#RETHINK: Four-week mindfulness series
A four-week series on mindfulness, delivered online, that will help individuals to improve their wellbeing, enhance focus and concentration, and provide the skills to manage stressful situations more effectively.
06 Nov 2020
10:00 am -11:00 am
Being mindful about how we approach situations improves our sense of wellbeing and is particularly important at a time when we are all facing new challenges to our wellbeing associated to COVID-19.
This four-week series of one-hour mindfulness sessions delivered online will help individuals to improve their wellbeing, enhance focus and concentration, and provide the skills to manage stressful situations more effectively.
Series learning outcomes
- What mindfulness means
- Why it’s important to practice mindfulness
- How to practice mindfulness
- Ways to incorporate mindfulness skills into your daily life
All sessions are delivered from 10:00 am to 11:00 am on the following dates:
6 November: An introduction to mindfulness training and its positive impact on mental health and wellbeing
13 November: Releasing tension; exploring how thoughts, feelings and moods affect our actions; and tips to help with focus and concentration
20 November: Mindful movement, effective communication, stress and dealing with unpleasant events – learning to respond rather than react
27 November: Learning to let things be and ways to stay mindful at work and at home
Anne is an International Mindfulness and Stress Reduction facilitator and the founder and CEO of “Anne Costello Mindfulness”. A leader in her field, Anne received her teacher training at the world-renowned Jon Kabat Zinn Centre for Mindfulness in Massachusetts. She works globally delivering programs in the workplace and in education. Anne has a BSc Hons in Nursing and lives in Belfast with her husband and four sons.
Please contact Shannon McGowan on 07467147277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information