Everyone's talking about mindfulness. Take this course and see for yourself the life changing benefits that the practice of mindfulness brings – Mindfulness it's amazing stuff!

Practising mindfulness is a mind-body approach to life that helps people to relate differently to experiences. It involves paying attention to our thoughts and feelings in a way that increases our ability to manage difficult situations and make wise choices. 

This course guides you through all the elements of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). It's free to start and easy-to-follow with step-by-step guidance throughout. In as little as 4 weeks you'll be rewarded with mindfulness skills that'll last a life-time! 


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Jan 2015

Nicola Woodward writes…

I am surprised at the power of this course. It is so cleverly put together and I particularly love the simplicity and the repetition of the same mantras...be gentle to yourself, it's ok to feel this way, without judging it etc. these really helped out short little phrases in my head I could use when I needed to. The quotes during the week and the timeframes really helped keep me on track. So many times I've had a good intention and then lost motivation, this course is designed in such a subtle but clever war to lessen the chance of this happening and keeping me committed. Thank you so much it really has already made such a difference to how I cope and enjoy daily life.

 5 / 5

Jan 2015

Stephen Pattison writes…

I found this course very helpful, though in some ways it made me more aware of my stress and anxiety, so I felt worse in a way rather than better! Nonetheless I was glad to have done it and it was good value and very flexible. A couple of comments. 1. The videos and web stuff seems a bit clunky at times; 2. While the course claims not to be religious in any way, it is in fact overtly value laden and privileges certain kinds of thought, values and 'wisdom' from sources that are arguably at least 'spiritual' if not confined to any particular religion. I write this as a professional scholar of religion and theologian. 3. Some more rationale for what one is being asked to do and the theory of mindfulness would have helped me at times. But I am more than grateful to have done the course and I would recommend it to others, particularly those who are isolated or cannot commit to regular meetings.

 4 / 5

  Rating: 4.6 - 185 votes - 330 Reviews