Mindfulness Skills for Everyday Life Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction are programmes designed to alleviate the stress, anxiety and depression we often feel in the face of life’s difficulties, that have been widely approved by the international medical community, including NICE in the UK. Rooted in ancient traditions of meditation, and incorporating elements of CBT, we teach simple ways to relate to thoughts and feelings more effectively. Research has consistently shown that mindfulness can help us to enjoy greater well-being. The courses invite you to use simple meditation techniques and gentle movement, to notice thoughts, emotions or sensations that arise and to learn to be more present to your experience. The courses have no religious content.
8 Week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course – Crewe
|Dates:||23 September – 18 November 2017 (Please note – no session 21 Oct)|
|Cost:||£200 – Includes a full course manual, a set of guided meditation downloads plus telephone and email support between sessions.|
|Venue:||Ministry of Yoga, 277 Walthall Street, Crewe CW2 6DA|
|Next course:||Winter 2017|
8 Week Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention course
Designed to develop mindful awareness in those of us who have found themselves trapped in habits and cycles of addictive behaviour. Many of us have an addiction of one sort or another; with mindfulness, we can learn how to take a pause, discover our triggers and destructive patterns of thought and behaviour, and choose healthier alternatives.
|Dates:||Autumn 2017, depending on interest|
|Cost:||Please enquire for details of this course. Includes a full course manual, a set of guided meditation downloads plus telephone and email support between sessions.|
|Venue:||Ministry of Yoga|
|Next course:||TBC, depending on interest|
|Dates:||Please contact us if you are interested in finding out about mindfulness meditation|
|Next course:||Please contact us for more details|
Individual Mindfulness-Based Self-Discovery coaching sessions Incorporating elements of Hakomi, Focusing, Internal Family Systems and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), and with mindfulness at its core, Self-Discovery can offer a gentle way to study ourselves – our sometimes destructive habits and automatic reactions – by looking at the parts of us that have been put in place to protect us in the past, but are no longer serving us effectively. This is a healing method that can enable us to forgive ourselves and others for past hurts; to see past apparent blocks in relationships and life aspirations, and enable us to live more fully in the present.
|Dates:||Please contact us to arrange your individually-tailored sessions.|
|Venue:||Ministry of Yoga|
For further details on any of the courses listed here, please enquire via the ‘Booking & Contact’ page.