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What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness means to pay attention, non-judgementally and in the present moment and is a way of helping us work differently with challenges, as well as live life more fully.
 
It has benefits in all areas of life including in our relationships, at work and with our own wellbeing. With 10 years’ experience of delivering nationally evidenced mindfulness programmes, we can help you understand and experience these benefits! 
 
All our trainers have recognised Mindfulness teaching qualifications to deliver the diverse range of courses we offer.

For any further information about mindfulness courses for yourself or your workplace then please contact Rob or Ruth on mindfulness@norfolkandwaveneymind.org.uk

 

 

 

 

Home Retreat: Mindfulness Appreciation and Self-Kindness

 

 

Bring peace and stillness into your home with our upcoming Mindfulness retreat. These retreats can radically transform our experience of being at home, as well as helping us feel more “at home” in ourselves!

Join us for these mornings of practice, drawing on mindfulness, appreciation, and self-compassion traditions. These include elements of stillness and gentle movement (optional).
 
Retreats are ideally suited to those who have attended a mindfulness course previously, or have a solid grounding in mindfulness practice.

Dates: Sunday 5th December 2021, 10am - 1pm

Cost: £19 / £12 concessions / free for unwaged

Location: This course will take place online via Zoom


 

Mindfulness Taster Session (FREE)

 

 

In this one hour session we will explore what mindfulness is and how it can help us in our daily lives. Also pick up some handy techniques you can use straightaway to bring more calm and kindness to life, especially as things gear up again after lockdown.

We will explore:

  • What Mindfulness is and isn't
  • How developing self-kindness and presence helps us cultivate better wellbeing
  • Some simple practices you can use in everyday life

Date: Tuesday 11th January 2022, 7pm - 8pm

Cost: FREE

Location: This course will take place online via Zoom


 

 

Individual courses coming soon

  • Nuturing Parents: A family friendly, mindfulness course, designed by the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice at Bangor University, supports parents and carers to incorporate mindfulness and self-compassion into family life.
  • Mindfulness Taster Session: In this one hour session we will explore what mindfulness is and how it can help us in our daily lives.
  • Mindful Self-Compassion: Learn how to stop being so hard on yourself and motivate yourself with encouragement, rather than self-criticism.
  • Mindfulness for Wellbeing: This Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy course is NICE approved to prevent relapse into depression and is known to help many conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome, anxiety and stress.
  • Finding Peace in a Frantic World: This 8 - week course has been developed by Oxford Mindfulness Centre as a shortened adaptation of traditional Mindfulness-based programmes and for the first time, we have included a specific focus on its application in the workplace.
  • Home Retreat - Mindfulness and Self-Kindness: Bring peace and stillness into your home with our upcoming Mindfulness retreat. These retreats can radically transform our experience of being at home, as well as helping us feel more “at home” in ourselves!
  • Tuesday Morning Mindfulness: Suitable for anyone who has previously attended an 8-week mindfulness course or already has a good foundation in mindfulness practice.
  • Parents Practice Group: This is a space for parents and carers to practice together, with the shared understanding that home life interruptions from our children/cared for may happen and are welcomed.
  • One to One: For those who find going to a group is not possible, you might want to try our one to one sessions. We can also shorten the overall course duration, depending on the time you have available.
  • Mindfulness in Changing Times: Focuses specifically on how we can draw on mindfulness skills to help us adjust to a rapidly changing world, as we face ongoing pandemic, financial instability and the climate emergency.

Click here to register your interest

 

 
We can help your organisation build a mindful workplace for better performance, innovation and resilience. 

We offer support in developing mindfulness as a core competence, that can be woven through all levels of your organisation to create a culture of reduced stress, improved focus and creativity.

Research shows workplace course programmes are more effective at enabling individuals to sustain mindfulness skills and their benefits, than mindfulness apps alone.
 
For more information or to speak with the team, simply contact mindfulness@norfolkandwaveneymind.org.uk.

 

 

Workplace courses coming soon

  • Mindfulness Taster Session: In this one hour session we will explore what mindfulness is and how it can help us in our daily lives.
  • Mindfulness and Resilient Remote Working: Taster workshop drawing on mindfulness to improve our health and emotional wellbeing in home / isolated work settings.
  • Introduction to Mindfulness at Work: A deeper dive into mindfulness skills and their workplace application for better wellbeing, creativity and performance.
  • Mindful Communication: Bringing mindfulness into our daily interactions to build and repair relationships (drawing on Non-Violent Communication and Restorative Practice).
  • Mindfulness, Race and Inclusion: Mindful awareness illuminates our unconcious bias and cultivates empathy, enabling truly inclusive working. In partnership with Face Value Training, race awareness specialist.
  • Ongoing Practice Groups: Weekly, fortnightly or monthly to help maintain and deepen skills learnt. Or, we can help you initiate your own peer-led practice groups to truly embed a mindful workplace.
  • One to One: For those who find going to a group is not possible, you might want to try our one to one sessions. We can also shorten the overall course duration, depending on the time you have available.
  • Finding Peace in a Frantic World: Simple and effective tools for managing stress, low mood and other day to day workplace challenges differently.
  • Self-compassion for the Caring Professions: Explores the role of mindfulness approaches in preventing compassion-fatigue and burnout.

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28-31 Deneside
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk
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Tel: 0300 330 5488

 

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Norfolk
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Tel: 0300 330 5488
 

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