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Being Present, Coming Home
25 May, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Many of us feel we’re over-busy, over-stretched, and overwhelmed.
Mindfulness has been shown to be a great antidote to this, and thousands of clinical studies have shown how it benefits our physical, mental and emotional health – from decreasing stress levels and depression to increasing the quality of sleep and relationships.
So what will we be doing?
These three hours offer you the chance to get off the hamster-wheel and invest in you. To relax, restore and reconnect with parts of yourself so easily neglected amidst the busyness of work and home life.
You will be guided through a range of secular mindfulness meditations. Most people find they particularly love certain practices, and these become incorporated into their daily life.
No-one needs to get into weird or uncomfortable postures. With sitting meditations, most people prefer to stay on their chairs, though meditation stools or cushions can also be used. Self-care is essential, and participants are asked to place their health and wellbeing ahead of anything else.
There will be time for a teabreak, and as we bring the morning to a close, there will be the opportunity to reflect and share experiences, ask questions, and connect with others.
Who is this for?
Everyone is welcome. Although suitable for beginner meditators, the morning is also open to anyone wanting to refresh or deepen their practice in the company of like-minded others.
What do I need to bring?
You might want to bring a yoga mat or thick towel to lie on, a light rug if it’s chilly, any meditation equipment you might have, and a bottle of water. Tea and biccies will be provided.
May I cancel or transfer my booking to another name?
You may cancel your booking up to seven days before the event and will receive a full refund. Alternatively you may transfer your ticket to someone else at any time. (If you do, please let me know their correct email address so I can send a reminder email to the right person.)
“If you are seeking and searching for inner peace and calm, experiencing one of Cath’s “Morning of Mindfulness” circles will create a natural awareness and opening of the eyes in a simple way you did not realise was so easy.”
I lead mindfulness courses, workshops and retreats for groups on the NSW mid-north coast (Coffs harbour & Bellingen area), and sometimes further afield.
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