Learn more about the different types of mindfulness courses we offer – including the classic Mindfulness for Stress Reduction and mindfulness applied to other areas of life and living such as Mindfulness for Change and Mindfulness for Compassionate Care.
A highly researched and popular course cultivating mindfulness in everyday life, improving health and easing stress... ♥ Read more ♥
Empowering individuals with the inner resources to manage change... ♥ Read more ♥
Cultivate mindfulness meditation and compassionate presence for self-care and care for others... ♥ Read more ♥
Includes gentle mindfulness practices to enable and support a playful approach to creativity... ♥ Read more ♥
Consider how learning mindfulness might support you, personally and professionally... ♥ Read more ♥
Combines mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to prevent the relapse of depression... ♥ Read more ♥
Mindfulness for daily life, including practices encouraging kindness and compassion... ♥ Read more ♥
We offer a range of mindfulness and compassion courses designed to meet a wide variety of organisational needs... ♥ Read more ♥
This course opened my eyes to the idea that it is only possible to long-term care for someone if you try to put as much energy into your own care. Only those in this position know how hard that lesson is to teach and receive. But what a lifesaver!
I had been interested in meditation for a long time but was never sure how to go about it (other than through religious organisations, which isn’t me). The York MBSR course seemed to offer an alternative and it more than lived up to my expectations… The combination of practical information and advice, and the chance to practice with others and really feel how it works (and it did!), was just right for me. Now I have at last found what I was looking for and I enjoyed it so much!
This course [Mindfulness for Stress] should be made part of the national curriculum for children, be an essential part of any degree course and be provided every 3 years by employers to their employees. It should be developed by the prison service and armed forces. In short, it teaches life skills essential for society to continue to function.
I was very sceptical at first but found the course really beneficial
I was very sceptical at first but found the course really beneficial. It surpassed my expectations and I would recommend it to work colleagues and friends. As mindfulness can support staff development improving relationships and communication and possibly reducing the number of staff suffering from stress reactions. I would also recommend it to friends that lead busy, stressful and hectic lifestyles and who need to reduce their cognitive load and relax.
It has made me a more thoughtful person, a better doctor, mum and wife
I am amazed that mindfulness is not yet mainstream. Its applications and principles cross every generation in dealing with the stressors of modern daily life. As a psychiatrist I can see its value with all service users I come across in my day to day practice. It should be as widely available through the NHS as antidepressants and therapy as a treatment option. Personally it has been one of the best things I have encountered. It has made me a more thoughtful person, a better doctor, mum and wife.