Mindfulness is a way of paying attention to the present moment, using techniques like meditation, and breathing. This practice helps us become more aware of our thoughts and feelings so that instead of being overwhelmed by them, we’re better able to manage them.
Practising mindfulness can give people an insight into their emotions, boost their attention and concentration and improve relationships with family friends and work colleagues.
It’s proven to help people with stress, anxiety, lack of confidence and depression, can even have a helpful results on physical issues such as chronic pain and heart disease.
Mindfulness is a way of paying attention – of being deeply attuned to yourself, your environment and those around you from moment to moment. It is a natural state of mind – focused, present and aware.
Mindfulness has been taught for over 30 years with great effect both in behavioural medicine and mental health settings beside which, businesses, schools, the US Army, prisons, and various government agencies have had success with this therapy.
Over the years a large number of research projects have found that it has been effective in so may different ways.
NICE (The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) in the UK recommends it as a front-line treatment for relapsing depression.
Venue: Widnes and Runcorn Cancer Support Group ( OPEN TO ALL)
Starts Tuesday 2nd June, 29th September and 24th November 6pm to 8pm
Promotional charge of £80 for an 8 week course. (Limited places available)
See poster below
If you would be interested, please contact Bob by email or by phone
Further courses to be arranged in Warrington and Runcorn in the new year.
Phone: 01925 860892
Mobile 07507 013283
Look forward to hearing from you
Mindfulness Matters Website
See what the press have said about Mindfulness.
See an interview on BBC Breakfast