Mindfulness meditation courses for everyone
If you are thinking of joining the 8 week course we strongly recommend that you attend one of our free Mindfulness introduction sessions to see whether a longer course is right for you. If you are not able to attend an introduction please phone us for a chat about what the course entails.
Although developing a mindfulness practice can be life-changing and bring many benefits, if you are in the middle of a challenging life situation we might recommend that you wait until things are a little more settled before beginning an 8 week course. This is to make sure that you are starting the course at a time when you will benefit from it positively, and have the time and energy available to give it the necessary commitment. Mindfulness is not psychotherapy and is not a substitute for mental health or medical care. If you have any queries please feel welcome to discuss them with us.
Mindfulness introduction sessions:
Coming in Autumn 2017.
COST: £10.00 (Refundable if you book onto one of our eight week courses).
Please phone or email for further information:
John: 07814 387090
Sarah: 07592 982019
Beckie: 07890 711704
Email via the contact page on this website or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next 8 week course starts:
Cost: TBA includes all course materials, guided meditation recordings, half day retreat and, if needed, telephone or email support between classes. Fees must be paid in full at least one week before the start of the course. We are keen that all our courses are available to as many people as possible and offer a 25% reduction for students and unemployed. (If you don't fall into that category but would struggle to pay the full amount or need to pay in instalments, contact us and we'll see what we can work out.)
Monthly mindfulness continuation class:
Next class September 2017, 7.30pm - 9pm, date tbc.
Church House, 3 Church St, Corsham, SN13 0BY
Donations to cover room hire.
A chance for those who have completed an 8 week mindfulness course with us or another teacher, or experienced meditators, to sustain and nourish their mindfulness practice.