WHILE short bursts of pressure can help us rise to meet a challenge, long-term stress
WHILE short bursts of pressure can help us rise to meet a challenge, long-term stress can have a major impact on our physical and mental health.
Mindfulness aims to provide us with a toolkit to deal with stress in a natural and gentle way.
As a nation we’re under greater stress than ever, and with symptoms including anger, anxiety, difficulty sleeping, loss of appetite, breathlessness and chest pains, it’s something that needs to be addressed.
Naomi Jadwat, a Bangor University-trained mindfulness teacher and the founder of Forever Mindful, has been teaching mindfulness courses in Henley for the past two years.
The next course will start in September and run every Monday from 1pm to 3pm for six weeks. Places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.
During the six-week Introduction to Mindfulness course you will be guided in the three formal meditation practices and will be given CDs (or a USB memory stick) and workbooks to help you. Meditating in a group is a supportive and safe way to begin the mindfulness experience.
If you are interested in mindfulness or attending the next group please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 07979 600515.
For more information, visit www.forevermindful.co.uk