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One Year Mindfulness Training 2017
This One Year Mindfulness Training Programme will be held over 4 weekends of a year, with home practices to complete between sessions. During the modules, you will be guided through techniques to help you to remain in the present moment, thus reducing feelings of anxiety, stress and depression. There will be opportunities to give feedback about your experiences. You will receive a manual to accompany each weekend module.
This provides a solid foundation in Mindfulness Practice and a certificate of completion is awarded for attendance for all four weekends. You will book all weekends of this course at the same time and the money for the course will be collected via your payment card in four monthly instalments.
By joining this training it is expected that you will complete all four weekends of training in the location of your choice to minimise disruption to the group going through the training. If you cannot attend all four weekends it may be possible in certain circumstances for one of the weekends to be attended at a different time or location for an administration fee of £25 per weekend (if this applies to you then please contact email@example.com ). It is also expected that you will attend the whole of each weekend, although exceptions may be made due to extenuating circumstances by contacting your course tutor.
Places are booked directly with The Mindfulness Association: http://www.mindfulnessassociation.org/Courses.aspx
Dates: 21st & 22nd Jan 2017
22nd & 23rd Apr 2017
15th & 16th Jul 2017
28th & 29th Oct 2017
Time: 10am - 5pm each day
Venue: Samye Foundation Wales 250 Cowbridge Road East, Canton, Cardiff CF5 1GZ
Cost: £117 per weekend module
Please bring a small vegetarian lunch to share
Very well structured. Excellent teachers. Great delivery style, lots of good examples and very approachable. Anthony & Lorraine are such wonderful practitioners it is easy to receive the training."
"I have a much clearer understanding of the process of meditation and am beginning to be able to link this to mindfulness"
"This weekend was framed, I thought, in such a way that made it accessible to everyone – this felt inclusive and therefore cohesive for group process, allowing for difference."