All of our Mindfulness courses for London are run by author and international teacher Suryacitta Malcolm Smith and supported by Gaynor Quilter. Suryacitta is one of the most experienced mindfulness teachers in the UK.
People who live in the London area and who wish to train with Suryacitta opt to attend one of our 3-day intensive mindfulness courses, run in Leicestershire and to stay locally. Accommodation options can be provided. They run from Friday to Sunday or Saturday to Monday.
Our mindfulness courses London are suitable for complete beginners but also because of the experience of the teachers they are suitable for people who wish to refresh or deepen their practice.
During the weekend you there will also be time for quiet time to relax, and for walking in beautiful Bradgate Park just a two-minute walk from the venue, which is nestled within ancient Charnwood Forest.
We also run mindfulness workshops for corporate clients either in London or at our venue in Leicestershire. Please get in touch if you would like more information.
Attending one of our mindfulness courses London you will be taught a number of themes including:
The Jewel in the Ice – what mindfulness is and how to do it
How to live in the present moment
How to calm the chattering mind
How to work with anxiety, stress and how to avoid burnout
How to bring mindfulness to everyday life and relationships
How to get out of your head and into your life
Maintaining your practice and what next.
After the weekend finishes, you will be given access to guided meditations and to the whole online eight-week course. This is to help with maintaining your practice.
You will receive tools and techniques for everyday life gleaned from decades of practice and experience from Suryacitta and Gaynor.
Please feel free to reach out if you need to chat about a mindfulness course.
What they say
“I have much more confidence and experience now than I had before. I feel I have witnessed good teaching – genuine human teaching with authenticity.”
Tony, Senior Lecturer in Psychology