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Mindfulness Workshop Sat 20th June 1.30 -4.30 at Goose Green Clinic SE22


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Mindfulness For Stress-free living


Mindfulness Based Stress Relief (MBSR)

A half day introductory/refresher workshop with Jonathan Clark


Saturday June 20th 2015 ? 1.30 to 4.30pm

At The Goose Green Clinic, 57-59 East Dulwich Road SE22 2AP


Learn new skills to deal with the stresses and strains of daily life, recharge your batteries and enjoy a few hours of calm.


Mindfulness is an ancient way of living in the present and experiencing life moment by moment.


Mindfulness- based approaches to stress relief have helped millions of people overcome the effects of stress and anxiety and find peace of mind in a busy world.


On this Introductory Workshop you will learn simple skills to manage stress and develop greater inner calm and stability. There will be plenty of space for discussion and personal exploration with the option of joining a 16 hour Summer Course over 5 weeks to take the process further.


The cost is ?30 (includes hand-outs and refreshments). To be paid into acc 00115772 sort 110484 name JE Evans.


Jonathan Clark has been teaching meditation, mindfulness and MSBR courses in London for over 15 years.


For more information or to book a place please contact Janet Evans, [email protected]

[www.yogajanam.com]

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