For many of us life has become an endless, exhausting to-do list.
Juggling work (often with an energy draining commute), family commitments, fitting in exercise, trying to have a social life or at least half an hour of Netflix before bed and then getting a decent amount of sleep…..
Only to wake up again the next day to do it all over again.
Tony Crabbe, business psychologist and author of Busy says, “People are running their lives at breakneck speed and don’t have the energy or perspective to step back and see if there’s a different way of doing things.”
Mindfulness for Busy People is designed to give you the space you need to review and rebalance life.
It is YOUR opportunity to step back and identify a different way of doing things. One that works for you.
Mindfulness as a ‘buzz word’ has increased in popularity over the past decade but put very simply it means to pay attention and focus on the here and now.
Over the course of six weeks we will explore and understand the principles of mindfulness and apply them in a very practical way to our daily life.
In this course you will learn:
Each session is a combination of short presentations, discussion, practical exercises and mindfulness practices.
Think of it as a weekly training session for your brain, to help get your mind in tip top shape to handle the stresses and strains of modern life.
Participants are encouraged to share their personal experiences with the group, although this is not essential.
The course provides a safe and supportive environment to explore your own experiences and develop your personal mindfulness practice.
Mindfulness for Busy People is for anybody who is feeling overwhelmed with daily life and wants to find a breathing space to help them review and make changes to their life.
No previous knowledge of mindfulness or meditation is required but you do need to be open and willing to learn and experience new things.
Please note this programme is NOT suitable for anybody looking to manage anxiety, depression or chronic pain using mindfulness techniques. In these situations Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy or Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction will be much more appropriate. Feel free to contact me (email@example.com) for recommendations of suitable programmes.
Sunday, 7.30pm – 9pm
(18th and 25th February, 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th March)
Bell Street Studios
75 Bell St,
Your investment for the six weeks of the course is £175. Early Bird saving of £25 if booked by 4th February 2018.
Nicola Semple has 10 years of experience as a Management Consultant working with large corporates and government departments, combined with 5 years experience working with small business in the online world.
She is a qualified Professional Mindfulness Practitioner and a graduate of Google's 'Search Inside Yourself: Leadership and Mindfulness' programme.
Nicola’s sound business knowledge combined with a background in leadership and personal development give her a unique perspective to help busy people live their life more mindfully and with purpose and intention.
She is the creator of Mindfulness for Busy People, author of 'Staying Home With the Kids: How to Stay Sane, Stay You and Enjoy Your Time With Your Little People' and also blogs about mindfulness, self awareness and focus on her own site NicolaSemple.com
If you are not sure whether Mindfulness For Busy People is the right course for you then feel free to drop Nicola an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we can arrange a time to talk.
Copyright 2018, Nicola Semple, Mindfulness For Busy People