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Mindfulness based stress reduction = MBSR

What is the MBSR?
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, is an 8-week practical, participant-centred approach to stress management and personal development, established at the University of Massachusetts in 1979. To date, it is the longest standing, most successful and well-researched stress reduction programme in the world.

Motivation to join the course...
Through mindfulness practise and discussion, you will discover the insights and tools that will help you to:

  • Navigate stress and reduce anxiety

  • Support emotional regulation and resilience

  • Improve your well-being – physical and mental

  • Find greater balance

  • Live with more ease and joy

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Who is this programme for?

The programme is suitable for people:
- From diverse backgrounds, ages, interests and levels of well-being.
- Who feel that the ‘’pace of life’’ is just out of control or they are ‘’just not feeling right’’ and want to bring joy back into their lives.
- Want to invest in their personal growth and development.
- Simply want to learn how to live more mindfully at work and in life.

What is included and how does it work?

2.5 hourly weekly sessions, over eight consecutive weeks
1 Half-day practical session
Daily practical application of tools and exercises to practice and deeply embed the skills, techniques and insights into your life and work.
A 30 min Pre-course meeting, to conduct an assessment and discuss the course in more detail.

MBSR SCHEDULE FOR 2019

Morning programme: Thursday mornings 10H00-12H00
16 May – 4 July (Silent day Sat 22 June)
12 Sept – 31 Oct (Silent day Sat 19 Oct)

Evening programme: Tuesday evenings 18h30 – 20h30
14 May - 02 July (Silent Day sat 22 June) or
10 Sept - 29 October (Silent Day Sat 19 Oct)

Teachers:

Nico Brink: psychologist and qualified mindfulness teacher
Karen Vipond: HR consultant and qualified mindfulness teacher

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MINDFULNESS RESULTS IN INCREASED UNDERSTANDING OF SELF, OTHERS AND THE WORLD.

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