Do you work for Marie Curie or another Hospice, either paid or as a volunteer?
Are you feeling tired, stressed and agitated?
Are you feeling in need of some self care and time to calm your mind – to help manage the ongoing challenges in life?
Would you like to attend a FREE Eight Session Mindfulness Course?
Roz works as a volunteer for the hospice and is running the Mindfulness Based Living Course (MBLC) open to all staff and volunteers.
Places are limited, so please contact Roz if you’d like to book:
ONLINE Mindfulness Based Living Course (MBLC)
Eight Sessions with Roz Kings from Present Mind
For all Hospice Staff and Volunteers
Tuesday evening’s 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm
13th April – 1st June
For more information and to book a place, please contact Roz: | email@example.com | 07779 724852
What can Mindfulness help with?
Mindfulness can improve well-being by helping you to:
- Focus on the here and now. Many participants report that they learn to worry less about the future or to ruminate less about the past.
- Manage and reduce feelings of stress, anxiety and low mood.
- Calm the ‘chattering mind’.
- See situations more clearly and make decision-making more straight-forward.
- Improve sleep.
- Be less swept up in the ‘drama of life’ and become more emotionally resilient.
- Feel more able to savour the simple pleasures in life.
- Manage relationships more effectively.
- Manage physical symptoms, such as pain, aching, headaches etc, often noticing that they reduce significantly.
Overall, practising Mindfulness has been shown to help people to feel generally more content in life and to develop a kinder and more caring attitude towards others and towards themselves.
No prior experience or knowledge of Mindfulness is needed.