Description of courses:
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction eight-week courses, Mindful Eating, Graduate Courses - Deepening Mindfulness and Relational Mindfulness
I teach 8 week MBSR courses that are grounded in the integrity of 23 years personal meditation and yoga practice, and five years Masters study at the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice at Bangor University, Wales. I am an associate of the Mindfulness Network CIC ( developed by Oxford, Exeter and Bangor Universities) where I supervise mindfulness teachers and teacher train in Europe. I follow the Good Practice Guidelines laid out by the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Training Organisations. I have been teaching since 2007 and have guided hundreds of people in learning to live mindfully. Teaching mindfulness is my vocation, and living mindfully my way of life.
I offer three types of MBSR course, group, distance learning and one-to-one.
ALL COURSES INCLUDE:
Eight weekly sessions, plus a full day of practice.
Instruction in mindfulness meditation and gentle movement meditations.
Facilitated dialogues to develop and support understanding and learning.
Guidance and support tailored to participants individual learning needs.
Daily assignments to encourage the integration of mindfulness into daily life and a custom made home practice guidebook to support learning.
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Angel Islington 18th April - 6th June, 7-9 pm Angel, Islington
Deepening Mindfulness Graduate Course, 13th April - 20th May, 7-9pm
Cost:£300, concessions available
Ms Rosalie Dores
What qualifications or training do you hold?
Masters Degree ( with distinction) and a Certificate in competence in teaching Mindfulness, Masters degree, with distinction, in Teaching Mindfulness Based Approaches. A certificate in teaching Interpersonal Mindfulness, Metta Programmes and UMASS.
If you teach MBCT, what professional mental health training do you hold?
I have completed a five year Masters degree at Bangor University, part of my training included the MBCT curriculum.
How do you continually ensure your knowledge and skills are up-to-date?
Lots of personal practice, supervision, mentoring, study and reflection
Do you adhere to appropriate professional and ethical boundaries and frameworks in your work as a mindfulness-based teacher?
I adhere to the guidelines for good practice