Mindfulness Classes and Courses

There are a number of mindfulness classes and courses that I run, including an 8-week MBSR course and mindfulness retreats.

8 Week MBSR Courses

8 Week MBSR Courses

The 8-week online Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course is ideal for learning how to use mindfulness to help reduce stress and become more focussed.

Mindfulness Taster Sessions

Taster Sessions

Want to try mindfulness online before you do a course? One of my drop-in sessions is a great introduction to mindfulness and to experience working with me.

Mindfulness Retreats

Mindfulness Retreats

Give yourself a break from the busy day-to-day with an online mindfulness retreat – a whole day of meditations, nurturing and support in the comfort of your own home.

Mindfulness Booking Information

Booking Information

All the useful information and links in one place for finding out about course dates, taster session dates, downloading the application form or signing up with me.

Why Consider Mindfulness Courses?

The stresses and pressures of everyday life can sometimes get on top of us. In 21st century society, it is often rush, rush, rush with heavy demands on our time.

We live in a 24/7, ‘always-on’ culture and if we don’t take time out for ourselves, stress can take its toll on both our physical and mental health.

Since the Covid pandemic began in March 2020, some of these pressures are even worse. Many people are having to cope with working from home and juggling work with childcare, home-schooling or caring for elderly relatives.

Our lives have become remote, lived through a computer screen, and we feel disconnected from the things that usually help us unwind – friends, family, socialising.

Does this sound familiar to you? Are you struggling with stress or anxiety because of your day-to-day life or increasing reliance on remote working?

If so, learning mindfulness through an 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course could help you to cope better.

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is one of the many forms of meditation that are practised among different cultures worldwide. It is the practice of being present with your internal thoughts, physical sensations and emotions in a non-judgemental way.

“Mindfulness is awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally.”

Jon Kabat-Zinn

Practising mindfulness regularly can help you to become less stressed, happier and more focussed. It can also help you to respond better to life’s challenges, without constantly worrying about the future or dragging up the past.

MBSR is one of the most widely used mindfulness training programmes and studies show that it can produce positive effects on your psychological well-being, as well as improve symptoms of some stress-related disorders.

Interested in seeing whether mindful meditation is for you?

Listen to this 5-minute breathing space meditation:

Looking for help with Mindfulness at Work?

If you are struggling with stress or anxiety because of working from home or remotely from your team, check out my Mindfulness for Remote Working course. This is aimed at teams and individuals such as directors, managers, entrepreneurs, HR managers and freelancers.