Hi, I’m Brad Gantt.

I’m the founder of Still Moving Meditation and a certified meditation teacher. I originally came to meditation as a means to deal with debilitating stress, turn off the constant chatter in my head and cope with juggling my career and family. The practice was so transformative that I felt compelled to share the knowledge, training to become a teacher with two of the world’s leading experts: Charlie Knoles and Light Watkins. I hope to shine a light (no pun intended) into the depths of these ancient practices in a way that’s relevant to your modern life, and have a laugh along the way.

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What style of meditation do you teach?

In their pure form, without dogma, all meditation techniques have value. Still Moving teaches an effortless technique that you can learn and practice correctly, regardless of how busy you life, and mind, is. You don’t need to find a quiet place. You don’t have to sit in a particular way, or focus, or concentrate really hard. You don’t need to meditate for hours. You can practice anywhere, at any time. Most importantly, you can make it stick.

What if I don’t have time to meditate?

A regular meditation practice doesn’t have to take a lot of time out of your day, and can have the benefit of making your remaining hours happier, less stressful, more productive and more fulfilling. Even the busiest of us has enough time to invest in something that can have such a profound impact on the rest of our lives. The best way to know for sure is to experience it for yourself.

I’ve tried meditating before and can’t stop thinking and clear my mind.

One of the biggest misconceptions about meditation is the belief that you need to stop thinking in order to practice correctly and experience the benefits. A thinking mind is a healthy mind and there is no harm in having thoughts during meditation. The practice of meditation concerns where we place our attention and awareness and how we respond to thoughts, sounds, sensations and emotions that arise during our practice. So yes, if you practice the techniques as we teach them, you can and will be meditating.

I’ve been using a meditation app for awhile. How is this different?

Apps, videos and audio files are all great ways to get started with meditation, but they can keep you from having a deeper level of experience. At Still Moving, we teach you to be a self-sufficient meditator so you are not dependent on anything besides your body, mind and breath to meditate and receive all the benefits of the practice. Additionally, learning directly from an experienced teacher gives you the opportunity to ask questions, share experiences, and deepen your practice in ways not possible with pre-recorded programs.

Do I need to be able to sit in lotus to meditate?

Proper meditation practice is accessible to all, regardless of physical ability or limitations. There is no requirement to assume difficult or uncomfortable postures in order to practice correctly and experience the benefits.

Is this a religious practice?

In a word, no. Meditation is a technique for changing your state of consciousness using only your body, mind or breath and can be practiced by any individual regardless of their religious or spiritual beliefs.

I am already an experienced meditator, is your training for me?

Yes, this is an opportunity to learn from an experienced meditation instructor and develop your practice further so you can experience maximum benefit. Additionally, Still Moving sessions include guidance, instruction and practice beyond meditation designed to help cultivate and support your pursuit of a more creative life.

I’m interested but don’t see what I’m looking for. Do you offer other types of training?

Yes, and we may be able to accommodate your special request. The best thing to do is to contact us so we can work on a solution that’s right for you.

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