WHAT’S COMING UP
Mindful Meditation - Group Sessions 2020 - Courses, Retreats and Drop-ins
Hi there, thanks for checking in....
Things are really starting to get busier for Rightmindfulness as more people realise how beneficial this ancient practice can be. Here is a summary of a few events which are coming up as we move out into the Spring.
Another 4-week Mindfulness course teaching you the basics of meditation and how to bring the practice into your life in many ways to draw on its many benefits. Journey into Mindfulness - at the Wishing Well , 16 St.John Street, Bromsgrove, B61 8QY (Wednesday evenings March 4th to 25th at 7.pm to 8.30pm - this is a fabulous venue with street parking round the corner and pay and display across the road at Waitrose. - (more details on the Book Online Page)
Mindfulness Retreat - a day of relaxation and escape at the Fold, near. Worcester. This an excellent location with a therapy centre, cafe, farm shop and craft shops. The day is suitable for beginners and experienced practitioners, this will be a day of Mindful Meditation, a contemplative lunch, some very gentle mindful yoga, and a slow walk on the nature trail (weather permitting!). More to come.....stay tuned to the Book Online page..but mark your calendar for March 28th, 2020
New - Mindful Mondays
If you don't want to sign up for a course but are interested in some group meditation, then you can come along to Mindful Mondays, hourly drop in sessions on a pay as you go basis
16:00 - 17:00 Three Parishes Hall, Grafton Flyford, WR7 4PG
(please note - I have consolidated the previously advertised Inkberrow session in with this one above which will continue)
£6 per adult, £4 for under-18's (accompanied by an adult)
"Suffering with the effects of stress and anxiety I came to Alan’s class looking for a more holistic way to help myself. I must admit meditation does not come easily to me but after learning about mindfulness and the continued practice of meditation I have started to notice a difference, becoming less irritable and taking things more in my stride"