Wellbeing + Environment

Meditation for Beginners
Mondays: Dates TBC $10 per session.
Monthly sessions during which we will use some easy techniques for mindfulness-based relaxation and sensible, practical approaches to integrate them into your busy lives.
With these meditation techniques you can learn how to relax your body and mind, which in turn can improve your focus and improve your sleep. These techniques also form the basis for stress reduction and pain management. For further information please contact: Sian Fereday focus4medit8@gmail.com


Tai Chi For Beginners (10 week course)
Thursdays from 25 Nov – 16 Dec then resumes 3rd Feb 2022, 7:30 – 8:30pm.
A 10-week beginner’s level Tai Chi course held in our beautiful upstairs studio. These ancient Chinese health exercises facilitate relaxation and healing. Tai chi involves slow, gentle movements, enabling harmony in mind and body. NB: By booking your place on the website, you are enrolled in the entire course. Single sessions are not available. 
$150 for the 10 week course.
Registrations essential.


Greening the Cemetery
Expressions of interest
: Register HERE
As you may know, The Princes Hill Community Centre is located near the Melbourne General Cemetery (MGC);  a place of local, state, and national importance. The 106 acre cemetery, established in 1852  was originally “designed as a public park, with curved pathways, trees and shrubs…”.

During Covid 19 lockdown restrictions, many people spent their walks exploring the Melbourne Cemetery and became aware that it represents a significant open space, with great potential as a haven for flora and fauna, as well as people.

Last year our call out for expressions of interest in ‘Greening the Cemetery’ was very well-received. After a lot of back and forth communication, we are beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel! The Steering Committee will now begin the process of putting a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in place with the Cemetery Trust and an Operations Manual is in the works. As a result, working bees are some way off, but we will keep you up to date when we have further news.