Come and join Mindful Maguire on our Christmas Mindfulness Workshop 

at Thought Foundation Clarity House, Durham Road, Birtley DH3 2TB

 

Sat 7 December 10am - 12pm

Christmas is wonderful time of year but can also be a stressful time!
This Introductory mindfulness session will provide practical tips to help you manage stresses and be fully in the moment to enjoy this joyous time of year.

During the session we will cover:

What mindfulness is/isn't.

Learn about auto-pilot - The mind loves to focus on the past or future yet we only have the present moment.

Experience an eating meditation.

Experience the body scan mindfulness meditation.

Learn how mindfulness can help during the festive period.

Learn how respond to pressure and stress in a helpful way.

An opportunity to ask questions about mindfulness.

Cost £15

 

Booking essential due to limited places.
 

Booking via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/christmas-mindfulness-workshop-tickets-80449317073

Due to popular demand Mindful Maguire is offering another Introduction to Mindfulness workshop at The Staiths Cafe.

Mon 11 Nov 6:30pm - 8:30pm

@ The Staiths Cafe, Gateshead NE8 2BZ

Cost £16.22

 
Booking via: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-introduction-to-mindfulness-tickets-72370705729

Booking essential due to limited places.

 
 
 
Mindful Maguire is offering An Introduction to Mindfulness workshop at Canny Crafty (Gosforth).
Tues 19 Nov 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Cost £20.00
Booking essential due to limited places.
Booking via: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-introduction-to-mindfulness-tickets-75645755491
What can you expect on our Introduction to Mindfulness workshops
During the session we will cover:
What mindfulness is/isn't.
 
Learn about auto-pilot - The mind loves to focus on the past or future yet we only have the present moment.
 
Experience an eating meditation.
 
Experience the body scan mindfulness meditation.
 
Learn how mindfulness can help in daily life.
 
An opportunity to ask questions about mindfulness.

 

Dates: Mon 20 January - 9 March 2020 (one session per week for 8 weeks)
 

Time: 6:30pm 8:30pm
 

Location: Burnopfield Cricket Club NE16 6DZ


Cost £169 (this includes a 30 min orientation phone call, all 8 sessions, meditations, handouts, & individual support).

 

Booking via Evenbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/8-week-mindfulness-course-tickets-78964542071

 

Please note: Bookings can also be made via bank transfer £40 deposit to secure your place with the remainder of the balance due two weeks before the course commences.

Contact Peter on: 07766 761 645 or email: peter@mindfulmaguire.com for details.

Course details
Each week you will be guided through meditation practices (bodyscan, movement, walking, and sitting meditations. There will be discussion about the practice but there is no pressure for you to share your experience.

You will learn about:

 

Auto-pilot. The mind loves to focus on the past or future yet we
only have the present moment.

 

To focus your attention on the present moment using the body and
breath.

 

Mindful movement and how we can use the breath to help us move
more mindfully.


How thoughts and emotions are linked to bodily sensations and
mood states.

 

To respond to challenging thoughts & emotions in a more helpful
way.

 

How the choices we make during these ups and downs can have
an impact of our well-being.

 

To make wiser choices allowing you to take better care of your
well-being.

The aim of the course is to learn new ways to handle our moods and emotions. It teaches us to take better care of ourselves so that we are able to live our lives in a fuller and healthier way. It promotes a way of being that helps us tackle life problems – physical, mental, social and emotional. The focus of the mindfulness practice is to learn to be aware of the small changes in the physical sensations in your body; what is happening in the world around you (using your physical senses) and your thoughts, emotions and moods.

The course encourages us to develop the skill of being aware of our experiences (good and bad, pleasant and unpleasant) from moment to moment -so that we can learn to respond more skilfully to situations rather than simply reacting automatically.