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Learn and practice mindfulness! Regular mindfulness practice has been shown many times to be beneficial to most of those who practice, building resilience, enhancing well-being, reducing stress, and improving focus and clarity at work and at home. It has shown to help us become more aware the often illogical patterns our thinking mind is drawn into, providing approaches to take back the control we think we should have.

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Deepening and Sustaining Mindfulness Course

Renewal Centre

£360.00

One session every four weeks, about two hours a time, we’ll get together with others interested in furthering our understanding of being human to follow 12 deepening and sustaining mindfulness skills developing sessions. With a new topic each month, we get the opportunity to explore, discuss and practice mindful insight for the continued development of our wellbeing, resilience, and the simple joy for life, with these intentions: * Reinforce and deepen formal and informal mindfulness practice to support your ongoing experiential learning, developing our inner motivation for a sustainable mindful practice. * Deepen the learning of the 8-week course themes, with opportunities for broader and deeper learning. * Improve access to pleasant feelings to support wellbeing and flourishing. * Align with our values to support shifting more effectively between our pleasant and unpleasant experiences. * Learn to apply everything that is learned into our daily lives. The session will run face-to-face AND online. Get full details and booking (required) on the course page: https://www.mindfulnessberkshire.co.uk/courses/deepening-and-sustaining-mindfulness/

8-Week Mindfulness for Wellbeing course, evenings

The Renewal Centre

£230.00

Our next evening 8-week Mindfulness for Wellbeing course (http://www.mindfulnessberkshire.co.uk/courses/evening-mindfulness-course-in-wokingham/), run by Mark of Mindfulness Berkshire (http://www.mindfulnessberkshire.co.uk/) will be run face-to-face in Swallowfield, near Wokingham, and online. Regular mindfulness practise has been shown many times to be beneficial to most of those who practice, building resilience, enhancing well-being, reducing stress, and improving focus and clarity at work and at home. It has shown to help us become more aware of the often illogical patterns our thinking mind is drawn into, providing approaches to take back the control we think we should have. The course works for those new to mindfulness, or those wishing to enhance an irregular practice. "Thoroughly recommend, you won’t be the same (& far better) for attending Mark’s programme." -Emma Just want to know more about mindfulness? - drop me a note and lets talk, or consider coming along to one of our 'What is mindfulness (http://www.mindfulnessberkshire.co.uk/courses/free-introduction-to-mindfulness/)' meetups.

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