A Level 1 Insight Introductory Course
introduction to mindfulness | part b
Mindfulness is a scientifically proven method of caring for one of our most valuable assets, our mind. It is a powerful tool for reducing stress, anxiety and depressive symptoms. On average, we spend 47% of our day lost in thought, thinking about the pressures of work, the stress of raising a healthy family, dreaming about things in the future, or ruminating about regrets of the past. Mindfulness enables us to be present to the moment.
If you have completed our entry level Introduction to Mindfulness – Part A and are looking to take your skills to the next level, this course is for you.
mindfulness practice will help you to:
- Manage stress
- Learn how to reshape your thoughts away from criticism and judgment
- Learn how to manage emotions and simply enjoy life more
- Be more present to others, produce more satisfying relationships and resolve conflict
- Improve heart rate variability and reduce heart disease risk
- Develop your ‘flow’
what you can expect
This course provides comprehensive teaching on mindfulness – informative videos, discussion, individual practice and feedback
- Course notes and reference reading
- An e-mail follow up program to reinforce learning
- Guided mindfulness exercises
- A one-week mindfulness program
One evening for 6 weeks, Next course TBA
One weeknight each week 7 – 9 pm
The Brick Barn, 83 Ivanhoe Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand
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$335 + GST
$290 + GST early bird closes 1 month before start date
My cousin Debbie went to one of these. Will I be required to talk about my personal experiences like she did in her class?
We work with our attendees to create a safe and supportive environment to faciliate anyone talking about their personal expriences if they want to. But no one will be required to share anything they are not comfortable with.
I’m wanting to attend this course as part of my professional development programme. Do you provide any proof of attendance or certificate of completion that I can provide to my employers?