Mindfulness is an essential tool which enables people to be more effective at everything they do and more resilient to the stresses they might experience in their lives. It helps people to consistently achieve their personal best, experiencing more job and life satisfaction in the process.
Participants of the course are trained by a highly-experienced Mindfulness teacher in very effective Mindfulness techniques during the weekly group sessions. They practice these techniques individually with the audio tracks for 10 minutes every day between the weekly training sessions and also receive daily email Mindfulness prompts.
This course has been delivered to many hundreds of participants across the UK with great results. Participants report that the combination of weekly training and daily practice enables them to embed Mindfulness in their daily life, helping them be more effective and feel a lot happier too.
MINDFULNESS HELPS PEOPLE TO:
- reduce stress and boost their immune system
- be better at decision-making & improve their problem-solving abilities
- have greater insight and increase their mental flexibility
- be better team players
- have more patience and compassion
- understand emotions better
- reduce pain & insomnia
- create small & large shifts in clarity
- increase their enjoyment of life
A deeper Mindfulness experience for people who have previously attended the Mindfulness is Now 4-week course or have a Mindfulness practice which they would like to develop further. A group, led by Julia Ronder and Louise Chester, of discussion and mindfulness practice to help support your individual practice. £5 donation on the night. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join this group.Tell me more
Facilitated by: – Dr. Julia Ronder, Trained Teacher in Mindful Self-Compassion, Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist & Community Paediatrician, and Renee van der Vloodt, Psychotherapist, Trainer and Coach.
Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) is an empirically-supported, eight-week (+ intro session), training program designed to cultivate the skill of self-compassion. Based on the ground breaking research of Kristin Neff and the clinical expertise of Christopher Germer. MSC teaches core principles and practices that enable participants to respond to difficult moments in their lives with kindness, care and understanding.
The three key components of self-compassion are self-kindness, a sense of common humanity, and balanced, mindful awareness.
Rapidly expanding research demonstrates that self-compassion is strongly associated with emotional wellbeing, less anxiety, depression and stress, maintenance of healthy habits such as diet and exercise, and satisfying personal relationships.
After participating in this workshop, you’ll be able to:
- Understand the empirically-supported benefits of self-compassion
- Practice self-compassion in daily life
- Motivate yourself with kindness rather than criticism
- Handle difficult emotions with greater ease
- Transform challenging relationships, old and new
- Manage caregiver fatigue
- Practice the art of savouring and self-appreciation
What To Expect
The course include meditation, short talks, experiential exercises, group discussion, and some exercises to try out between sessions. MSC is a workshop rather than a retreat or therapy. The goal is for participants to directly experience self-compassion and learn practices that lead to greater self-care in daily life.
There is a pre-course orientation session, followed by the 8 week MSC course and a half day retreat session.
No previous experience with mindfulness or meditation is required to attend MSC. To insure safety, participants are asked to provide background information when they register for the course.
Recommended, but not essential reading prior to the course: Self-compassion: Stop Beating Yourself Up and Leave Insecurity Behind by Kristin Neff & The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion by Chris Germer.
This program fulfils one of the prerequisites for becoming a MSC teacher. For more information on MSC and MSC Teacher Training, please visit www.CenterForMSC.org.
Venue: Witherdens Hall, Popsal Lane, Wingham, Canterbury, Kent CT3 1AT.
Witherdens Hall is a beautiful space, and is an already established centre for mindfulness and home to the organisation Mindfulness at Work. It is about 15 minutes from Canterbury, just beyond Littlebourne.
The course will be held from: TBC
Cost: Cost £275 (£60 deposit). This includes the introductory session, the eight week course, the half-day retreat, handouts, materials and refreshments. The deposit will be refunded in full if you choose not to proceed after the introductory session.)
Registration: To apply for a place on this MSC course please use the online application form available at http://newron.co.uk/msc-application-form.html. Or email email@example.com with any enquiries. We will respond as soon as possible by email. Alternatively, please email with any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01227 720 543.Tell me more
Course starts – TBC
Church Hall & Cafe, Holy Trinity Chruch, Dartford DA1 1DE
Fee: £70 for the 5 session course including notes, audio downloads and ‘daily prompt’ e-mails. [£20 for 16-18yr olds]
See www.soshall.net for more details, plus what Mindfulness is, how it benefits you, what’s involved in the course and background about the trainer.
Contact: Dr Nick Buckley email: email@example.com Call/Text: 07958 516967Tell me more
Run by Anna Kane, Chartered Occupational Psychologist and qualified Mindfulness teacher.
For individuals working in HR, management, consultancy, sustainability, counselling, healthcare, law, accountancy and more.
Are you looking to be more present in your work? Like many professionals, it may seem difficult to fit everything in whilst feeling that you are adding value at work, and spending quality time outside of the workplace.
Our courses help professionals to develop their own practices as a foundation for a more resilient lifestyle, and to lead their work and life more skillfully.
Presence – enhance the power of focus and concentration.
Compassion – for self as a professional, and for the client.
Growth – seeing difficulties as opportunities to learn and grow.
Creativity – gearing up your approach to be more actively creative.
Emotions – better regulation of emotions.
Listening – really tuning into the words and the emotions behind them.
Decisions – develop mental agility and handle more complexity.Tell me more
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