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Mindfulness is a very simple form of meditation. It teaches people how to be present in the moment and break away from negative thought patterns that exacerbate stress, anxiety and depression. Giving people the tools to replace negative though patterns with positive.
A typical meditation consists of focusing your full attention on your breath as it flows in and out of your body. Focusing on each breath in this way allows you to observe your thoughts as they arise in your mind and, little by little, to let go of struggling with them.
Mindfulness is about observation without criticism; being compassionate with yourself. Over time, mindfulness brings about long-term changes in mood and levels of happiness and wellbeing. Scientific studies have shown that mindfulness not only prevents depression, but that it also positively affects the brain patterns underlying day-to-day anxiety, stress, depression and irritability so that when they arise, they dissolve away again more easily.
Helping to manage the stresses of everyday life and more specifically anxiety, depression, addictive or obsessive behaviours, chronic illness and pain.
8-week Mindfulness Course
All participants are required to attend one introductory session before the course commences.
The session provides an introduction to Mindfulness techniques and allows the tutor to check whether the course is likely to be suitable for you. You can attend on either 1st or 15th April, 1pm to 3pm at the Stress Project.
To make your payment, please click below.
For further information please download the Mindfulness Course Information fact sheet.
I am a mindfulness teacher and practitioner. I also hold an Honours Degree in Clinical Hypnotherapy and a Diploma in Nutritional Therapy.
I can assist people in many ways: from teaching mindfulness and helping with performance enhancement, stress relief, recovery from depression and prevention of relapse, to alleviation of chronic pain and restoration of well-being, either as individuals or through group work.
I also help people who are over or underweight or who have an eating disorder, as well as tackling a range of phobias and dealing with major, sometimes terminal illness.
My Accidental Introduction to Mindfulness....
Click here to read our blogger's first experience of a mindfulness class.