Mindfulness

MindfulnessMindfulness means being aware of what’s happening in your body and mind, and in the world around you, now, as it happens.

How can mindfulness help me?

Increased awareness brings many benefits, and has been proven in scientific trials to reduce stress and help us to live well, even with pain or long-term illness.

Is mindfulness suitable for me?

Before enrolling for a course, we like to discuss the course with you to check that it is right for you at this time.

Mindfulness courses introduce mindfulness in a structured way so that over a few weeks you are able to build up a range of mindfulness tools to help reduce your stress and suffering and improve your wellbeing.

Want to know if mindfulness is for you?

Book a one-hour Free Taster Session now!

to give you an idea of what being mindful involves.

BBC Interview with Danny Penman on Meditation

How do I learn to practise mindfulness?

For those new to mindfulness, I teach the following courses:

Individual sessions are also available, tailored to your needs.

For those familiar with mindfulness, I also offer Mindfulness Retreats in the UK.

Why practise with Sheila the Founder of Living Well Mindfulness?

Sheila Bond, Founder of Living Well Mindfulness

Sheila Bond

Sheila Bond, the Founder of Living Well Mindfulness, has trained in accordance with the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teachers Good Practice Guidelines and adheres to their strict standards.

Sheila is a Chartered Physiotherapist with many years’ experience in the NHS, mainly working with people in pain.

Sheila’s mission is to ease the suffering caused by pain, stress and illness and really improve people’s quality of life.

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