Mindfulness Through Music: 1-2-1 Class

Want to give you well-being a boost and learn how to live more mindfully? Then join Will from quietnote in Birmingham, for a relaxing mindfulness workshop with live classical guitar music!

In this private mindfulness class, you will learn how to practice mindfulness techniques while listening to the beautiful sounds of live guitar music.

Practising mindfulness is said to be beneficial for reducing stress, feeling more relaxed, grounded and calm. Paying attention to the sounds of a classical guitar helps to calm and focus the mind.

Your host for these workshops is Will from quietnote, who is an experienced music and mindfulness practitioner and will be there to help guide you.

What to expect:

  • An open conversation about mindfulness and its uses
  • Guided meditation techniques
  • Learn tools and techniques for practising mindfulness
  • Guided breathing exercises
  • Enjoy live classical guitar music, to help you heighten the senses and focus the mind
  • Time and space to relax, unwind and enjoy the benefits of living more mindfully

Whether you are new to mindfulness or have an already established practice, the use of music can help you better understand the wonders of mindfulness!

Ticket options:

These private mindfulness and music classes can be bought individually or as a pack of four sessions.

Individual class: This is great if you are wanting an easy introduction to mindfulness through music. You and your host can have a chat, try out a few exercises and figure out the best way mindfulness through music can benefit your lifestyle.

6-week Course: Each class is tailored to your specific wants and needs, whether that’s relaxation or improving your focus. Booking onto the course will allow a deeper experience where we will be able to commit to regular practice and discussion of how mindfulness can help you to achieve your goals.

How to get started?

As these classes are 1-2-1, the location and timing can be arranged to fit into your busy schedule. Please note session times need to be arranged with the host.

Age restrictions: 18+

Adult (18+) £59
Student (A valid form of ID must be presented.) £39
Six week course £299

How to get there

Facilities

  • Refreshments available
  • Toilets
  • WiFi

On the day

Please arrive at least 5 minutes before your session begins to ensure a prompt start.

Changes happen, don't worry

How to change dates
Change of plans? You can easily rebook the next available slot up to 7 days before your experience.
How to get a refund
Can't make it? We understand things happen! You can cancel and get a full refund up to 7 days before your experience.
Please note that this refund policy does not apply to gift bookings. You may reschedule your gift if outside the time period stated above. However, all gifts are non-refundable and expire exactly 1 year after the date of purchase.

You'll be hosted by

quietnote

Quietnote is a holistic well-being business, set up to help bring the power of music together with the benefits of mindfulness and meditation. At the heart of Quietnote is a passion for helping people find a healthier sense of well-being and a happier outlook on life.

Quietnote was founded and set up by Will Crawford, who had the idea when he noticed the strong similarities between his musical and spiritual practices. Offering a combination of live classical guitar music and mindfulness workshops, these experiences will help you gain a new appreciation for the joy of music and will help you build mindful living into your day-to-day life.

Will Crawford (He/Him)

Will Crawford is the Founder and Creative Director of quietnote, a West Midlands based company which helps people better understand mindfulness all through music. He has been teaching and practising mindfulness for over seven years. Through quietnote, Will hosts mindfulness through music workshops all over the UK. Will studied Classical Guitar at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire where he graduated with a first class honours degree in 2021.

Any questions?

Ask your question directly to quietnote.