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Courses

& Drop in Sessions

I'm currently working with Somerset Skills & Learning to provide 6 week mindfulness courses at both beginner and intermediate level. The courses are free for anyone with an income below £20,000 a year and just £5 per hour for others. If you'd like to sign up for any of my courses, click the links below to take you to the SS&L booking page for that course.

Frome course all take place at the SS&L centre on Palmer Street, Frome - next to Castellos Italian restaurant.

Mindfulness intermediate course (Frome)
Mondays 10:45am - 12:00pm
(6 weeks starting on 9th January)
https://www.sslcourses.co.uk/courses/course/mindfulness-intermediate/

Introduction to mindfulness (Frome)
Mondays 12:30pm - 1:45pm
(6 weeks starting on 9th January)
https://www.sslcourses.co.uk/courses/course/mindfulness-for-wellbeing/

Introduction to mindfulness evening course (Frome)
Thursdays 7:15pm - 8:30pm
6 weeks starting on 5th January
https://www.sslcourses.co.uk/courses/course/mindfulness-for-wellbeing-evening-class/


 

What happens during the sessions?

Each of the sessions last for one hour and a quarter. We will talk a little about the attitudes of mindfulness and reflect on how our minds, emotions, thoughts and body sensations all interact with one another. We will explore the benefits of being present and aware in the moment, comparing this to what happens when we’re living life on auto pilot. 

 

Each session will have 2 meditations within it. These are guided meditations during which we attempt to hold our attention on a chosen focus. In doing so, we find both moments of stillness, as well as really getting to see and understand how unruly our minds are, and the effect this has on our wellbeing. These meditations help to exercise our mental ability to stay present with ‘what is’, rather than rambling off into the future or reminiscing/regretting the past. 

 

There’s also encouragement and resources to help you to continue your practice during the week, both of meditation and other mindful exercises. 

 

The aim of mindfulness is to help us stay aware and non-judgemental in the present moment. To bring more awareness to our mental patterns and help us to let them go. And for us to be able to get the most out of our lives and relationships. 

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