"Mindfulness is something we simply do; paying attention without judgement and with acceptance to where we are, how we are, what we are thinking, what we are feeling in the present moment"

Thompson.C. 2018

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WELCOME TO MALVERN MINDFULNESS

We offer, in the Malvern and surrounding areas, experiential and theoretical mindfulness skills training:-

  •  8 week Mindful Based Stress Reduction courses based on the teachings of Jon Kabat-Zinn. 
  •  8 week Mindful Self Compassion courses based on the teachings of Christopher Germer and Kristin Neff.
  • Eating with Conscious Awareness courses based on the work of Jan Chozen-Bays.
  • Weekends and workshops. 
  • Individual sessions.
  • Bespoke courses for businesses of any size incorporating other professionals as needed.

Here at Malvern Mindfulness we teach from a secular perspective incorporating neuroscience, cognitive science findings and Buddhist Contemplative Practice.

In our busy "doing" environment we can lose touch with our everyday experience, moving into "being" mode brings a much richer and rewarding way of existence. Mindfulness helps us to use all of our senses to become aware, more often.

"Mindfulness is an act of hospitality. A way of learning to treat ourselves with kindness and care that slowly begins to percolate into the deepest recesses of our being while gradually offering us the possibility of relating to others in the same manner. Working with whatever is present is enough. There is no need to condemn ourselves for not feeling loving or kind. Rather, the process simply asks us to entertain the possibility of offering hospitality to ourselves no matter what we are feeling or thinking." Santorelli.S (1999)

The Practice of Mindfulness has been recommended by The National Institute for Clinical Excellence in the treatment of recurrent depression (see page 37 of following link for further details):- read it here

and The Mental Health Foundation:- read it here

In our busy "doing" environment we can lose touch with our everyday experience, moving into "being" mode brings a much richer and rewarding way of existence. Mindfulness helps us to use all of our senses to become aware, more often.

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