Mindfulness simply means paying attention to our experience in the present moment, on purpose and with an attitude of kindly acceptance. Mindfulness practice can help us to feel awake, aware, be present for more of our lives; to choose our actions more wisely; to let go of worries and habits which no longer work for us, and to boost our well-being and compassion for self and others. This course takes us through how we can use Mindfulness in our everyday lives.
This is a 6 week course led by Suzette Jones, Diocesan Health and Wellbeing Adviser. The course is open to all, regardless of faith. Donation only, and commitment to attend all 6 sessions.
To find out when this course is next running please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org