Mindfulness skills training, Sunday 31st Jan (Rome)
Hello -- dropping in to post this news for anyone who's interested in learning mindfulness as a means of reducing stress/anxiety, or simply to cultivate being fully present with equanimity for whatever daily life brings.
The practice of mindfulness is a research-based method for negotiating challenges including anxiety and depression, workplace stress, relationship conflicts, personal losses, and life transitions.
Mindfulness develops compassionate awareness of mental and emotional patterns through techniques that focus and calm the mind, leading to greater equanimity and psychological flexibility.
In this experiential workshop, participants learn how to:
De-fuse unhelpful thoughts and feelings (worry, anxiety, resentment)
Respond to stressful events with calm alertness
Remain present rather than churning over the past or worrying about the future
Engage coherent breathing to improve physical and mental health
Quiet the inner critic and enhance self awareness
Practice mindfulness meditation
The next foundation workshop, held in Rome (near Piazza Euclide), is:
Sunday, 31st January Protected content
10. Protected content Cost: €45
For more information or to reserve a place, please see Protected content , or contact Pamela Powers at Protected content .
Pamela Powers, (BA psychology, Smith College, MA; THP: NSHAP, London; certified .B teacher, Mindfulness in Schools Project, UK; twenty-five years of personal practice in meditation and mindfulness disciplines), has been training individuals, schools, and organisations in mindfulness for the past twelve years. She works on a one-to-one basis with clients from many cultures, and leads courses on various applications of mindfulness drawing on research-based methods including mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MCBT).