These Masterclasses are a deep dive into some aspect of mindfulness, compassion, or their applications, led by expert teachers. They are open to everybody, regardless of your level of experience. If you are a Breathworks teacher, these masterclasses also count towards your annual CPD requirements. During these unprecedented times, we are offering our CPD and masterclasses online. Check them out and book a place!
Join us for this special event where Claire Morris, founder of Wild Awake Mindfulness and a qualified mindfulness and nature connection teacher, will share her experience and joy of mindfulness in nature and will offer you tools to explore and enjoy nature with a fresh appreciation and deepening of love.
Learn to lead simple mindfulness meditation practices with competence and confidence and to apply mindfulness in your work.
Workplace mindfulness training is an exciting, challenging and potentially growing market. Many organisations are waking up to the mental health challenges their people face, and people are talking about the subject more openly than ever before.
This online CPD event will explore ways in which teachers can adapt the Breathworks approach to mindfulness and compassion to suit a variety of workplace settings.
Learn practical approaches for teaching kindness and compassion that will help to support all participants, including those who experience blocks and barriers to kindness and compassion.
Mindfulness for Addiction: A Masterclass for Professionals
In this experiential masterclass, Benedict will introduce mindfulness-based
approaches to working with addiction and offer you some key practices in both
understanding your own relationship to craving and desire and supporting
clients/patients around theirs.
Why is it so difficult to be with difficult experiences?
What does it take to REALLY love what is?
In this master class we will be exploring the root causes for our resistance to be with difficult experience and discover three ways to transform it.
In this experiential workshop, Vidyamala and Gail will introduce ways mindfulness and compassion can help staff and patients take care of themselves and others well when facing the end of life.
This workshop is for anyone interested to learn (more) about the Buddhist roots of
secular mindfulness, with particular reference to a Buddhist text called the Satipatthana
Sutta. It was in the Satipatthana Sutta that the Buddha explained mindfulness, giving
examples of how to develop and practice it. In the workshop, we’ll explore the four
foundations of mindfulness as outlined in the sutta, and relate them to the practices
and approaches that are now widely taught in secular mindfulness c