Introduction to Mindfulness
Who is this course for?
Regular Mindfulness practice is now proven to be highly effective at enabling people to manage and reduce stress and significantly improve overall wellbeing. It is being used by more and more people in their personal and professional lives all over the world. In the UK, Mindfulness now has a place in health, education and business.
In terms of mental health, Mindfulness is now proven to be as good, if not better than medication for relieving anxiety and depression and is recommended by NICE (National Institute of Clinical Excellence) as an evidence-based treatment for depression.
If you like to find out how Mindfulness can support you to take charge of stress, feel more peace & happiness and enhance your overall wellbeing, then this introductory workshop is for you!
This course is for anyone who would like to learn more about mindfulness how the techniques learnt can be used to reduce everyday stress and improve relaxation to feel calmer and in control of your responses in all aspects of your life.
You will need to wear loose comfortable clothing, or at least clothing that is not too restrictive.
Please bring a notebook and pen.
There are no extra costs.
Support and feedback
If you feel you require any support for your learning, please talk to your tutor or centre staff who will arrange for you to receive support or talk to a learning support tutor. Any information given will be treated confidentially.
Additional costs and requirements
Through your practice of the Mindfulness exercises taught and the impact on your life afterwards.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
About the tutor
Paul Beard (Dip. THY&R [Transformation Hatha Yoga], Dip P. Couns.Coach & OPRC Registered Teacher of Pure Meditation Foundation) is a qualified Yoga instructor, Mindfulness & Meditation Teacher and Coach.
Since 2001, Paul has been training and teaching individuals and groups in self-development, well-being and stress management practices, all with Mindfulness at their core.
He has also worked in the mental health field for most of his adult life.