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Mindfulness Training

Build Resilience, One breath at a time!

Life throws curveballs, but it doesn't have to knock you down.

'Mindfulness', the practice of being fully present in the moment, offers powerful tools to build your resilience and navigate life's obstacles with greater ease.

What is Mindfulness training?

Mindfulness training teaches you how  to pay attention  to your thoughts, feelings and surroundings and how to accept them without judgement.

Accepting your inner experiences in this manner, helps develop better strategies to manage stress and overcome challenges.

Start your journey towards a more resilient you today!

Unwind, Refocus, and Thrive: Discover the Power of MBSR

(Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction)

In today's fast-paced world, stress can easily take over.

MBSR is an 8-week experiential journey founded by

Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn, which is considered the gold standard for stress reduction. 

Rooted in ancient Buddhist mindfulness practices, the secular MBSR program offers a practical and accessible approach.This program equips you with practical tools and techniques to:

  • Manage daily challenges with greater ease: Learn how to navigate stressful situations with mindfulness and equanimity.

  • Enhance your overall well-being: Develop greater emotional regulation and resilience, leading to a calmer and more balanced life.

  • Improve focus and clarity: Cultivate the ability to stay present and focused in the moment, boosting your productivity and overall sense of peace.

Program Details: 

  • 8 x 2.5 hour in-person contact sessions:  Each session blends mindfulness education, interactive exercises, guided meditations, and gentle, mindful movements.

  • Recordings for home practice: Receive recordings of the meditations to deepen your practice at home.

  • Comprehensive handbook: Get a lifetime reference manual with all the program content.

  • Retreat day (5-6 hours): Participate in a culminating  retreat day as a way to solidify your mindfulness practice. 

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