Mindfulness is paying deliberate attention to things as they are without judgement. Learning to be mindful changes how your brain functions leaving you feeling healthier, happier and calmer.
It has been life changing and completely surprised me at how changing the way I think about my lifestyle has improved my health. My headaches have improved hugely, I am less tired and just generally enjoy life more.”
15th May 2020
With the current Simply Mindfulness Online 8-Week Mindfulness for Life course over the half way point, we are already looking to autumn. With many people continuing to need to self-isolate and the likely ongoing need for social distancing, we will remain with online learning for the autumn courses. With only 10 spaces available in each course, there will be plenty of opportunity to interact with the course leader, Debbie Larson, or simply sit back and learn in the comfort of you own home. There is a Tuesday afternoon course from 1:00-2:30pm and an evening course from 8:00-9:30pm. Both courses begin on September 29th and cost £200. A course manual is included, to be posted to your home. All details can be found here: Online 8-Week Mindfulness for Life. Contact us (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) to book.
17th April 2020
Completing an 8-Week Mindfulness Course is the most effective way to gain a full understanding of what mindfulness is, develop a regular mindfulness practice and experience the benefits that mindfulness provides. Simply Mindfulness has moved its next course online, beginning 20th April 2020, so you can learn in the safety and comfort of your own home. It will be offered as a Live Zoom Webinar from 8:00pm to 9:15pm each Monday. The session will be recorded and available to watch for up to a week. It is taught by Debbie Larson, an experienced occupational therapist who teaches mindfulness in healthcare to people living with chronic pain. Debbie established Simply Mindfulness in 2016 to teach mindfulness to anyone who wanted to learn the skills needed to cope with difficulties and to prevent the health problems that can develop from living with chronic stress.
This first time online course is being offered at a special introductory price £40 per household, however it is available free to key workers or you can make a donation of any amount you can afford if you are affected financially during the COVID crisis.