Mindfulness is a well-researched, non-religious and effective means of promoting well-being, and alleviating stress, anxiety and depression.
This informal workshop will introduce Mindfulness – in theory, practice and research – and offer a few tips to remain grounded and steady in the midst of a busy schedule.
The session will be led by Oli Bazin, Associate Teacher at the University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre (www.oxfordmindfulness.org)
“Mindfulness has changed my attitude towards myself and completely altered my relationship with my work. I feel a lot better about everything and a lot more able to manage things” [University of Oxford Mindfulness course participant, Trinity Term 2019]
1. To develop a basic conceptual understanding of mindfulness
2. To experience the practice of mindfulness
3. To learn about the science and evidence base that underpins mindfulness-based approaches
4. To learn about next steps to explore the practice of mindfulness more deeply