Mindfulness Training for Wellbeing

2020 Dates | Contact Su Naseby to arrange Mindfulness Training at your office or organisation

What can Mindfulness do for me?

This Mindfulness training day is designed to help you learn new ways of handling difficult thoughts, feelings, moods and physical sensations. The core skill that you will learn is ‘mindfulness’ — a way of paying attention, on purpose and non-judgmentally, to what goes on in the present moment in your body, mind, and the world around you. Mindfulness is not the same as meditation but can lead to improved meditation practice.


Mindfulness can help you to see things differently. It can increase your sense of personal confidence and you are likely to gain a sense of having more options because you will realise you can choose to react differently to your life.


Mindfulness can help you manage stress, anxiety, depression, grief, anger and addiction.


With regular Mindfulness practice you will build up more strength and knowledge to face the different challenges and difficulties in your life. We will learn to bring awareness and a sense of inner peace that can bring lasting benefits such as more energy and enthusiasm, a greater capacity for relaxation, more self-confidence and an increased ability to handle difficult situations, and to be more present in your daily life.


What happens in a Mindfulness workshop?
We will learn about and practice different kinds of Mindfulness practice designed to deepen your awareness through assisting you to tune into your actual experience of the moment – becoming more responsive and less reactive. The style of training is largely experiential: you’ll develop mindfulness skills and learn how to put them into practice in your daily life.

At the end of this training day participants will have:


• A greater experiential understanding of Mindfulness and how to apply it in every day life.
• Experienced the therapeutic value of having Mindfulness as part of your life skills tool kit.
• An enhanced relationship to all areas of life, particularly aspects of struggle.
• New skills for managing relationships through increased compassion and gratitude.
• A practical, pragmatic and realistic way of being, reducing stress and improving wellbeing.