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Lynne Copeland is a qualified educational psychologist trained to teach mindfulness with Bangor University; Oxford Mindfulness Foundation; and Mindfulness in Schools Project. She is passionate about sharing mindfulness to support general wellbeing and stress management, and has been teaching mindfulness to children and adults in schools, and in the community, over the past eight years.
WHAT IS MINDFULNESS?
Meditation practice can be hugely supportive in managing the day to day challenges life throws at us. There is a lot of research and anecdotal evidence backing this, yet for many of us the thought of being able to meditate feels like an unmanageable and maybe even impossible task. But this need not be the case...
Mindfulness for Life is an evidence-based course developed by Oxford Mindfulness Foundation. It combines mindfulness and cognitive science with the aim of supporting wellbeing, reducing stress and building resilience - and ultimately to restore balance in our lives. Each week has a theme, with meditations and activities to develop understanding and the cultivation of a supportive mindfulness practice.
Life-changing! Have looked forward to the sessions weekly, will miss them now that they are stopping.
- Tania H.
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