Mindfulness for Stress is an 8-week course where you will learn life-long skills to reduce stress and anxiety, find greater resilience and boost your wellbeing. 

Complete beginners and seasoned meditators with each get something from this course.

We teach a secular mindfulness approach that is practical, giving you accessible tools that you can apply right away. Across 8 weeks, the time shown to create a habit, you will learn how to embed the skill of mindfulness in your life through meditation, mindful movement and everyday practices.

Numerous research studies and clinical trials show the effectiveness of mindfulness for mental health. This course aims to equip you with tools to better manage stress as well as how to simply live your life more fully. 

Find out more about our Mindfulness for Stress Course

HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT 

If you have tried and failed with meditation apps and you are looking for deeper learning that creates lasting change, this course is for you. 

During the course, you will learn:

  • A deep understanding of mindfulness and how to embed it in your daily life.

  • How to create a meditation habit.

  • How to harness the power of your mind to enhance your everyday life. 

  • How breath and body awareness can transform stress.

  • Tools to help you re-balance negativity bias.

  • How to identify and prevent burnout. 

  • The practice of Compassion and how it can help you feel more connected and less stressed.

  • Mindful movement - another form of creating present moment awareness.

 

HOW YOU WILL TAKE PART 

This course will be held in-person at the West London Buddhist Centre.

Booking must be made through their website. Please see their event page for more. 



Event details

Where

In-person.

The West London Buddhist Centre
45a Porchester Rd
London

W2 5DP

When

Start: Tuesday, 27 February 2024

End: Tuesday, 16 April 2024

This 8-week course runs on Tuesdays from 18.30 - 21.00 (GMT), 27 February - 16 April 2024

Each session includes a tea break.

Your Teachers

The course will be led by Karen Liebenguth, an experienced and accredited Breathworks teacher, supervisor and trainer.

Karen is a Breathworks Associate Teacher and Trainer, certified coach and MBTI facilitator who offers tailored mindfulness programmes for the workplace as well as retreat days in nature. 

She specialises in ‘coaching while walking’ in natural settings which taps into the beneficial impact nature has on our psychological, emotional and physical wellbeing. Karen set up Green Space Coaching & Mindfulness in 2008 to foster personal and professional development, self-leadership and mental resilience.

Karen has many years of experience teaching the Breathworks Mindfulness for Stress and Health courses, including at the WLBC. She is a member of the British Association for Mindfulness Based Approaches (BAMBA).


Book via West London BUDDHIST CENTRE