Be Mindful was created so that anyone, anywhere, can easily and effectively learn to practise mindfulness in daily life and enjoy the many health benefits, including reduced stress, depression and anxiety.
No matter where you are or whatever your lifestyle, you have access to the most highly acclaimed and clinically recognised online mindfulness course available anywhere! You'll be guided through all the elements of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) in a structure that's easy-to-follow and at a pace that suits you. Be Mindful is the only fully online course of this type! In as little as 4-weeks you'll be practising mindfulness in your daily life and opening up all the opportunites this brings...
Key Course Features
Fully online 4-week course of mindfulness (MBCT)
Engaging videos & interactive sessions led by qualified mindfulness teachers
Follow the course at a pace that suits you, at any time of day, from anywhere in the world
Access the course using any device, including your smartphone, simply via a web browser
Take part with the confidence the course is evidence-based & backed up by published research
Explore how mindfulness can reduce stress, depression & anxiety & notice any changes
Mindfulness assignments to practise in daily life with supporting motivational emails
Self-assessment tools to chart your progress with reducing stress, depression and anxiety
Highly accessible & easy-to-follow with subtitles on all audio & video content
Resources library accessible after course completion, for continued mindfulness practice
Your Mindfulness Teachers
Ed Halliwell and Tessa Watt are qualified mindfulness teachers, having both completed MBCT and MBSR teacher development at the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, Bangor University, UK.
Ed is a mindfulness teacher and writer. He is co-author of The Mindful Manifesto: How Doing Less And Noticing More Can Help Us Thrive In A Stressed-Out World and author of Mindfulness: How To Live Well By Paying Attention.
Tessa is a mindfulness teacher and author of the books Introducing Mindfulness: A Practical Guide and Mindful London. Tessa has been practising meditation for 20 years, and is an experienced instructor at the London Shambhala Meditation Centre.
Ed and Tessa's approach to teaching mindfulness is both open but also very carefully considered. Together, they make learning mindfulness refreshingly simple and deeply personal.
The course involves 4-weeks of mindfulness training. You can take much longer if you like by having breaks or repeating parts of the course. Most participants take a couple of months to complete the course, with many completing in over a year!
Introduction - Stress Assessment - Orientation
"Stepping out of Automatic Pilot"
Routine Activity - Mindful Eating - Body Scanning
"Reconnecting with Body and Breath"
Mindful Movement - Event Awareness - Mindful Breathing
"Working with Difficulties"
Breathing Space - Stress Awareness - Sitting Meditation
"Mindfulness in Daily Life"
Activity Awareness - Stress Strategies - Breathing Space and Action Step
Stress Assessment - Certificate - Resources