Healthy Lunches: Mindfulness practices at Jubilee Programme - 2018

Title:Healthy Lunches: Mindfulness practices at Jubilee Programme - 2018

Duration:0.25 days
Central Short Courses

Target Audience

This session is suitable for anyone who wishes to learn how to practice mindfulness with a trained mindfulness teacher.  No previous experience of mindfulness skills training is required.  Staff who have attended the Mindfulness skills programme and wish to review their learning are also invited to attend. 


Mindfulness practices offered to support you in developing mental focus and good health.

These sessions have been requested by Mindfulness practitioners and are open to anyone who would like to learn more about mindfulness. They are part of a pilot programme to support the development of the Mindfulness Community of Practice @ Jubilee. 

Format of the session:

This is a 45 MINUTE practical session which offers experience of mindfulness practices and with the option to participate and learn from discussions/'inquiry' about practice. You may wish to eat your lunch before you arrive.


The session will be led by an experienced mindfulness teacher, trained in accordance with the requirements identified by the Mindfulness-based teacher-training network.

Our Mindfulness teachers include:
Jake Dartington
Dr Karen Neil
Mel Wraight
Yasmin Holmes
Dr Edward Sellman
Dr Jo Bramham

Where are the sessions?

The sessions are in the Computer Science Building, Jubilee Campus. You will receive room information on booking.

How to book:

You can click on session 1, 2, 3 or 4 listed below to book one or more of the sessions:

Session 1: Checking in with your self (body) - 12:30-13:15 9th January 2018
Session 2: Developing focus (breath) -12:30-13:15 16th January 2018
Session 3: Breathing spaces (breath and body) - 12:30-13:15 23rd January 2018
Session 4: Mindfulness in motion (gentle stretches) -12:30-13:15 30th January 2018


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