8-Week Course for Stress, Anxiety & Improving Mental Health
Venue: Online via Zoom
Dates: Mondays from 10th May to 5th July
*one week break on May 31st for the bank holiday
Time: 7pm-9pm (UK time)
Duration: Eight weeks
Price: £110 for Partners (Usually £180)
Who is this course for?
This eight-week Breathworks course is open to all but is particularly helpful for those suffering from stress-related conditions and anxiety.
This eight-week course is for anyone wanting to better manage the stress of everyday life, whether related to work, family, health or relationships.
Participants report lasting benefits including:
Course content includes:
These sessions are run in a friendly group setting, guided by Breathworks accredited teacher Tammy who is registered with the British Association of Mindfulness-based practices. (BAMBA).
Breathworks is one of the world's leading mindfulness organisation, operating in 35 countries. Its founder Vidyamala Burch developed the Mindfulness Based Pain Management (MBPM) to help her cope with severe pain and health complications following two major spinal injuries. Breathworks courses have been backed with huge amounts of research, and have changed the lives of thousands of people.
Suitability and booking
The course is open to all and will take place in a small group online via Zoom.
Although mindfulness is an effective practice it may not be appropriate for everybody and the course cannot substitute for medical advice or treatment.
Once you have booked on to a course, final confirmation will be subject to completion of a short questionnaire about the course’s suitability. If it is decided that the course is not suitable at this stage a full refund will be offered.
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A testimonial from Rebecca about her experience on the Mindfulness for Stress course.
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"The Breathworks approach to pain management is the most comprehensive, in-depth, scientifically up-to-date and user-friendly approach to learning the how of living with chronic pain and reclaiming one's life that I know of.'"