To be mindful means to pay attention to whatever you are doing, thinking and feeling, both emotionally and physically. The intention is not to change anything but to recognise your experience and relate to it. This includes learning to let go of our need to have things a certain way and also encourages to greater compassion for ourselves.

How ‘Mindfulness’ works

In this workshop we will:

  • Share techniques to help you to recognise what you are experiencing and how to relate to it differently
  • Discuss being in ‘automatic pilot’ and how that can be unhelpful when we feel stressed, low in mood, overburdened or not in control
  • Look at practical ways to respond to unhelpful thoughts and how to directly relate to your experiences in the here and now
  • Give you the chance to try out different mindfulness practices, including breathing, body scan, sitting meditation and active listening

Why ‘Mindfulness’?

Mindfulness can enable you to recognise when things happen that trigger unhelpful feelings so you’re better prepared to deal with them.

Who is ‘Mindfulness’ for?

  • Everyone who wishes to improve their wellbeing.


  • Calming
  • Methods to manage stress

Group Size

5 - 200+





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