Meditation has been shown to help with a wide variety of physical and psychological conditions. Learning how to meditate is not a miracle cure that will make these conditions vanish, but participants report that practising mindfulness meditation helps them take a different stance to their conditions and so they get less entangled in them and better able to live with them.
Mindfulness meditation has also been show to be of benefit to anyone wanting to learn how to live life more fully, how to ride the ups and downs of everyday living and be better able to deal with the difficult stuff that life tends to throw at us from time to time.
You can learn to meditate and practice mindfulness meditation at our 8-week course Stress Reduction through Mindfulness which is based on the Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn and the Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course developed by Mark Williams, John Teasdale and Zindel Segal for the prevention of relapse in depression.
This course is open to the general public but pre-booking is essential.
Due to Covid-19 all my courses and sessions are now taking place online. You can find out more on the Online Mindfulness page
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Please contact me using the form below to check availability and for more information and a booking form. If you would like to have a chat before making a commitment we can schedule a phone call.
Read some examples of how practising mindfulness has helped individuals in their day-to-day life here
Find out what previous participants have learned from the course here
The benefits of learning on a live course
Find out more about the benefits of learning mindfulness meditation on an 8-week course rather than through an app or online here
I am delighted to be able to offer 'graduates' of the 8-week course ongoing support with their practice.
These sessions are an opportunity to meet and practise together with the intention of refreshing, sustaining and deepening our practice and understanding of mindfulness. Some people find it useful to attend regularly whereas others drop in and out depending on what is going on in their life and their practice.
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