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Daily Meditation 22 – 26 April 2024

These sessions are led by Milla Gregor.

Start Time: Monday – Friday, 7am BST (London) / 8am CEST (Paris). 60-minute live session.

Breath, Body, Connection and Reflection

Breath, body and connection are areas of practice that come up again and again in Buddhist teaching. We’ll explore them in different combinations, and reflect on how they can support your meditation practice and your wider life, with all their opportunities for relationship, engagement and embodied presence.

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Our Daily Meditation Sessions are held on our community platform, Sangha Live Connect. Need help getting started? Follow our guide below.


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Milla Gregor

Milla Gregor collaborates with people dedicated to shifting systems towards social and climate justice. She provides facilitation, evaluation and coaching for charities and individuals, using an embodied relational and systemic lens. This includes support with meditation practice, on request.

She has practiced Buddhist meditation since 2005 and has been a student of Martin Aylward since 2016. Other important teachers include Thich Nhat Hanh, Martine Batchelor, Leigh Brasington, Yanai Postelnik and Lama Rod Owens.

Milla lives in East London and enjoys wild swimming, cycling, running, cooking and finding ways to intervene in the capitalist consumer trance whenever possible, sometimes while singing with the Stop Shopping Choir UK. You are welcome to contact her if you’d like to explore the ways in which practice, creativity, activism and systemic change overlap in your life. Click here to learn more about Milla Gregor.