Kathryn Buxton

Did you know that mindfulness and meditation can really help to calm intrusive thoughts and help you to live more in the moment? If you are bereaved that just might be what you’re looking for as you navigate the way ahead.

We will look at why mindfulness works and provide you with some useful tools to help you find more equilibrium in your life. It will also help you to start a regular mindfulness meditation practice, if you wish, and show you how you can bring the peace of mindfulness into the everyday.

The course is suitable for those who have been bereaved for 6 months or longer, and/or feel able to participate in a supported group setting.

To register your place please call 01242 254321 or email Bonnie@isbourne.org

These sessions are part of our community wellbeing programme, a collection of 4-week courses and drops-ins, designed to help people living with anxiety, depression, social isolation, bereavement, trauma and any other life circumstances that are affecting their wellbeing. 

This is a Quality Endorsed course from The Isbourne's awarding body (AIM) and is suitable for all.

The Isbourne does not have disabled access. Please call us if you wish to discuss access prior to coming.