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Introductory Mindfulness Course – starts next week in Dartford

June 16, 2014

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Introductory Mindfulness course, “Mindfulness is Now”.

Starting Tuesday 24th June 7:30pm at the What If gallery* Dartford.

A course of four 1hr sessions on consecutive Tuesday evenings led by Dr Nick Buckley. [24th June to 15th July inclusive].

Mindfulness is a collection of simple mind-stilling exercises which you can be taught, and attitudes which you can develop for use during every day.

The scientifically documented benefits include reduced stress, calmer handling of difficult situations, improved sleep, better concentration and, as a result of all these changes, better physical health.

This is a friendly relaxed starter course in an informal setting. But even four sessions, with 10 minutes practice a day in between, will change how you feel and behave… and it could be the start of something bigger.

Fee: £48 [inclusive of VAT] for the whole course, payable in advance or at the first session. This covers the sessions, a document pack, audio downloads and a daily e-mail prompt

Subsidised for the Dartford community – at less than half the price usually charged by Mindfulness at Work for a public course. Preference will be given to people from the local area. The company has also delivered many workplace courses to businesses who now use Mindfulness as part of their employee well-being and health programmes.

Only 10 places are available – book now by calling Nick on 07958 516967 or mailing nick@soshall.net

 

*What If Gallery
67 High St
Dartford
DA1 1DJ

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