Our 8-Week Mindfulness Course - Take Part In-Person Or Online

Free Yourself From Anxiety, Depression & Emotional Distress

An 8-week structured course in Mindfulness designed by leading experts.
Mindfulness is proven to help people overcome low mood, negative thinking, worry & stress.

Begins on Weds 4th May

at 6.30pm in the heart of the Nottingham city centre.

In this powerful course we'll learn how to:
  • Break-free from painful, oppressive thinking
  • Calm and sooth ourselves at times of distress
  • Better regulate our emotions and reactions
  • Worry much, much less
  • Find balance in our lives
  • Enjoy life more
  • Be kinder to ourselves and others
  • Have a better quality of life
Pay a £25 deposit now to secure your place
then pay £20 per week over the period of the course.
Total £185
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About The Course

A series of 8 friendly group meetings that are an opportunity for a group of up to 18 people to come together and support each other in working through a formal, structured program in modern Mindfulness - all under expert, professional tuition and with a full range of course resources provided. The meetings are 'hybrid' and you can choose to attend them in-person or live online via Zoom, whichever option works best for you.The weekly meetings last for approximately 2 hours and participants should expect to also undertake daily meditations and some other, occasional short exercises during the week. The in-person weekly meetings will be held at:

Nonsuch Studios
Lower Parliament St

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Nonsuch Studios is a large contemporary arts centre with a cheerful, bright, and welcoming atmosphere. The extensive facilities include an on-site cafe serving a full range of drinks, snacks and refreshments.

About The Teacher

This course will be led by Shaun Glossop. Shaun is the Director of the Nottingham Mindfulness Group, he is a qualified and highly experienced Mindfulness teacher and a leading figure on the Mindfulness scene here in the East Midlands. He has over 25 years of personal experience in practising meditation, and he's taught Mindfulness in a professional capacity to over 10,000 people since 2014.

Mindfulness Teacher, Shaun Glossop www.NottinghamMindfulnessGroup.co.uk
Amongst other things, Shaun currently leads the Mindfulness courses at Maggie's (the cancer support centre at Nottingham City Hospital) and he's been a guest lecturer on Mindfulness at Nottingham Trent University on several occasions.
Shaun has also appeared multiple times in the press and on both tv and radio as an experienced Mindfulness teacher and as a spokesman for Mindfulness and meditation.

Important - Mindfulness and other forms of meditation are safe and appropriate practices for the vast majority of people and they are proven to offer a wide range of benefits, including the lowering of stress and deep levels of relaxation. However, anyone who is currently experiencing profound psychological and emotional crisis, or who is otherwise in deep distress (including the recently bereaved), should not try meditation. (At these times it's better to seek counselling, therapy or support from a qualified professional; time spent outside in nature can also be beneficial.) In addition, recent research indicates that it may be unwise for people with bipolar vulnerability or those who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD) to try any form of meditation (including Mindfulness) unless it's conducted with appropriate medical supervision. If you are currently receiving treatment for any form of mental health issue (or have received such treatment in the recent past, or have reason to believe that you might need such treatment), you should consult your doctor or psychotherapist, or another relevant health care professional, before engaging with Mindfulness or any form of meditation.