Date(s) - 27/01/2018
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Stressful things happen and often we can’t do very much about them.
Mindfulness helps us discover that we don’t have to live with all the unhelpful thoughts and feelings that our minds tend to throw up in reaction to stressful experiences. Mindfulness practice doesn’t get rid of problems – while we’re alive we’ll always have problems – it helps us change our relationship with them.
We will explore what mindfulness practice is and how it can help you better deal with stress and anxiety on a day to day basis.
We will be doing exercises in pairs and as a group so that you can experience for yourself what mindfulness is and learning how to begin to bring mindful practice into your life in an easy, enjoyable and manageable way.
The workshop is suitable for anyone experiencing stress and anxiety associated with work, relationships, loss and other factors which are often outside of our control. It is for anyone who is new to mindfulness and who would like to start again.
Karen Leibenguth has had her own practice for ten years and has been offering mindfulness courses since 2014. She trained with Breathworks-Mindfulness UK, one of the UK’s leading mindfulness training organisations. Karen follows the Good Practice Guidelines set out by the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training Organisations.
In 2017 Karen was chosen to offer her mindfulness course as part of Kew Garden’s education and short course programme.
For further information about this upcoming workshop contact: firstname.lastname@example.org