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- 12 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Learn how to meditate.
Reduce your stress levels.
Find out why we tend to react in certain ways.
- Live mindfully day to day.
- Be able to reflect and develop your self-awareness.
- No previous experience of meditation is required. You will need to have either a laptop, tablet or phone for listening to the meditations and will need to set some time aside.
Feeling worn out, emotional, overwhelmed, gritting your teeth, unable to enjoy time with your child, no time for yourself? If you answered yes to just one of these then maybe mindfulness can help you.
Parenthood is a most precious gift, yet all too often with the demands of modern day life, we are unable to enjoy being a parent and the wonders of our children.
This mindfulness course will teach you techniques to deal with situations life throws at you; to notice thought patterns and discover why you may react in certain ways. You will learn how to meditate, step out of autopilot, give yourself some kindness and compassion and to live your life mindfully.
The course instructors Sue Pheasey and Caroline Blundell are experienced mindfulness teachers; they have a lovely, informal approach and hope you will grow to enjoy their mindfulness teachings.
- This course is designed for parents who have none, or a little knowledge of mindfulness.
An introduction to the Mindfulness for Parents course instructors.
The Perceived Stress Scale is one of the most widely used measures of the perception of stress. It includes just ten questions about your thoughts and feelings over the last month. This should be completed at the beginning of the course and again at the end.
We operate in automatic pilot most of the time and this can be unhelpful. We teach you how to step out of automatic pilot and to live in the moment.
A short meditation called the FOFBOC, which stands for Feet on the Floor, Body on the Chair.
MRI Scans show that after completing an eight-week mindfulness course there are changes in the brain, which alter the way we deal with stressful situations.
We recap what was covered in module three and a brief overview of Module Four.
A discussion about how stress affects us both mentally and physically.