A Meaningful Part Of Your Everyday Life
A Year-Round Program Of
Teaching, Practice & Support
Mindfulness For Life
22 weekly group sessions held in academic term time – Sept to mid Dec, then mid Jan to late May (excluding Easter weeks)
A light program of structured course work with set daily Mindfulness practices running over these 22 weeks
Pay a £15 registration fee to secure your place.
Then make 12 monthly payments of £25 each.
Total Cost - £145
Mindfulness is a quality that enhances all experience, whether mundane or extraordinary. This ancient wisdom, which has been practised for centuries in the East, has a strikingly contemporary dimension to it and today it is being increasingly adopted and practised here in the West.
In this eight week program (designed by leading meditation experts) we'll explore the methods and techniques of Mindfulness in an in-depth, step-by-step way. This course places a particular emphasis on successfully integrating Mindfulness into our daily life, so making it a routine part of each day in a way that produces a deep transformation in our lived experience of everyday life.
About The Course
• This course is suitable for both beginners and those already familiar with Mindfulness, particularly those who are seeking to 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 or renew their meditation practice, or to take it on to the next level.
CostsThe following fees apply:
- A deposit of £25
- Then 8 weekly payments of £15 each (paid during the series of weekly meetings)
- Total – £145
An 8 Week Program to Find Peace, Serenity & Joy Amid The Busyness Of Everyday Life
Pay a £25 deposit to secure your place.
Then make 7 weekly payments over the period of the course of £15 each.
Total Cost - £130
Full course notes, a copy of the 'Life With Full Attention' Workbook and CDs containing all the meditations used during the course are provided
Total cost is then just £110
More About The Course
This Mindfulness program consists of weekly meetings and daily periods of home practice.
The weekly meetings 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 they have actually been putting the course work and meditations into practice in their daily lives.
The themes covered over the 8 week period are:
- Day-to-Day Mindfulness
- The Body
- Managing The Mind
- Bringing The Teaching To Mind
- Using Nature & Art
- Dealing With Other People
During the course, the practicalities of creating a good and highly effective personal meditation practice are explored, and topics such as cultivating Compassion (and 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.
The meetings are hosted by Shaun (a highly experienced group facilitator and trained Mindfulness teacher who runs our other weekly Mindfulness meetings) along with Jamie (who is our regular co-host, and who is a Counsellor in training). All the course materials (including the Life With Full Attention Workbook and CDs of all the meditations used during the course) will be provided, with everyone receiving their own, personal copies.
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For more information about this 8 week program of meetings and course work contact Shaun
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | mobile: 07769 574063
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 current research indicates that all forms of meditation (including Mindfulness) may be unwise for people with bipolar vulnerability or those who are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD), unless it is conducted under clinical 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 health care professional before engaging with Mindfulness or any form of meditation.