The attitude of Mindfulness is to let go of the stories we have about our past and our future and engage with our present-moment experience, with curiosity and non-judgment. We learn to accept the reality of each moment along with the certainty that the present, whether it be pleasant or not, is transient. It will pass.
Join us in this course if you are a beginner or a past meditator and you would like to find some balance in your hectic life.
A variety of tools to manage daily stress and strong emotions
Skills for independent meditation
Increased self-awareness and psychological flexibility
Greater compassion for self and others
Improved positivity and optimism
In this level 2 course you will gain a deeper understanding of the mind-body connection through the incorporation of mindful movements into your regular meditation routine. You will also learn more about the science of happiness and well-being.
Longer, deeper meditations
A better understanding of the science and practice of mindfulness
Improved health and well-being using advanced meditation techniques
Stress can also upset the digestive tract causing problems ranging from indigestion to Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Many believe that the high rates of food intolerances today may be due, at least in part, to our stressful lives. It’s no wonder that we may develop an unhealthy attitude towards food, seeing it either as a chore to fit in or a relief to fill our emotional voids.
Reconnect with your body, listening to it’s needs with trust
Understand the science behind the connection between stress and food
Rediscover the normal sensations of hunger and satiety with mindful acceptance
Remove the judgement and labels attached to particular foods
re-establish healthy eating behaviours