“The present moment is filled with joy and happiness. If you are attentive, you will see it” (Thich Nhat Hanh)


 What is mindfulness? 

In our everyday life we can spend our time functioning on automatic (unconsciously) striving to achieve something in the future and harking back to a perception we hold of what the past was like. 

We can be so locked into past (memory) and future (fantasy) that we can overlook the present moment. 

Mindfulness is the opportunity of stepping out of ‘automatic’ and stepping into conscious awareness where we can attend to our ‘inner landscape’ of thoughts, feelings, sensations etc. without being caught up in them. 

Living more in the here and now provides the opportunity to experience the fullness of life.

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Mindfulness course on Health & Well-Being

This course is designed around 4 weekly sessions lasting 3.5 hours. This allows for practice and reflection between sessions. The course is suitable for beginners and experienced meditators, and includes the following topics and meditations:

Topics can include:                            Mindful meditations include:
- Physical pain and Emotional pain                        - Body Scan
- Inner and outer relationships                              - Counting the breath
- Reviewing core beliefs                                        - Following the breath
- Role Stress and Gratitude                                    - Unborn meditation


The new course is over 4 consecutive Saturday mornings starting 5th October 2019. It is an experiential course, which includes exercises on Mindfulness, Qigong, Inner Balance, The Inner Relationship, Heart and Hara Meditations.