Introduction to Mindfulness
Date(s) - 21/04/2023 - 22/04/2023
Learn mindfulness tools and develop a meditation practice that will help you manage stress in all aspects of your life.
On this weekend you will learn six mindfulness tools and four meditation styles to help you find more balance in your life. You will learn:
- what mindfulness is
- how to use it in moments of stress and anxiety
- how to establish a daily practice to become more resilient and
- how to develop your concentration to stay on task and become more creative
The course is based on scientific research carried out by some of the world’s leading Universities, including Oxford and Harvard Medical School. It is taught in a relaxed, accessible style with opportunities to ask questions. Participants may book a private meeting with one of the leaders and follow-on support is available.
Helpful for those wishing to manage stress in their work and home life. If you would like to find a little more peace and calm for reflection and relaxing this retreat/course is for you.
Martin’s career was in one of the world’s most stressful environments. Working in financial services in the City of London and more recently running professional services businesses, he started practicing meditation and mindfulness to manage stress and to improve his work-life balance. Impressed by the effectiveness of these practices his vision is now to help busy people to use
meditation and mindfulness to manage stress. He takes a scientific approach reflecting contemporary research in neuroscience. Martin is a qualified meditation teacher, registered with the British School of Meditation, the only body offering an Ofqual regulated meditation qualification in the United Kingdom.
Suggested donation £95.00
Led by Martin Zetter