IN-HOUSE: COMMUNITY WELLBEING - MINDFULNESS TO SUPPORT BEREAVEMENT

Kathryn Buxton

Did you know that mindfulness and meditation can really help to calm intrusive thoughts and help you to live more in the moment? If you are bereaved that just might be what you’re looking for as you navigate the way ahead.

This course will look at why mindfulness works and provide you with some useful tools to help you find more equilibrium in your life. It will also help you to start a regular mindfulness meditation practice, if you wish, and show you how you can bring the peace of mindfulness into everyday. 

Who is this course for?

This course is designed for those that have been bereaved for at least 6 months or more. It is NOT suitable for those who have been recently bereaved. 

This is a Quality Endorsed course from our awarding body Open College Network West Midlands. It is your kite mark of quality and at the end of the course you will be posted a certificate.

This course is part of our free community wellbeing series that aims to help you cope with your mental health. All of our free courses are available at no cost to you, however, if you feel you are in the position to, we would greatly appreciate a small donation. As a charity, we rely on donations to keep us operational. If you do not wish to donate, please put a 0 (zero) in the donation box.

Drop-ins can not be accommodated at this time so please book in advance.

Please note: The Isbourne operates a minimum number policy. This means that if our minimum number is not met 24 hours before the session is scheduled to run, then we reserve the right to cancel the session. If you have paid a set fee for the cancelled session, you will get a full refund. Donations are non-refundable. We, therefore, advise customers to secure their place as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment. The Isbourne’s minimum number policy is under the guidance of the tutor running the session. Thank you for your understanding.