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Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for Wellbeing




Mindfulness has been used for thousands of years for promoting a general sense of wellbeing. It is now widely recognized as being a powerful tool that can help anyone enhance their appreciation of life, manage stress and other challenges, and improve performance in activities and tasks. It has even been shown to produce a wide range of positive changes to the brain.
Mindfulness particularly helps reduce ‘over thinking’ which can then increase our enjoyment of life and make us more effective in whatever we do. Many people have also reported finding mindfulness very helpful in both their personal relationships and work roles.
Although MBCT was originally taught in healthcare settings this is a ‘generalised’ version of MBCT course that is relevant for everyone wanting to live more fully and maintain a sense of balance and inner harmony though life’s ups and downs.

The course includes a substantial course handbook and a wide selection of guided mindfulness meditation tracks. For booking call 07948795645 or email via the contacts page on www.mindfulnessforwellbeing.co.uk.
If you are considering booking on this course I highly recommend, if possible, also booking on the ‘All Day’ of mindfulness practice (details on my website).

Nick is a fully certified and highly experienced mindfulness teacher. He has taught more than one hundred 8-week mindfulness courses. He has an MA in Teaching Mindfulness-Based Courses and is an Associate Teacher and Supervisor for the Mindfulness Network CIC.

PLEASE NOTE – No class on the 6th Mar


Pelham House @ 7:30pm
19:30 - 21:40
£175 (£125 conc.).

St Andrews Lane
Lewes BN7 1UW 01273 488 600 w: pelhamhouse.com



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