Will Mindfulness help me?

Mindfulness can be practised by anyone and the practices taught on the 8 week course  have been shown to help people  with a range of problems including;

•    Stress and Anxiety
•    Chronic pain
•    CFS
•    Sleep disturbance and fatigue
•    Heart disease
•    Diabetes
•    Depression

People that have attended course report a wide range of benefits including:

  • A greater ability to notice and respond to habitual thought patterns.
  • A greater sense of well-being and zest for life.
  •  Improved levels of concentration.
  • Enhanced relationships with others and the world around them.
  • Increased levels of self -compassion and acceptance.
  • Less reactivity when faced with challenges.
  • A greater appreciation of life.

People attend courses for a variety of reasons , some for specific mental or physical health difficulties, others come because they want to get more out of life and maximise their  overall well-being.  Others come for professional reasons, as a first step towards helping others.

Ultimately mindfulness is about wellness, we all experience up’s and down in life and mindfulness will generally help you navigate these a little easier.

Mindfulness courses are being offered in a wide range of settings and have been developed for particular populations including

  • Parents
  • Sport Professionals
  • Health Care Professionals
  • Schools
  • Carers
  • Work Place
  • Prisons
  • Hospitals

Please note, the group itself will not qualify you to teach mindfulness, if you are interested in this please see Becoming a Mindfulness Teacher.