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Online 8-Week Course in Mindfulness (MBSR/MBCT): Feb - March 2021

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Learn new ways of handling stress, pain and difficult feelings.

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Mindful Space Online Course in Mindfulness (MBSR/MBCT), Feb - March 2021

Learn new ways of handling stress, pain and difficult feelings. An experiential course in mindfulness, based on the work of Jon Kabat-Zinn and Mark Williams. Learn in a supportive group environment with an experienced meditator and trainer. We are offering a discount for NHS staff.

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Dates:                  8 Tuesday evening sessions: 2 February - 23 March 2021 plus Half Day Retreat, Sat 13 March

Times:                 7:00-9:00pm

Trainer: Simon Michaels

Fee:                      £155 early bird (by 10 Jan), £155 NHS frontline workers, £175 full fee

Learning Online The sessions will be via Zoom. There will be a maximum of 16 participants in the group. To participate you will need a PC, laptop or tablet with a webcam and microphone. Get in touch if you’d like to try out Zoom and your internet connection beforehand.

Simon Michaels has 30 years experience of meditation and mindfulness practice, and is ordained in the Buddhist lineage of Namgyal Rinpoche. He has been teaching both individuals and corporate groups for 8 years. Simon believes that the foundation for effective mindfulness practice is sound ethical values, kindness and positivity. He also recognises the need to find ways to practice that suit busy lifestyles, and how to integrate mindfulness practices into daily life.

What will I get out of the course?

•    Strategies to handle difficult feelings, stress, chronic pain and moods

•    Greater patience, compassion, resilience and focus

•    Deeper body awareness

•    Greater attunement to yourself, others and the world around you

What’s included in the course?

• All course materials

• Half-day retreat, with the opportunity to meet established mindfulness practitioners

• Once you have completed the course, free attendance of a Members’ evening (advanced mindfulness group session) and the opportunity to become a Member, joining an on-going programme of mindfulness training and support

What have previous students said?

“Excellent course in everyway – practical, informative, gentle, well-prepared and structured.” EK, counsellor, Swansea

“The tutor was patient and very receptive to the needs of those on the course.” MQ, Cardiff

“The course has helped me cope with physical pain and deal with the pressure of work.” RC, Cardiff

“It has made me enjoy every day and not want to wish ‘bad’ days away.” JK, researcher, Swansea

What will we cover? We will cover the core syllabus of the courses in MBSR, (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) and MBCT, (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy). This includes mindfulness of breathing and body scan meditations, breathwork and bodywork, input and discussion on the theory and principles of mindfulness. You’ll also have the opportunity to apply the teachings to your life and experience.

Who is the course for? The course is open to beginners and to people who have meditated before in other settings. The only course requirement is that you make a commitment to attend all the sessions and set up and maintain a daily meditation and mindfulness practice. (You will get lots of support to help you do so.)

How much home practice will I be asked to do? Mindfulness meditation is a skill that requires commitment and daily practice to develop. To get the full benefits from the course you will need to set aside a regular time to do home practice of up to 60 minutes per day. We will start with 15 minutes meditation and build up to a daily practice of 40-45 minutes. In addition you'll be encouraged to bring mindfulness to activities during your day; drinking tea, walking and having a shower. If you think that this is going to be difficult for you please discuss this with the trainer before you enrol.

Is there any course reading? We recommend that you read either Mindfulness: A Guide to Finding Peace in a Frantic World (Williams), Full Catastrophe Living (Kabat-Zinn) or Living Well with Pain and Illness (Burch).

What equipment do I need? You might choose to invest in a meditation cushion and mat to support your practice.

Learning Environment A central part of the learning on this course will take place between students, in the group. For this learning to take place it is essential that the group environment is comfortable, friendly and supportive. I see it as a key part of my role to facilitate this environment.


What is the refund policy? You can cancel your registration up until the first day of the course. There is a cancellation fee of 40%. Once the course has started it's not possible to cancel your place.

Is my registration transferable? It's not possible to transfer this registration to another course. You will need to cancel this booking and then re-book on the new course.

What do I do if I can’t get my IT or broadband to work? Please fully check your IT and broadband connection before registering on the course. Once the course starts it’s not possible to get a refund.


1. If you are unable to start the course due to Covid-19 you are free to transfer onto the next course which will start April 2021.

2. If, once the course has started, you are unable to continue due to Covid-19 you are welcome to re-enrol on another Mindful Space group course at any stage over the next 12 months. We will offer you a 50% discount off the course fee.



Mindfulness Training in Cardiff, South Wales and the UK

Vicki Worsley - 07706830313 - vicki@mindfulspace.co.uk

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