Pay a £25 deposit today to secure your place.
Then make 12 monthly payments of £25 each over the period of the course.
“I've attended the Mindful Living Program for the last two years and it has honestly been the best experience of my life! It has given me practical techniques to help deal with stress and prevent anxiety and depression.”
- Claire S, Derbyshire
Find Peace, Serenity & Joy Amidst The Busyness Of Everyday Life
Integrate Mindfulness firmly into your life with this gentle but powerful 12-month program that combines a gradual pace of in-depth study and meditation practice with expert teaching and friendly support.
The course includes practical help, tips and techniques to enable you to overcome resistance, avoidance and procrastination when they arise!
You can enrol and do the full year, or just take it term by term - you're free to withdraw at any point.
and runs through to August 2022
30 classes across the year, all held as live weekly webinars that are structured in convenient segments of 6 classes at a time (with spacious breaks and holiday periods in between)
A light program of structured course work, including daily guided meditations, running across these 30 weeks
Support Your Engagement With Mindfulness & Meditation For A Full Year!
• A gently-paced course of teaching and home meditation practice - study with a friendly group of other, likeminded people, all under expert tuition
Pay a £25 deposit today to secure your place.
Then make 12 monthly payments over the period of the program of £25 each.
Ideal for those who've previously done an 8-week Mindfulness course or other Mindfulness training,
and who now want support to embed Mindfulness effectively into their everyday lives
In this year-round program - which draws together key elements of the renowned MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction), MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy), and Mindful Compassion training - we explore the methods and techniques of modern Mindfulness in a gradual, in-depth, step-by-step way.
About The Course
• This course is most suitable for those already familiar with Mindfulness, particularly those who are seeking to support, renew, refresh or deepen their existing Mindfulness practice.
• We especially recommend this course for those who have previously done an 8 week course in Mindfulness (such as MBSR or MBCT) and who are now seeking to strengthen, deepen, or renew their meditation practice, or to take it on to the next level.
CostsThe following fees apply for this year long Mindfulness program:
- A deposit/registration fee of £25
- Then 12 monthly payments of £25 each made over the period of the program (beginning in September 2021)
A Gentle, Year-Round Program to Find Peace, Serenity & Joy Amid The Busyness Of Everyday Life
Pay a £25 deposit/registration fee now to secure your place. Then make 12 monthly payments of £25 each over the period of the course.
Full course materials, including course notes, worksheets and a series of guided meditations, are provided
More About The Course
This Mindfulness program consists of a series of 30 weekly online classes - which are LIVE and fully interactive - plus daily periods of home practice and 6 in-person, retreat-style practice days during the year.
The weekly online webinars provide a chance for participants to explore the coming week's course work (and meditation exercises) together – and to also discuss, share and reflect on the experiences they've had over the previous week while putting the course work and meditations into practice in their daily lives.
Some of the themes covered over the period of the course include:
- Mindfulness of the Body
- Mindfully Managing Thoughts & Emotions
- Reducing Daily Stress
- Seeing Thoughts as Thoughts
- How to Deal With Difficult People
- Cultivating Compassion for Self & Others
- Learning to 'Be Here Now'
- Creating Inner Calm & Balance
- Seeing Situations Clearly & Developing Insight
During the course, the practicalities of creating a good and highly effective personal meditation practice are explored, and important topics such as cultivating Compassion (including Self-Compassion) in daily life and learning to live Mindfully amidst the busyness and pressure of our hectic, everyday existence, serve as key aspects of the teaching which are repeatedly returned back to.
All the course materials will be provided, with additional online support for participants when required.
About The Course Leaders
All the webinars and in-person Retreat Days will be led by the experienced, Midlands-based Mindfulness teacher Shaun Glossop (who is our group Director).
a guest lecturer on Mindfulness at Nottingham Trent University on several occasions, and he has also appeared multiple times in the press and on both tv and radio in his capacity as an experienced Mindfulness teacher and as a spokesman for Mindfulness and meditation.
Shaun is particularly noted for his warm, welcoming and friendly personality, his wide-ranging knowledge about Mindfulness and meditation, and his very grounded, down-to-earth (and easy to understand) teaching style.
Shaun will be supported in leading this course by Jamie Glossop, who is the regular co-host of the Nottingham Mindfulness Group's in-house events.
Jamie is a professional Counsellor and Psychotherapist (holding a BA Hons (First Class) from Nottingham university in Humanistic
Counselling), and he also holds a Post-Graduate Diploma from Coventry University in the teaching of Mindfulness and Mindfulness-based Compassion.
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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.