Mindfulness for Creativity
with suzanne bethell
Wednesdays 6.30pm to 8.45pm
April 19, 26
May 3, 10
£75 per person plus cost of book £10
(Both available for purchase below)
Terms & Conditions
Course limited to 12 people only (minimum 8)
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Would you like to give your creativity space to flourish? Would you like to feel calmer and less of a victim of negative thoughts which can hamper your confidence and ability to make decisions? This 4 session course is based on the book 'Mindfulness for Creativity’ by Danny Penman, co-author of the best selling Mindfulness: a practical guide to finding peace in a frantic world. You will need a copy of this book when attending the course. The course will introduce you to some mindfulness techniques which enhance creativity, resilience and problem-solving skills. Through soothing and clarifying your mind, you will begin to free yourself from unhelpful, habitual ways of thinking, creating space for innovative ideas to take form and develop. Mindfulness is for everyone. It’s many benefits are increasingly being supported by neuroscience.
The course is experiential and involves mini activities in a small group of between 8 and 12 followed by practices of between 10 and 20 minutes a day to complete at home.
Suzanne Bethell is a uk network listed, accredited mindfulness teacher recognised as adhering to good practice guidelines (https://www.mindfulness-network.org/listingspagenew.php) and a Breathworks and .b Foundations accredited Mindfulness trainer. She has been a qualified teacher of adults since 1984 and a mindfulness practitioner for over four years. During this time she has taught a wide range of tasters and 20 plus full Mindfulness for Wellbeing and Mindfulness for Stress courses to professional groups including secondary school teachers, school nurses, GMP police officers and staff, Bank employees, car sales staff, therapists, olympic athletes and coaches and members of the public in community venues and at The Rooms in Poynton. For the last two years, she has run an Introduction to Mindfulness workshop as part of the New Mills festival. She also works with people on a one to one basis.