Description of courses:
DROP INTO MINDFULNESS: Saturday afternoon Mindfulness Drop-In classes (£10, concessions £8) at St Mary\\\'s Crypt, Upper Street, Islington N1 2TX from 17 February 2018.
MINDFULNESS for HEALTHY LIVING (MBCT) - £265 (concessions £215/155)
to book: http://www.northlondonbuddhistcentre.com/?page=mindfulness
6 courses a year, normally starting January, April/May and Sept/Oct.
A progressive, structured programme, delivered with flexibility in a warm, supportive environment and adhering to the highest professional standards - 8 weeks regular home practice, supported by weekly classes: orientation session, 8 classes + practice day.
regular STAND-ALONE PRACTICE DAYS (£50/£30)
(normally Jan, Apr, July, Sept and Dec).
10:30 am-4.00 pm with time to ask questions
An opportunity to try mindfulness as a newcomer, or top up your ongoing practice. Please bring vegetarian lunch to share.
TOP-UP COURSES (£90/60)
3 Thurs eves 6:45-9:15 pm
normally run 2/3 times a year.
For those who have completed any 8-week Mindfulness course (MBCT/MBSR or Breathworks) and have an ongoing practice.
All these courses and events are held at the North London Buddhist Centre, 72 Holloway Road, N7 8JG and are entirely secular in content.
ONGOING MONTHLY THERAPY GROUP for mindfulness teachers and health professionals committed to bringing mindfulness into their work - and occasional INQUIRY WORKSHOPS for MINDFULNESS TEACHERS/TRAINERS: please contact me for more information.
Ms Lokadhi Lloyd
What qualifications or training do you hold?
PGDip Psychosynthesis MBACP Postgraduate Diploma in Mindfulness-Based Approaches; Postgraduate studies in Mindfulness and Individual Therapy (MIT); 20+ years practice of Mindfulness meditation as a practising Buddhist
If you teach MBCT, what professional mental health training do you hold?
MBACP - see above
How do you continually ensure your knowledge and skills are up-to-date?
Retreats, personal connection with fellow practitioners (supervisor, teachers, tutors, peer group), current research
Do you adhere to appropriate professional and ethical boundaries and frameworks in your work as a mindfulness-based teacher?