Stressed, tired, anxious, forgetful, mind full? Try Mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness can have a wide range of benefits for physical and emotional wellbeing.  Mindfulness can be beneficial for almost everyone but can be particularly useful for:people experiencing chronic pain, people living with stress, anxiety or depression
and people wishing to live happier, more connected lives.

Mindfulness is becoming increasingly popular and you can barely open a newspaper without finding an article about its benefits. But what actually is mindfulness? The longer we practice the more our understandings and definitions change and develop. Mindfulness is not an idea or a concept. It is a way of being, or a way of life.  Regular mindfulness practice and meditation can:

  • increase resilience – giving coping strategies for everyday life
  • help relaxation and sleep
  • increase self-kindness
  • improve relationships
  • give a more positive outlook
  • improve concentration and decision making

First Steps to Mindfulness day workshop
Saturday October 28th, 11:00 - 16:30

This workshop is suitable for absolute beginners and also those wanting to deepen their practice. This day workshop will introduce you to some of the main principles of Mindfulness in a fun yet informative way. You will experience some meditations and discuss and explore some of the main themes of Mindfulness such as managing life's difficulties.

Our visiting mindfulness practitioner Dr. Rachel Jones-Wild hosts this day, she has over 15 years experience. This workshop is not religious. £60 prepayment & booking.