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MINDFULNESS FOR STRESS (8-wks in 4 parts)
Sat, 25 Feb 2017, 13:45 – Sat, 8 Apr 2017, 20:15 GMT
Stressed rundown and often ill? It doesn't have to be this way
Stress in small doses isn't a bad thing, but long-term stress can make you ill. This 8-week BREATHWORKS Mindfulness For Stress course will take place in four parts and give you a firm foundation in mindfulness practice and the tools to restore balance to your life, helping you:
- Choose how to feel and respond despite what life throws up
- Reduce stress and anxiety and improve sleep
- Make the most of each moment
- Improve relationships
- Be more productive and creative
- Cultivate self-compassion
- Improve memory, attention and decision-making
- Live well with pain/illness and support your immune system
Saturday 25th Feb 13:45–17:30 Sunday 12th March 13:15–16:45
Sunday 26th March 13:15–16:45 Saturday 9th April 13:45–20:15
£150 (standard price)
£120 (for those on incomes of less than £15,000 per annum)
£90 (for those in receipt of state benefits inc. PIP&WTC)
Materials, including the Little MindfulnesS Workbook, meditation log book and MP3 files priced separately at £12, which includes 25% discount on the RRP.
The course will take place in a warm, supportive environment and is perfect if you can travel to a location each week and carry out 20–30 minutes of personal meditation practice each day during the course.
It will be taught by Ben, a Breathworks-accredited mindfulness teacher at Hackney Mindfulness. For more information email: BEN@HACKNEYMINDFULNESS.COM or click on the link to book.
Breathworks programmes and products are a development of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) adapted to suit the needs of those with chronic pain, illness or stress and founded on practice-based research. Our research on the clinical benefits of mindfulness revealed that across all scales measured (mood, pain experience, quality of life, catastrophising, and confidence in activity despite pain), the Breathworks approach showed statistically and clinically significant improvement.