The Staying Mindful Practice Group sessions take place in our beautiful candle lit studio where students can connect with fellow minds and unwind at the end of their working week.
Beginning the session with a short grounding practice, students will then be guided through a discussion where they can share thoughts on Mindfulness themed topics. The teacher will then introduce the theme for the session and guide students through a gentle practice including movement, seated and reclining postures.
The activities in this session, combined with monthly themes including gratitude, self-compassion, forgiveness, the power of nature, self-awareness and taking in the good, all support the development of your ongoing Mindfulness practice.
You’ll leave this monthly session refreshed and recharged for the weekend!
Date and time
Class Passes or £12 drop-in
Book online or call 01908 566610. Spaces on this class are limited and so will need to be pre-booked and pre-paid. Bookings are all on a first come first served basis and confirmed on payment. Please make sure you have read and understood our Cancellation Policy before you book.
This class is intended for people who already have a mindfulness practice. If you’re new to mindfulness we recommend that you start by attending an 8-Week Mindfulness Life Skills Course or one of our introductory sessions. Please see our Course Calendar for more information.
About the teacher
Chris Jones is an experienced trainer and consultant in the areas of Mental Health and Wellbeing. She has had a personal mindfulness meditation practice for the last 10 years and trained as a Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction teacher with Bangor University.
She follows the good practice guidelines laid down by the UK Mindfulness Network, which includes ongoing supervision and training at Oxford Mindfulness Centre and attending regular teaching retreats and also silent retreats. She leads a variety of workshops and courses nationally and is committed to sharing these life changing practices with a wide range of participants.