Join us in London this January to learn the basics of mindfulness, heart intelligence and listening spaces. Experience how these practices can help us find balance and connection in a stressful and uncertain world.
Date: 25th January 2020
Time: 10:30 – 17:00
Location: Time and Talents, The Old Mortuary, St Marychurch Street, London, SE16 4JE
Heart-based living is being in the world with more emotional balance and moving away from stress, anxiety and over-thinking. It means connecting with our potential to experience more happiness, to handle difficult emotions and feel more connected to those around us.
Join us for an immersive day to explore some of the science and applied practice of living with more wholeheartedness in the world. Through experiential practices of mindfulness, heart intelligence and listening spaces, we will explore different ways to restore balance and self-care in our selves alongside a range of tools for sustaining wellbeing and connection in our daily life, work and caring roles.
- Mindfulness practices for sustaining wellbeing and vitality in daily life
- How we can befriend our bodies to reduce stress and build more balance and resilience in our nervous systems
- Applied tools for bringing more ease and self care to daily situations
- The science of heart intelligence and it’s application in daily life
- Simple ways to access our positive inner resources for emotional balance and self-regulation
- Accessible tools for experiencing more positive emotions in daily life
- Listening tools we can bring to daily life for more meaningful connection and communication
- Mindful communication practices for strengthening relationships and responding to difficult situations with more empathy and connection
Meet the facilitators
Michael is a highly sought-after teacher and has led retreats in the UK, Spain and South America.
Michael is a highly sought-after teacher and has led retreats in the UK, Spain and South America. He has been practising mindfulness since 1992 and he lived as a Buddhist monk for 15 years in Plum Village France, where he was a student of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
Kareem has been engaged as a facilitator with mindfulness communities for young people since 2011
Kareem has been engaged as a facilitator with mindfulness communities for young people since 2011. He worked on the facilitator team of the Scottish charity Youth Mindfulness, where he supported retreats, training programmes and delivered courses in schools. He has recently completed a 2-year teacher training programme in the U.S with renowned teachers Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield.
Pricing and booking
The cost of the day is £60 which includes guidance from experienced teachers as well as refreshments.
Reduced rates are available to anyone for whom the cost would be prohibitive, please email firstname.lastname@example.org