Mindfulness Wellbeing Seminar

This seminar has profoundly changed my experience of meditation and I would highly recommend these sessions for anyone wanting greater peace and calmness in their life. Julie, B – Administrator
 
 

Reset and rewire your brain for calm- Transform your life with mindfulness


Event: Free Mindfulness Wellbeing Seminar
Venue: Hallmark Hotel Eastcliff, Eeast Overcliff Drive, Bournemouth BH1 3AN
Date: Tuesday, 17 September. 6.30 – 9pm
Cost: Free event – sponsored by the Dorset Mindfulness Centre

Bournemouth mindfulness. Open to the public, everyone is welcome. In this month’s introductory seminar we will be exploring the neuroscience of happiness. Mindfulness can help you reduce that constant negative monkey mind chatter that often contributes to stress, anxiety and depression, The evening will help you enhance creativity, emotional intelligence as well as a sense of wellbeing and happiness. There will be lots of mindfulness practices, discussion as well as plenty of tips for daily living. The relaxed venue is close to sandy beaches and the evening promises not only the opportunity to unwind, but also to learn some simple, life-enhancing mindfulness techniques that you can apply in your daily life.
 
We teach mindfulness in a secular, practical, psychological, scientific and evidence based way. Mindfulness is an evidence based self-management technique approved by the NHS and endorsed by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Mindfulness Courses Bournemouth.

 

This evening is for you if you want to:

tickLet go of limiting beliefs and create happiness and success in your life.

tickLearn how to reduce stress, anxiety, depression and pain.

tickCreate more head space, free from chattering thoughts

tickFind more effective ways to manage physical health conditions and pain.

tickEnhance your sense of physical, emotional and mental wellbeing.

tickEnhance your creativity and emotional intelligence as well as self-compassion.

tickLearn how to respond rather than react.

tickLearn how to live in the present moment away from past negative habitual responses.

tickReduce self-judgement and enhance a sense of self appreciation and self compassion.

tickDiscover your true sense of purpose, meaning and happiness.
 
 
 

About your mindfulness trainers, Robert and Julia

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The courses are taught by either Robert and or Julia. Robert Gebka is a Qualified MBSR Teacher with the University of California San Diego Medical School, USA. He is former Buddhist monk who lived, worked and trained for five years at the Nan Hua Zen Buddhist monastery before joining the NHS. It is during this time that he was fortunate enough to meet HH the 14th Dalai Lama. He is an accredited psychological counsellor and has completed a two year project in Mindfulness Based Interventions in an NHS psychiatric hospital with a clinical population. He is also the author Managing Depression with Mindfulness for Dummies. Robert studied the neuroscience and physiology of mindfulness with Neuragy UK and is a registered member of the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training Organisations. He abides by their Good Practice Standards for teaching mindfulness-based courses. Read about Robert’s mindfulness journey and qualifications HERE.

Dr Julia Forster is a Certified Mindfulness Practitioner with a doctor’s degree in educational psychology. She started her career in mental health nursing during which time she became very interested in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as an empowering tool for those with anxiety, depression and eating disorders. Moving on to teach nurses and then into further education and teacher training, Julia’s interest in CBT extended to consider how such approaches could be adapted to support professionals in managing the emotional complexities of their roles. In 2013 Julia completed a Ph.D. at Southampton University investigating the impact of a CBT toolkit for supporting trainee teachers to more effectively manage challenging student behaviour. Julia has a deep passion for exploring how mindfulness can be used to support people in their efforts to enhance their sense of happiness and wellbeing.

Robert and Julia are members of:

NCS AccredUSA Cogntive AssociationMABNAFENS
 
 
Listen to Robert on soundcloud below.

 
 
 

Explore our 8-Week Mindfulness for Life MBSR course? Click below

Dorset Mindfulness Centre Sue

I completed the 8-Week MBSR mindfulness course in September 2015 and was left with the benefits of feeling healthier and happier. After only 3 weeks of attending the mindfulness course I achieved a lower blood pressure than I have had in a long time despite the perils that were going on in my personal life at the time. With the new insights I gained on the course I was able to look at things in a new light and gain the strength not to buckle under the pressure. In summary, I feel healthier and happier, have more energy but at the same time feel more connected with the environment and the people I share it with” – Sue Robathan, Registered nurse & exercise specialist.

 

How to book onto the free event?

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For more information please contact Anna below

Anna Dorset MindfulnessHello, my name is Anna and I am here to help you in whatever way I can. Whether you have a question about our mindfulness courses or simply want to know whether mindfulness could help you, I will be delighted to be of assistance.

Feel free to email me on info@dorset-mindfulness.co.uk or give me a call on

01202 021 063 for a no obligation telephone chat

 

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NHS-OSCARSWe are the winners of both the Runner Up CEO Award for Innovation at the 2013 NHS OSCARS for our contribution to NHS staff wellbeing and the finalists at the Association of Professional Coaches, Trainers and Consultants, 2015 awards ceremony in London.

 


Until you value yourself, you will not value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it.
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