Beginners Online Mindfulness MBSR Course (one-to-one)
Learn Mindfulness with a supportive mindfulness teacher.
Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is the original Secular Mindfulness Training course, created by Jon Kabat-Zinn in 1979, which has been proven to help people self-manage stress, anxiety, depression and physical pain.
- 8 x 60-90 minute teaching sessions
- Downloadable audio tracks
- Study handbooks that can be used during and after the course
- Support from your teacher, Jo Clarke for the duration of the course
When is the next course?
It’s up to you! – When would you like to start working towards feeling more in control of your emotions, leading to a greater sense of wellbeing?
I offer daytime and evening sessions and occasionally weekends, so please let me know what your preference is.
Where is the course?
In the comfort of your own space.
Please try to find a private space where you will not be interrupted for the duration of the teaching sessions. This is your opportunity to take some time out, just for you.
What happens during the course?
- I will guide you through various mindfulness practices and the MBSR curriculum during the teaching sessions,
- You will be given home practice to complete in between the sessions, which is an important element of the course. This type of course does take a level of commitment but it is up to you how you make this work.
- Throughout the sessions, you will have time and space to reflect on your experiences of practicing and integrating mindfulness into your life.
3 reasons to book your place now
You want to find different ways to self-manage stress!
You want to feel better about yourself and your life!
You need to find a way to bring calm into your life
Why train with Jo at Inner Space Works?
Following the Gold Standard MBSR curriculum, created by Jon Kabat-Zinn. I am fully insured and adhere to the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teachers, Good practice guidelines for teaching mindfulness-based courses. I have trained with The Oxford Mindfulness Centre, Bangor University and The Mindfulness Association, and regularly attend CPD courses and retreats to deepen and broaden my practice. I am passionate about supporting you to improve your life through Mindfulness training.
What are people saying about courses run by Jo Inner Space Works’?
Participants of MBSR Courses
“Having read a few mindfulness books I just wasn’t getting the whole mindfulness thing […] Jo is very knowledgeable and dedicated to helping people to help themselves through sharing the content she has developed in an easy to understand way. I’ve now completed an eight week programme and have a toolkit that I can use on an ongoing basis to help me on my mindfulness journey.”
“I attended a Mindfulness Course led by Jo, and can definitely recommend working with Jo to anyone considering taking part. Thanks to Jo and the Mindfulness course, I learnt a lot about my thoughts, my worries, how to handle them and deal with the inevitable stresses of life that we cannot avoid, but can now plan for and know how to ease and lessen the negative impact when it affects me. I’ve been able to recognise the signs of stress and worry in my life, be aware of how I react to them and what I need to do to help me avoid or deal with them. I know now how to manage my thoughts, my breathing, listen to my body, how to understand the grounding method, and to the benefits of taking time out just for myself. Jo really does care about what she does, about you as a participant, how you feel, what your concerns and worries are, and how she can help you to use Mindfulness as part of your regular routine.”
“Gently eye (and mind) opening, Jo introduced exercises and disciplines that had initially small effects but built collectively into something compelling, affective and rewarding. I work in a pressured environment and used to battle blindly through stressful situations, not realising how worked up I was and how much it was impacting my ability to work effectively. Since learning the mindfulness exercises with Jo, I am now able to recognise when things are getting too much and head off a really bad day, by taking time out to quickly check-in with myself, have a short 10 minute practice and then continue with renewed energy and clarity of thought. I find I use the practical mindfulness meditation exercises throughout my day; on the train, in a quiet corner of the office, before I get up in the morning and before I go to sleep at night. It’s a small investment with far reaching impacts for me and I’d thoroughly recommend Jo’s approach and teaching to anyone looking to discover how mindfulness can work for them.”
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