Ben Dollman - meditation teacher

Ben Dollman

B Mus (Hons) M Env St

Member – Meditation Association of Australia

Ben Dollman recently joined the Lifeflow teaching team. A dedicated student of meditation for over 10 years, it became a core part of his life during that time, and included extensive periods of retreat practice.

As a professional concert violinist, Ben works in high-level performance situations in orchestras and small ensembles. Bringing meditation to this work has enabled him to find practical tools for calm and focus, to change ingrained habits and for managing the highs and lows of an unusual work lifestyle.

Lifeflow Meditation has also revealed skills and richness in many areas in life – through all kinds of relationships, and through acceptance and appreciation of one’s own life and circumstances.

Lifeflow meditation has brought ease and understanding to many aspects of life I used to find difficult. If you want to find some calm and help for navigating life, this really works!

– Ben Dollman

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