Melbourne Mindfulness Workshop

Mindfulness teachings can be a little complicated sometimes, either steeped in mythology or cloaked in psychobabble. If that works for you, great! If not, a workshop with Peace Through Mindfulness might be more up your alley.

Every time I teach, my goal is to show you the way to mindfulness as simply and quickly as possible, so my workshops are practical and experiential, letting you easily learn how to bring your attention into the present moment. This will allow you to let thoughts come and go without bothering you, fully experience even challenging emotions and improve your overall quality of life.

To see how simply I explain mindfulness, check out the Uk’s favourite mindfulness ebook – Mindfulness Plain & Simple.

I haven’t taught in Melbourne for a while, so on Saturday the 18th of May, 2013, I will be returning to the Northcote Town Hall for a brand new mindfulness workshop that promises to be my most effective yet:

“What Frogs Can’t Teach You (isn’t worth knowing)…”

You may have noticed some frogs hanging around this website, and they’re not there just for their looks. Frogs are my mascot for another reason – they live in two worlds. Like these amphibians, mindfulness practitioners have one foot in the world of the mind and the other in this present moment, and in this practical, simple workshop, you will learn the skills needed to be as happy as a frog. To explain what you can expect at a Peace Through Mindfulness workshop, I recorded this hopelessly amateur video.

If you want to book, email me with your name, number and how many spots you’d like to book, as well as any questions you have about the workshop.

To book your spot, head to the contact page.

To hear how I conduct my mindfulness sessions, head to the guided meditation section of my blog.

And finally, to get a head start by getting a copy of my ebook, head to Amazon!

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