Mindfulness and Wellbeing
Mindfulness and Wellbeing

Workshops

We will be runing a series of online seminars in October and Novemeber 2019 in which we will explore and discuss the origins and elements of the Heartfulness Project.

 

 

Wednesday 24th October 2018. 10.30 - 11.00 am

 

The Heartfulness Project - next generation cardiac care.

Insights and expertise in management of serious heart conditions using an integrative approach

 

Wednesday 19th December 2018. 3.00 pm

 

The Heartfulness Project - brain wise integrative approach to heart conditions

Mindfulness and self-compassion

How to get into the green

 

 

 

 

 

Past Workshops and talks

 

In October we will be running a master class on the Heartfulness Project at the British Psychological Society

 

Thursday October 4th, 2018

11.00am - 3.30pm (Refreshments and lunch included)

 

THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY

30 Tabernacle Street

London

EC2A 4UE

Heartfulness tai chi, meditation, self-compassion workshop (master class)

The Heartfulness Project is an integrative mind-body training for individuals who have heart issues - emotional and/or physical. Designed initially for those suffering from physical heart conditions, or those at risk. Developed by Dr Maya Campbell, research scientist and mindfulness teacher and clinical psychologist Dr Tamara Russell, the course draws on the lived experience of Maya Campbell who had a heart attack leading to heart failure. Subsequently, she gave evidence at the All Party Parliamentary Select Committee on Heart Failure and argued for the need for greater psychological support for heart patients. Dr Tamara Russell, Director of the Mindfulness Centre of Excellence, brought her expertise in creative co-design of mindfulness programs to develop an innovative program which started from the experience of the participants.

Learning Objectives of the Workshop

1)Learn more about mindful co-design, integrative approaches

2)Understand how the practices activate and soothe from a neuroscience and physiological perspective

3)Learn how to “Get into the green” exploring a variety of self-soothing exercises

4)Have a solid tool to take away and implement immediately in your life

 

 

Compassion and Minfulness based approaches to Wellbeing and Health.