Grounded Mindfulness Courses

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Scientific research has shown that mindfulness and meditation promote our health, relaxation and physical wellbeing.  It is an antidote to stress and anxiety.  Many doctors are recommending these approaches. People from all walks of life are using them and finding them helpful. Learn how to do this in a friendly and supportive group.

This five-week course teaches techniques and meditations that can easily put into daily life.  They help people tap into their natural healing, balancing and restorative capacities.

Areas covered in the course include:

  • being grounded and mindful every day – wiring our brains to be present and happy
  • demystifying meditation and finding ways to meditate that heal and restore us
  • using grounded mindfulness to release past events, manage intense feelings and promote what we want

Written notes are provided and TXT reminders given.

IMG_20150104_130900 Courses Details 2018.

Wednesdays 21 March – 18 April

Thursdays 31 May – 28 June

Wednesdays 25 July – 22 August

Thursdays 25 October – 22 November

The venue for the courses is 69 Raroa Rd, Kelburn, Wellington, 7.30 – 9.00 pm. The cost for each course is $150. Cost can be reduced for those in need. Let us know.

Please contact us if you require further information or want to make a booking.

 

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Grounded mindfulness is a simple, natural process that helps us feel connected to ourselves and the world.  Concentrating on grounded mindfulness is a wonderful way to stay in the “here and now” and to fully live what life has to offer us.  It maintains our physical, emotional, and mental balance and equilibrium.  When grounded mindfully  we can experience an alertness and ease.  Grounding is very helpful for resolving and releasing feelings and thoughts to do with the future, present, and past events. It helps maintain our equilibrium when faced with extreme pressures and events.

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