One to one mindfulness
Learn mindfulness when it suits you
Interest in learning mindfulness is growing. It's no surprise; being mindful is known to improve our mental well-being, our ability to focus, our communication skills and thus relationships.
As mindful awareness is a particular way of paying attention, it needs to be learned. And just like any other skill, you learn and hone your skill through practice.
A way to both develop this attentional skill and benefit from it in daily life is to do a course. But not everyone can or wants to learn in a group setting.
Whatever the reason, I can help you learn mindfulness at a time and pace that's right for you.
Bring Mindfulness to Life
6 week course
In this one to one course, you will learn how mindfulness can be brought to all aspects of your life.
In just six sessions via online video conferencing platforms like Skype, Teams or Zoom, I will share with you all you need to begin to benefit from being mindful.
Each week will introduce you to a key concept of mindful awareness, psychology principles and neuroscience findings to help you to better understand the workings of the mind and how to bring mindfulness to life.
Each session includes meditation practice and discussion so you feel confident using your new skill.
The course programme is designed so that each session builds on previous ones so that by the end you understand what mindfulness is and how to use it in daily life.
This course is the first step to bringing mindfulness to life.
What will you achieve?
After just 6 sessions, you will...
Understand general mindfulness concepts
Have increased self-awareness
Know which mindfulness practices are most useful to you
Have new ways of managing stress, challenging situations and difficult feelings
Enjoy greater attentional control
Model a non-judging, open-minded approach
Have established or deepened a meditation practice
Have increased body awareness
Be more present with yourself, others and life in general
Ready to explore whether this is something you would like to learn with me?
TH!NC PRACTICE NOTES
Charting progress, logging reflections
as I sail my ship in and out of work
by Tracey Hewett