Welcome to Simply Mindfulness

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.

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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.”

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Mindfulness Events January 2020

1st January 2020

The new year brings new opportunities to learn mindfulness, a skill that improves your energy and mood.  If you’ve heard about mindfulness and would like to give it a try, come along to a friendly, free Mindful Hour at the Simply Mindfulness Studio in Postwick, Norwich.  Mindful Hours are coming up on:

9th January, 2:00pm – 3:00pm (1:45 for beginners)
9th January,  7:30pm – 8:30pm (7:15 for beginners)
13th February, 11:00am – 12:00pm (10:45 for beginners)
13th February, 7:00pm – 8:00pm (6:45 for beginners)

To fully experience the health benefits mindfulness can provide, the 8-Week Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy Course is the proven way  to achieve greater well-being.  The next 8-Week MBCT course begins on 23rd January from 1:00pm – 3:00pm at the Simply Mindfulness Studio in Postwick, Norwich and costs £220.  You will receive the Finding Peace in a Frantic World Book with cd, a course manual, access to on-line and app-based audio files and a certificate of completion.

The Mindful Hour and MBCT course are taught by Debbie Larson, occupational therapist and trained mindfulness teacher.  Please contact us if you would like to come along.  Space is limited to 12 people for both the Mindful Hour and the 8-Week MBCT Course.


Mindfulness and Hand Surgery

12th November 2019

I’m very proud to have contributed to this month’s International Federation of Societies for Surgery of the Hand (IFSSH) eZINE.  As an advocate for all surgeons and therapists to incorporate mental health awareness and support in conjunction with their usual treatment, it is an honour that this topic is being broadcast across the world.   It’s a bit heavy, but a shortened version is below! Read more »