Holding on to old ways of being – Letting go or letting be

May 11, 2015 · · Words of encouragement · 2 Comments

by Robert Gebka Robert, the author of Managing Depression with Mindfulness for Dummies, a former Zen Buddhist monk is a mindfulness consultant & director of the Dorset Mindfulness Centre. He spent five years living and working at the Nan Hua Buddhist monastery where he facilitated mindfulness meditation and work-life balance workshops & retreats.     more »

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Beating stress with attitude and diet

June 24, 2014 · · Beating Stress with Attitude and Diet · 0 Comments

by Linda Kinsella Linda is a natural health practitioner with over 20 years experience in integrative healing. She specialises in shiatsu massage as well as nutrition for mind-body health. Her interest in food as therapy has also led her to qualify as a chef. We are continually being exposed to stress, not only in our more »

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Our difficulties are a blessing

March 25, 2014 · · Words of encouragement · 0 Comments

Mindfulness – from the monastery to the NHS by Robert Gebka, centre director. Robert is a former Zen Buddhist monk now working in the mental health field for the NHS where he also teaches mindfulness both to staff as well as patients. Robert’s journey into mindfulness started over 12 years ago. He undertook a five year more »

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Mindful parenting – reconnecting with our children

March 19, 2014 · · Mindful parenting · 0 Comments

Reconnecting with the hearts and minds of our children by Helena Edwards, B.Sc – Helena is an NHS Occupational Therapist and our centre’s Young Person’s Mindfulness Specialist. Besides from being a Yoga teacher, she is a parent herself and works with young people who are experiencing mental health difficulties. Mindful parenting. Being a parent is probably more »

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