Mindfulness for Wellbeing
Learn about Mindfulness and how it can help you manage different situations.
This course will help you to understand what mindfulness is, and how it can help you manage difficult feelings and situations, and gain greater enjoyment in everyday life.
This course is aimed at people that have less than a GCSE grade C equivalent qualification, have a
learning difficulty or disability or are claiming Universal Credits or Income Support. It is also suitable
for those whose health and wellbeing will benefit from attending.
Learning Goals: (by the end of the course you will be able to...)
* Have a greater awareness of your thoughts/feelings and how your mind and attention work.
* Develop an awareness of your thinking patterns.
* Apply new ways of managing difficult thoughts and feelings.
* Use mindfulness to help you feel calmer and more in control, and make helpful choices.
* Apply mindful techniques into your everyday life.
* Gain an appreciation how a mindful attitude can help bring greater awareness and richness to
About the Course:
Attendance is expected at each session to ensure that you get the most out of your learning experience and to minimise disruption for other learners. Please advise the venue/tutor of any absence you may have. You are welcome on the course whether you are new to the practice of mindfulness or have previous experience. You will be given a CD with some simple mindfulness practices, to enable you to practice in between sessions. You do not need to bring anything with you but you may like to bring a cushion or blanket for your comfort. This Course could lead to: Further mindfulness workshops and courses.
Every Friday 25 Jan-22 Feb 2019 14.00-16.00
- ContactChandler's Ford Library