Heart Training: A New Response to Challenge

Based on the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction programme

A ‘pay what you can’ eight session course in Mindfulness 

Every Monday and Thursday | 23 Nov – 17th Dec | 7-8.30pm

Breathing Space London closes this unprecedented year with Heart Training, a mindfulness and compassion course. Compassion for ourselves and others is one of the 6 ‘C’s that serve as principles in the care sector, and is at the forefront of the public health agenda. Clinical studies show that having a mindfulness and compassion practice can boost the immune system, reduce stress and even lengthen life span. Join us to learn skills for positive mental health as we head into a holiday season like no other.

As Breathing Space’s final pay-what-you-can course, it hopes to be a valuable gift for those who wish to learn tools and techniques to help manage your mental health and develop new responses to life’s challenges.

Sessions begin with a presentation on the session topic; followed by a short, guided meditation; small group discussion in breakout rooms (optional participation); a break with some gentle guided bodywork; large group question and answer with the teachers; and a deeper meditation to close. There are home practices offered after each session, guided meditations to keep, and a chance for a 1:1 wellbeing phone call with one of the Breathing Space team.

What People Say:

“Priyavajra is one of the best teachers I have come across – he is very knowledgeable, clear and has very helpful answers to all questions.”

“The information was delivered very clearly, with plenty of support. The structure was also well thought out and organised…. The presentation, everything was brilliant.”

“It’s been such an eye-opening experience, I’ve learnt so much about the mind and what it does.”

“It’s helped me with reducing stress levels and I have felt more grounded, hopeful and have coped much better.”

“The breakout groups are so welcome. You don’t feel alone, I felt so connected to others after and my experience felt shared by the group. Can’t recommend Breathing Space highly enough.”


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