Welcome to Mindfulness Wakefield. We are here to provide mindfulness and meditation sessions to people in the Wakefield area. By offering a range of classes, from “drop in” meditations, to formal structured programmes, we want to make available the benefits of mindfulness to everyone.
Introduction to Mindfulness Course, 1 June
From 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Find out more by clicking here. Feel free to turn up and pay on the door.
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Retreats are a great way of deepening your practice. Read about them here.
For a gentle yoga and mindfulness retreat in November in Crete, we are contributing to the Journey to the Heart Retreat.
If you are looking for a longer mindfulness retreat, suitable for those with a regular meditation practice, check out The Mindfulness Network’s retreats. There are two running in August in Ackworth near Pontefract.
Mindfulness Sitting Group meets almost every Tuesday at 6.30 pm at the Mindfulness Centre. Check our calendar. Suggested donation £5 per session (or £3 for concessions) – you can just turn up and pay on the night.
Introduction to Mindfulness
If you want to know a little more about mindfulness, but you are not read to commit to a daily practice, this introductory course could be for you.
Mindfulness for Life
This is an introductory course that is run at different locations. It is an introductory course covering a range of topics in mindfulness. The intention is to help people live more mindfully, and reduce the impact of stress on their lives. Check our calendar.
Mindfulness in the Workplace
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
This is a more in-depth course. Participants engage in regular mindfulness practices, up to 45 minutes a day. Many people find this a transformative experience. This is run on demand when there are enough people interested. Contact Lynne if you are interested.
Mindfulness Based Compassion
Self-compassion is something that we are often not very good at, and this causes many issues. Many if not most people are their own worst critic. Mindfulness Based Compassion courses help you develop a kinder attitude to yourself and others, and this can alleviate a lot of stress. Contact Ken if you are interested.
Mindful Movement with Five Elements Yoga
Movement is an important way of developing mindfulness. Five Elements Yoga is a gentle movement practice, similar to Qi Gong. It can be done standing or sitting in a chair.