An Introduction to the skills and techniques of Mindfulness for the BUSY person.
Introducing mindfulness into busy lives to people such as teachers can be challenging particularly as regular home practice is essential to develop and explore the skills taught in the teaching sessions. With this in mind we have carefully designed Being Mindful 2 Teachers© so the benefits of mindfulness can also be open to those with little time to spare.
Teaching sessions are purposefully short but provide sufficient time to introduce and practise the relevant mindfulness skills. Meditations start with a few minutes to up to 10 minutes and then as the course progresses there are opportunities to practise longer meditations up to 20 mins. Each session is supported by written material that is succinct and easy to understand and pre-recorded meditations for home practise which are flexible and short.
6 Weeks – A 1-hour module each week
“I found that it made me reflect more on how I react to my feelings, andPrimary School Teacher
how I’m often not aware what is happening within my body / mind, and
how this influences how I feel. I’m aware that I need more practice on
being able to observe emotions rather than reacting to them, as I found
this practice difficult.”
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