Description of courses:
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction combined with Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy. 8-week course including body scan, mindful movement, sitting meditation, mindfulness in daily life and CBT exercises as well as time for reflection together.
Next courses from 16th October 2016 2-4 and 5-7pm at Anahata, 119-120 Edward St Brighton BN2 0JL. £160/£100 concessions, please email for more information and booking.
Long meditation session 12th November 2-7pm at About Balance, East St Brighton (above VBites cafe). Great for refreshing or deepening your practice. We will do a selection of guided mindfulness practices, including mindful tea and cakes, in silence until 630 when there will be opportunity for sharing and connection at the end.
Weekend courses - a weekend of Mindfulness and Pilates with Jan Davies, a local Pilates teacher, 13-5th January. Held at the Loft on Upper Gardener St in the heart of Brighton North Laine, we will do a Friday evening introduction session 5-7, Saturday all day 930-5 and Sunday 930-330. Open for experienced or people new to either Mindfulness or Pilates. £170/£150 Early bird (6 available) before 31st October. Please email to find out more or book.
Ms Jiva Masheder
What qualifications or training do you hold?
I have an MSc in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy from Exeter University, and Certificate of Competence in Teaching Mindfulness from Bangor University Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice. I have been practising mindfulness and yoga since 1997. I have also completed Bangor\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s supervision training and am now offering supervision to new mindfulness teachers as part of the Mindfulness Network CIC.
If you teach MBCT, what professional mental health training do you hold?
How do you continually ensure your knowledge and skills are up-to-date?
By staying in touch with my colleagues and sharing information, and doing regular searches to keep up with research.
Do you adhere to appropriate professional and ethical boundaries and frameworks in your work as a mindfulness-based teacher?