Mindfulness-for-Life Course

10 Ways This Mindfulness-for-Life Course Can Transform Your Life

On your life-enhancing eight week course you begin to feel more connected, open, and more deeply alive. You begin to experience a deeper sense of joy, contentment and resilience.

You learn how to open to life rather than struggle against it, respond to challenges rather than react, show compassion towards yourself rather than judge. Be kinder to yourself.

“I am a qualified Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy teacher and this fabulous eight-week mindfulness course is a life-enhancing practice for the general public. It is a class rather than a therapy and it transformed my life so I can’t wait to teach it to you! – Susie xoxo”

Why are you seeking mindfulness?

Being in a group has been amazing – it has given me a toolbox of skills that I can use for stressful and difficult situations.’

Most people contact me because they would love a calmer peaceful life that has more appreciative awareness, more clarity, less stress and more joy, but don’t see how they can achieve it. Is that you too? After all, you are already juggling your time to fit everything in! But it is possible to achieve it and I can show you how.

You want a new way of living. A calmer peaceful life that has more appreciative awareness, more clarity, less stress and more joy. You didn’t think it was possible, but it is and I can help you find it.    

‘I feel like I have more space and time in my life and I don’t judge myself the way I used to.’

When I tell you that the course involves a mindful practice for six days a week you might wonder if I hadn’t heard you say you were busy! Don’t worry, I did listen. In fact I had those exact thoughts when I started the course!! But just learning and talking about mindfulness doesn’t help unfortunately – we need to do the practices to experience the benefits. And it will be so worth it.

After a few weeks of doing the practices you are able to make choices about where you want your attention to go. You begin to reclaim your life. A life that seems to have more space, more time and more freedom.

You can see situations more clearly and also find that you no longer react with old habitual responses.

What are the benefits of being in a mindfulness group?

‘The course has been amazing. It has helped me to be more present in my everyday life. I am more focused, less distracted and my mind feels less ‘scattered’.’

You have me to support and guide you so you don’t have to figure out how to make those changes on your own and you commit to the course by doing the guided home practices each week. Teamwork. You also gain from listening and interacting with others in the group in this safe and confidential space. Sharing as much or as little as you want to.

As this course progresses you begin to experience life differently. A new way of being that you haven’t known. Until now.

*** The next available Mindfulness MBCT for Life Course starts on Monday 11 March, 10 am – 12 noon and is for women only. If you would like to find out more click here and find my contact details! ***

What have others said, halfway through the course?:

‘I’m finding the space to be aware, and take care of myself.’  

‘I’m putting myself higher up my priority list.’  

‘Susie cares for everyone, we all feel safe to express ourselves without fear that we might be wrong.’  

‘I like how practicing mindfulness gives me some ‘me’ time.’  

‘I find the exercises help me to deal with difficult and stressful situations.’   

‘I am more effective when I make space for practice.’   

‘I don’t get annoyed with people like I used to.’  

‘I hope you get to share this wonderful life-changing course it has totally transformed my life.’  

‘I’m kinder to myself.’ 

What have others said at the end of the eight week Mindfulness MBCT for Life course?:

This truly is ‘Mindfulness for Life’ and I’ve benefited a lot from the techniques and practices of the course which have helped me to be calmer in difficult situations and have more awareness about how I relate to others. Thank you Susie.” – Sarah

“Susie is an amazing person and a very knowledgeable and skillful mindfulness teacher. She is very caring and supportive of her students ensuring that they all feel safe to explore their individual experiences without fear of getting it wrong. Thank you 💜” – Annette

 

What does the Mindfulness Course look like?

The course lasts for eight weeks. Two hours of group classes per week plus journal, information folder, free guided meditation tracks and home practice.

My classes are for small groups of women and are held in a warm, friendly and welcoming venue. A safe space where you are able to express your thoughts confidentially without fear of judgment. Connecting with your inner wisdom, your calm and your joy. Mindfulness for Life ☺️🙏🏻❤️

*** The next available Mindfulness MBCT for Life Course starts on Monday 11 March, 10 am – 12 noon and is for women only. If you would like to find out more click here and find my contact details! ***

Are you waiting for a better time? What can be better than now.

Further Information

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My Qualifications

You can read all about me, and my qualifications to teach this wonderful course on my ‘About Susie’ page.

MBCT Research

Research shows that practicing mindfulness has many benefits. We have strong evidence that mindfulness-based programmes reduce anxiety, depression and stress and help people cope with illness and pain (Khoury et al., 2013).

Some studies show that the practice of mindfulness increases positive moods and cultivates compassion for self and others (Khoury, Sharma, Rush, & Fournier, 2015; Shapiro et al, 2018).

MBCT may also improve some forms of attention and memory (Lazar et al, 2005) and there is evidence that practicing mindfulness has measurable effects on the brain (Tang, Holzel, & Posner, 2015).

MBCT and depression: Efficacy of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy in Prevention of Depressive Relapse: An Individual Patient Data Meta-analysis From Randomized Trials, 2016, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27119968

Mindfulness-based meditation and ADHD: Does mindfulness meditation improve attention in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder?, 2015, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26740931

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