Our Mindfulness courses for anxiety and stress are run over eight weeks and also over 3 full days for those who live at a distance. For the intensive 3-day mindfulness courses accommodation is available locally for those who need to travel.
During the courses they run, Suryacitta and Gaynor bring over 40 years of combined experience and practice to each of their meditation courses. They explain mindfulness and compassion in non-jargon and non-cliched language. They show you how to bring awareness and compassion into every area of your life.
Each participant receives:
A workbook for home practice and reflection
Free unlimited access to guided meditations via our app
The app contains all guided meditations from the course along with new ones. It is designed to help you maintain your practice after the group courses.
After the Mindfulness for stress course mindfulness CIC also run follow up mindfulness evenings (free) and retreats of varying themes and length.
Mindfulness courses for stress in Leicestershire and London:
The CIC teachers are committed to teaching all who want to build a mindfulness practice. As people have different financial resources, we are able to offer reduced fees for people who understand and appreciate the benefits that mindfulness will bring to their lives, but are not in a financial position to pay at this point.
We are able to offer 2 reduced free places on all our 8-week meditation courses. The booking system allows for 2 places. If these have already gone, please get in touch as we may still be able to help.
We also offer courses that cover the following subjects and areas:
What people say
“Thank you Suryacitta for an inspiring and helpful 8 weeks. I think the impact will last much longer. A lot of food for thought. Thank you for the gentle facilitation. I had never experienced a course of this kind previously where the leader seemed to leave his ego behind. and it works.”
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