotland, Amanda returned to Hong Kong—a place she’s called home for over 18 years—to begin her career as a writer. She can often be found getting lost somewhere very familiar, planning her next holiday, and enjoying a cup (or three) of good, strong coffee.

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