Mindfulness Courses in London
6-Session Introduction to Mindfulness Course - Walthamstow
This mindfulness and resilience introduction course is an introduction to:
- what mindfulness is and what it is not
- some of the background, neuroscience and research on mindfulness
- some of the main mindfulness practices for you to explore both in the class and at home
- exercises looking at the relationship we often have towards stress and difficulty and
- ways of living more mindfully every day.
The course consists of five 75-minute classes, and a morning silent ‘retreat’ on the Saturday of the penultimate week in the course. Open to mindfulness beginners and mindfulness returners.
When and where: Next course dates TBC. Please register if you would like to be sent details of the next course.
Price: £99 (£75 concessions) includes pre-course information and (if required or requested) orientation phone call, guidance and teaching at each of the evening classes, written course materials, and audio materials to download for your home practice.
To find out more, please read these FAQs and terms
You can register your interest and you will be sent this information by email-places on the course are limited so early booking is advised.
Mindfulness Taster Sessions & Workshops - various locations in East London
If you are curious about mindfulness and would like to find out more without committing to a full course, then why not come along to a Calm City Mind taster session or morning workshop? These will introduce you to what mindfulness is, what it isn't, its potential benefits and next steps on finding out more. You will also have the opportunity to try some of the practices so that you can experience mindfulness first-hand.
60-Minute Taster Sessions
A one-hour taster session to give you a flavour of what mindfulness is, the opportunity to try out a practice, ask questions, and find out next steps.
When and where: Saturday 24 March 2018 10:00 - 11:00 am the Hornbeam Cafe, (first floor meeting room) 458 Hoe Street, Walthamstow, E17 9AH
*small booking fee added
Mindful Morning Workshops
These 3-hour morning workshops offer a fuller introduction to what mindfulness is, why we need it in today's fast-paced world, and how it can help our relationship towards stress and difficulty. The sessions are relaxed but informative, and allow you the space to discover mindfulness more fully, with an introduction to a number of the main mindfulness practices. Tea, coffee and cake also provided.
When and where:
- Saturday 19 May 2018, 10:00 - 13:15 - ticketlab link*
- Saturday 11 August 2018, 10:00 - 13:15 - ticketlab link*
at the Hornbeam's Learning Lodge in Pimp Hall Nature Reserve, Near Kings Road Recycling Centre, off Kings Road, London, E4 7HR.
Price: £28 (£18 concessions)
To book please read this information sheet, and then either register if you would like to book directly with Calm City Mind, or purchase your ticket via ticketlab (links above)*
* small booking fee added.
If none of the dates above suit you but you would like to receive information on any future courses being run by Calm City Mind , please register your details here and you will be added to the Calm City Mind mailing list so you receive updates on future courses.
Graduate Sessions - London
These sessions provide an opportunity for people who have either done an 8-week mindfulness course or who have a regular form of practice to come together, reconnect with and deepen practice, whilst being guided as a group. Usually tea and cake is involved too:). If you would like to find out more about graduate classes please sign up to the mailing list which is where details of any forthcoming classes are posted.
Mindfulness In The Workplace
Calm City Mind regularly runs workplace taster sessions which can range from 45 mins to 3 hours and introduce people to mindfulness with a particular focus on its use in the workplace, as well as longer courses in businesses to help employees use mindfulness as a tool for managing their well-being and resilience. The taster sessions are ideally suited to up to 15 people and can be run over a lunch break, early morning, or straight after work.