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Introduction to Mindfulness – Half day workshop

Date & Time of Training: 
27 November, 2018 - 14:00 to 17:00
Zion Community Resource Centre

Research is showing that mindfulness meditation has a whole host of benefits for our minds and bodies. It can help calm the mind, improve sleep, and help us cope better with chronic pain and life’s challenges.

We all know what it’s like when stress sets in. Life seems harder, anxiety levels rise, and our sleep and social life starts to suffer.

This free half day workshop is a good opportunity to try mindfulness techniques in a safe and friendly environment and our accredited mindfulness teacher will answer any of your questions without having to commit to our full 8 week course.

What the workshop includes:
• Learn some of the key concepts behind mindfulness and understand how it can help people cope with stress, manage challenges and improve wellbeing
• Dispel a few myths
• Experience four different mindful activities
• Make plans to incorporate mindfulness techniques into daily life

Why sign up? Mindfulness isn’t just about helping us through life’s troughs and challenges. It’s also a really great tool to help us get the most out of the good times too. A regular mindfulness practice can help improve focus, increase our sense of wellbeing, and help us feel more connected to our friends and family. Our half day workshop is a great way to find out whether or not mindfulness might be for you and give you a taster of how a daily practice might enrich your life. 

Who should attend? This course is open to all.

Affordable lunch options are available from a community café before the course.What previous attendees have said:
“Thank you for making all of us take 10 minutes out of our day to just to still and relax it was fantastic.”

Manchester Mind
Please quote Manchester Community Central when booking
Further details / booking: 

To book please download the booking form, and email it to: training@manchestermind.org

For further information, visit: www.manchestermind.org/events/introduction-to-mindfulness/, or contact 0161 769 5732.

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