Click On this link, to join me on Tuesdays on zoom from 12:30 -13:30
The Password is: 031019 and the Meeting ID is : 434 294 607
Due to the situation with the corona virus outbreak I have moved these sessions online and have made them free for anyone experiencing financial difficulty, I feel the importance of having a regular meditation practice is extremely relevant in this time we are living through.
It can be difficult once you’ve completed a Mindfulness course or been on a meditation retreat to maintain a daily Mindfulness practice without the support of a group. These weekly practice sessions will cover different aspects of Mindfulness and are designed to help and support a regular meditation practice.
Who for: Anyone who’s completed an 8-week Mindfulness course and is hoping to refresh or establish a regular Mindfulness practice. Or anyone who has an established meditation practice and wants the support of a regular group.
Language: The course will be taught in English but questions can also be asked in either French or Spanish.
Click On this link to join me on zoom, The Password is: 031019 and the Meeting ID is : 434 294 607
Online every Tuesday lunchtime between 12:30 and 13:30 (not during school/public holidays)
What you’ll need:
It is advised to wear loose comfortable clothing
Free – for first session & any session if you are having financial difficulties due to the Covid 19 lock down
Or voluntary contributions should be made to the bank account IBAN BE93 3101 3381 9367, BIC BBRUBEBB or paypal.me/robinsmindfulness, guidance as follows:
5 euros during Covid 19 lock down.
10 euros – Drop-in
8 euros – Students/unemployed/artists
50 euros – 10 session card
Robin Creswell-Faure has been practising mindfulness meditation for the last 13 years. Nine of these in the tradition of Zen Buddhist teacher Thích Nhất Hạnh and the last four years returning to university to study at one of the top Mindfulness teacher-training programs in the Uk, the PGDip & the MSc in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and approaches at Exeter University. This program, which combines the study of Neuroscience, Buddhist psychology and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, provides extensive preparation for teaching both Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBSR/MBCT).