Introduction to Mindfulness – Sharpham Trust


Event Date:

26th January


Overview

This day-long course will give you an introduction to the practice of mindfulness to better manage stress and enhance your overall well-being with teacher Shahin Popple.

“I learnt that being mindful can have positive benefits on all aspects of life, including relationships with others. I am keen to learn more!”
– course participant

What will you learn?

– A safe and accessible introduction to this subject including some theory about mindfulness as well as some practical exercises including meditation, gentle movement, awareness of sensations, emotions and thoughts

– Tips on incorporating mindfulness to your daily life, towards better health & well-being

– The opportunity to come to the beautiful and tranquil Sharpham Estate

Please bring a packed lunch and wear loose comfortable clothing. Teas, coffee and hot water are provided.

From 10 am – 4 pm


Location


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Introduction to Mindfulness – Sharpham Trust Sharpham House
Ashprington
Totnes
TQ9 7UT
Introduction to Mindfulness – Sharpham Trust bookings@sharphamtrust.org

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