Weekly Update 2nd September
Welcome to this week’s update: a summary of everything we’ve shared on social media throughout the week.
DAILY SIT SCHEDULE
Week commencing 4 September 2023
Discover the profound intersection of mindfulness and trauma resilience in this engaging three-hour webinar on Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness. Led by esteemed expert David Treleaven, you’ll delve into the art of creating safe, empowering mindfulness spaces for all. Whether you’re a mindfulness practitioner, therapist, educator, or simply curious about this transformative field, this webinar promises valuable insights, practical tools, and newfound perspectives.
12-MONTH TEACHER TRAINING
Our 12-month teacher training pathways begin in January, May, and October each year, and offer the opportunity to train to teach a variety of MBCT curricula.
Applications for our January 2024 programme led by Claire Kelly and James Kryshak close on 30/09/2023.
ANNUAL RESEARCH UPDATE
The intention of this workshop is to explore the latest research in the Mindfulness field. This professional development event supports teachers with communicating research evidence and the limitations of current knowledge with potential participants and other interested parties. Led by Professor Ruth Baer, Director of the Master of Studies in MBCT at Oxford University.
HAVE YOU READ?
We are sharing recent research, with thanks to academics in the field. Examining the impact of web-based mindfulness on undergraduate student’s quality of life: a randomised controlled trial.
We have both courses starting in September, so for more information and to apply, please click the link below.
Interested in attending our autumn gathering? Here’s what previous attendees of similar events most enjoyed:
“Reconnecting with people who have a similar outlook on mindfulness and its place in the world.”
“Firstly, the balance between theory and practice. Secondly, the organisation was impeccable. Finally, the enormous wealth of knowledge and embodiment by the presenters.”
“The ease and compassionate space to be together in such a beautiful environment.”