Coronavirus COVID-19 updates at Lifeflow
Lifeflow is now online and in person!
Updated 28 February 2022
For our studio courses we would like to ask that, if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms, could you please produce a negative PCR test taken in the previous 48 hours if you wish to attend in person. We will continue to offer Livestream/Zoom options for all our meditation courses, classes (including yoga) and non-residential retreats at the Lifeflow Studio.
For everyone booked on a retreat we would like to ask that you produce a negative RAT result taken within the previous 24 hours. If you have any cold or flu-like symptoms we would ask that you produce a negative PCR test provided in the previous 48 hours.
All our classes are held in well ventilated teaching rooms and the space allows for appropriate social distancing so everyone can feel comfortable. We will, of course, continue to comply with any SA Health “Covid activity restrictions” in place.
As of mid-June 2019 we are able to offer our popular retreats again. We are running our classes in a variety of options to cater for everyone – in person (all levels), online (Level 2), Live streaming (Levels 3 & 4) and we have recently launched our popular Learn to Meditate course online on demand – Find out more here.
All our in-person courses, retreats and events will be held with COVID-19 safety measures in place.
Thank you for your support during these challenging times.
How meditation can help
At Lifeflow, we believe that meditation and mindfulness are some of the most valuable skills that you can learn in times of uncertainty and risk. The government and health authorities are doing what they can to address the physical health impacts of Coronavirus. Meditation and mindfulness give you tools to address the mental health aspects.
By meeting challenges from a base of calm and emotional resilience, you’ll be able to respond more effectively and be of greater assistance to people around you. This will benefit yourself, your family and our wider community.