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Mindfulness for the Busy Person with Collette Cousins - £20

This Mindfulness workshop is for anyone that needs to gain better control over their busy life.

During this interactive session, you will gain practical skills that can help you to benefit in your day-to-day life. You will learn how mindfulness can help you to gain clarity, boundaries and to manage stress. The type of questions we will be asking ourselves on the day are; How does stress show up for you? How do you set boundaries? How do you switch off from 24/7?

We will explore;

Autopilot vs. awareness, Primary & Secondary experiences, Two modes of mind; Negativity bias, Mindfulness of daily living; How self compassion can help with resilience; How to start a mindfulness practice that is relevant to you;

Research shows that mindfulness can help with stress, anxiety, medical conditions and general well being giving us the space needed to become more resilient, compassionate and creative allowing us to respond rather than react to the stressors of our over busy 24/7 lives.

We would love you to join us for this session at Wattle & Daub.

During the workshop, there will be two short meditations. Plus, there will be time for questions. Prices includes refreshments and cake.

About Collette

Collette is an experienced mindfulness coach who has been meditating for many years. She is an accredited Breathworks Mindfulness teacher and Creative Arts Therapist. She has a regular personal mindfulness practice and practices mindful movement in the form of yoga and Tai Chi.

In our over busy 24/7 lives, Collette aims to bring awareness to the benefits of slow living and self compassion, enabling us all to find the breathing space which will help us to lead more contended and fulfilled lives.

She regularly runs workshops, courses and retreats in the Surrey Hills.

For more information, please visit https://www.mindspaceworks.com

To book you can email: collette@mindspaceworks.com

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