Its one of those terms that is pretty ubiquitous right now, but what does it mean?

Mindfulness is a state of being, that allows us to be receptive to our experience in each moment. This state arises through regular practice of mindfulness meditation techniques, both formal sitting practice and mindfulness in action. Over time, mindfulness can become a habit, we find ourselves living a more conscious and aware life, without effort!

Mindfulness is so much more expansive than working with the mind.

It encompasses our emotions, our relationship to self, others and our place in the world. In my experience of mindfulness, self-compassion and non-judgment are the jewels of the practice. The ability to sit with open curiosity, with presence, whilst the mind does its thing, and still stay in a loving attitude towards yourself, is a beautiful benefit of mindfulness.

I really enjoy facilitating the Mindfulness courses. The discussion time is the best part for me, I love to hear people share their insights, challenges and questions and I always learn so much from each student’s input. The time for formal practice as a group is essential to deepen experience of the techniques and find out which one works best for you at which times. I find that the injection of information on neuroscience, non – violent communication techniques and current research deepens students understanding of how and why the practices work, and why we need them.

Online Classes

I am very pleased to be offering the Tuesday Mindfulness class online using Zoom. If you have never tried it before, I encourage you to connect and give the online class experience a go. It is surprising how connected we can feel even though there is a device (and some wires) between us.

Classes commence immediately, and you can pay here. Once you pay you will receive instructions for how to join the class online.

Choose from a 4-session Bundle or Single class

Get in Touch

If you have any questions, you can contact me.