mindfulness

8 week mindfulness based living course – train your brain

The next course starts on March 30th 7-9pm for 8 weeks. There will be a free taster session on March 23rd 7-9pm for those who would like to to know more beforehand or are new to mindfulness and are curious about the process.

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**The February course below is now fully booked**

This brain training course begins on 24th February for 8 weeks (it’s an accredited course devised by the Mindfulness Association, called the Mindfulness Based Living Course, which I’m very proud to be teaching), the classes will be taking place between 7 and 9pm each Wednesday with 2 taster sessions (q & a and introduction to mindfulness) on Wednesday 10th February, 7 – 9pm.

Cost of the 8 week course £150. The price of future courses will go up to £200 once I am registered with BAMBA (British Association for Mindfulness Based Approaches), so grab a bargain now!

All sessions will take place online over Zoom

To book or for more info please email endlessriverflow@gmail.com

Benefits of Mindfulness Brain Training Practice

This past year, everything has been turned upside down and this made it hard to run outdoor events. I managed to fit one weekend course in last autumn, which was great, but I have decided that for this year I will focus all my energy on running online courses, starting with the 8 week mindfulness course I am now qualified to run.

I want to just share a few of the benefits regular mindfulness practice has brought me. Of course, everyone is different and just like nature connection, it will meet you where you need it in your life.

Awareness: Mindfulness has helped me become aware of my emotional blocks – where I have stopped myself through doubt and feeling stuck.

Patience and Self-acceptance: Mindfulness is a powerful tool for putting me in the frame of mind of growth – I see how I am, I accept this and I work from that base. I have learned to be kind to myself, especially when learning something new and to be aware of that critical voice inside, which I now meet with kindness and acceptance.

Acceptance of others: When I’m being mindful I see that everyone is just trying their best and doing what they feel is right and this is a powerful base to begin from. It’s a way to tackle damaging judgemental behaviour and takes me away from thinking I know something to being more inquisitive.

Letting go of Conditioning and being open to change: Through engaging in mindfulness practices I have become very aware of patterns of conditioning which can get in the way of what I consider to be progress in my life (finishing projects, not getting in a mood, procrastination) and I have been able to move through these with awareness, not pushing myself or pushing things away. This, in turns bring focus and presence into my every day.

I’m sharing these points partly because it’s good to acknowledge myself for what I’ve done but also, I wonder if you too could benefit.

Mindfulness can be a very useful tool for where we find ourselves right now. Global pandemic, extra stress in our lives, which can be difficult to cope with. Mindfulness can train the brain to be ok with what’s happening.

So I am inviting you to join me
The next course starts on March 30th 7-9pm for 8 weeks. There will be a free taster session on March 23rd 7-9pm for those who would like to to know more beforehand or are new to mindfulness and are curious about the process

Cost of the 8 week course £150

All sessions will take place online over Zoom

To book please email endlessriverflow@gmail.com