In Term 3 we are offering Mindful Yoga both online and face to face. The first class of the program begins on July 20, 2021.
In the practice of Mindful Yoga we intentionally bring mindful awareness to the body as we move, stretch and breathe. (more…)
Simply Mindful is delighted to offer a 6 week face to face Mindfulness for Stressed Parents program on 6 Wednesday evenings starting 4th August 2021.
Some stress is normal and healthy but for many parents, stress is a constant companion which can lead to ill health and impact negatively on quality of relationships and other parts of life.
The arrival of the coronavirus pandemic fast on the heels of a challenging summer of bushfires and smoke has added another layer of stress, uncertainty and anxiety to the lives of parents which has flow-on effects to children.
Mindfulness for Stressed Parents is designed to give parents added skills to nurture themselves, address their stress levels and build more harmony and peace in their home.
The program includes weekly 2-hour face to face sessions on Wednesday evenings.
Parents will learn the fundamentals of a Mindfulness practise and other techniques including Insight Journaling and how to cultivate more personal harmony and peace.
Suitable for beginning and experienced meditators. No prior experience of Mindfulness is necessary.
Numbers are limited, so please register early.
Facilitators: Your teachers will be Jennifer Sexton and Simply Mindful Director, Megan Layton. Jennifer has a passion for bringing mindfulness into schools and family life and has personally experienced the way mindfulness practice has helped her as a parent. Megan has worked with adults, children and teenagers, parents and communities for the last 22 years in a range of very challenging settings. She is convinced that mindfulness has the potential to bring out the best in us as parents, even when we’re under a lot of pressure. It can change your life, improve your relationships and empower you as a parent. She has navigated her way through the rocky shoals of separation, divorce and adolescence and although far from perfect, she’s certain mindfulness helped her to dig deep and be her best self in fraught situations.
‘I know mindfulness has helped me stay calmer and respond more creatively and compassionately as a parent. It’s also helped me to nurture myself as well as my kids. I am really proud of the young people they’ve become and at least some of that is down to this amazing resource inside me – mindfulness! It’s never too late to learn, so give yourself a gift and start now.I don’t know where I would be without mindfulness.’
Before the program starts you will receive a reminder email and a brief phone call from Jennifer.
A note on course fees: If you are unable to afford the full fee please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you can afford. Registrations close August 4th 2020.
COVID-19 Hygiene Precautions:In line with ACT government requirements, please use the ‘Check in CBR’ QR code each time you attend a session. This enables us to have more people attending sessions. Hygiene and social distancing precautions will be taken to ensure the health and wellbeing of participants in line with current ACT health advice for COVID-19. Participants will be notified of these closer to the start date.