Mindfulness Courses in Cheshire
Mindfulness course for health and wellbeing in Cheshire
The next 8-week Mindfulness for health and wellbeing course starts on Saturday 5 May 2018 from 2.00-4.00pm in the Whitegate Recreation Room, Dalefords Lane, Whitegate, Cheshire.
Whitegate Recreation Room is just a short drive from Cuddington, Sandiway, Kinsgmead, Davenham, Northwich, Tarporley, Kelsall, Tarvin, Weaverham, Delamere, Norley, Crowton, Acton Bridge, Middlewich and Knutsford,
For more information and to reserve your place please get in touch:
M: 07795 243346 T: 01606 556206 E:firstname.lastname@example.org
Mindfulness Course in Weaverham
This 8-week mindfulness course is based on the Breathworks Mindfulness for Health and Mindfulness for Stress Courses. It is a comprehensive course of 2 hours per week and a half day of mindfulness practice. This course includes mindfulness teaching about core themes and the principles of mindfulness, as well as mindfulness practice, reflection and sharing experiences.
A key part of this course is undertaking daily meditation practice at home to help you to bring the benefits of mindfulness into your life. A CD of guided mindfulness practices and also weekly information sheets are provided.
Mindfulness is something that everyone can practice and benefit from at any time. It can help us to change our perspective on difficulties and enable us to notice when we need to stop or slow and down, so that we can look after ourselves better, before our health starts to suffer, restoring health, vitality, ease, calm and balance in our life.
There is considerable research evidence to show that regular mindfulness practice can help to manage stress and everyday busyness, restore energy and vitality; improve brain function; rebalance emotions; strengthen the immune system; develop personal resilience and enhance relationships.
Mindfulness can help you to:
- Manage everyday stress
- Make time for yourself
- Manage personal challenges
- Regulate emotional reactivity
- Enable you to feel more in control of the choices you make
- Develop better relationships with others
- Appreciate life's simple pleasures
- Manage negative thought patterns
- Restore a sense of calm and ease
- Sleep better
What is mindfulness?
Mindfulness involves actively paying attention to our experiences, with a sense of self-care and self-nurture, letting go of any tendency to be judgmental, self-critical or analytical.
What is involved?
We learn to tune into life moment by moment through guided mindfulness practice when lying, sitting and in gentle movement. All activities can be done in a chair if you prefer. Mindfulness practice encourages us to become more aware of our thoughts, emotions, feelings and bodily sensations.
We learn to bring mindfulness into our daily lives during simple activites such as eating, when we actively become aware of the textures and flavours of the food or when walking, by tuning into the world around us rather than being lost in our thoughts or feelings. When we slow down, pause and become aware of our sensory experiences for a moment, this switches off stress reactivity and restores natural health and wellbeing.
What do I need?
Please wear warm, comfortable clothing and bring a blanket and pillow.
Please Note: These courses and classes are not suitable for people currently experiencing acute depression, acute anxiety, acute mental health conditions or physical or emotional trauma.
M: 07795 243346 T: 01606 556206
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A new mindfulness practice course for mind-body awareness and relaxation starts on Wednesday 27 Sept from 7.15-8.15pm in Weaverham at the Lighthouse.
£80 for 8-weeks (paid in advance)
£10 per week (£40 minimum charge paid in advance)
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