Tell me about the Exmouth Mindfulness course

The Exmouth Mindfulness Course

The Exmouth Mindfulness course is based on the recommended industry standard, secular, course - which purely teaches the effective techniques.  It is designed for anyone looking to thrive in life - and is especially helpful for those with current low levels of depression or anxiety. 

Mindfulness and MBCT (Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy) courses are run via 

Summary Outline of the Exmouth Mindfulness Course

The standard course usually follows a set format of 6-8 group sessions, and each session comprises of:-

  • One or two directly experienced guided practices in Mindfulness.
  • Group reflection.
  • Simple exercises.
  • Home experiments to try.

Week 1 - Automatic Pilot

Recognising the difference between presence and being caught up in automatic pilot.

Week 2 - Dealing with Barriers

Letting go; allowing things to be just as they are. 

Week 3 - Mindfulness of the Breath

Quick Mindfulness practices to use anytime, anywhere, to calm ourselves down at will.  Now it becomes obvious how Mindfulness easily fits in to our daily routine. 

Week 4 - Staying Present

We start to effortlessly build Mindfulness around our busy schedule.

Week 5 - Allowing/Letting Be

Playing with accepting what is; consciously choosing how to approach challenges.

Week 6 - Thoughts are not Facts

Questioning just how accurate our thoughts really are.  

Week 7 - How can I best take care of myself?

Moving from 'doing' to 'being' mode after an extremely busy day.

Week 8 - Handling future challenges

At this point, we are feeling so good we are certain we can handle anything.  So we plan how to 'remember' all we have learnt and ensure that we can.

Mindfulness isn't difficult. 

What's difficult is to remember to be mindful.

John Teasdale (one of the Founders of MBCT)

What to consider before attending this Mindfulness course?

If you are currently in therapy, or are alcohol or substance dependent, you are advised (not discouraged) to discuss attending this course with your doctor first.

If you are in serious physical pain, you are advised to consult your doctor with a view to being referred on to an MBSR (Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction) course.  These courses can be available on the NHS.

What can I realistically achieve from this course?

How to completely switch off from busyness.  How to better handle situations.  How to calm yourself down at will.  Various very effective practices that can be used anywhere, anytime to improve your wellbeing.

With sufficient practice, this will change your life for the better entirely!

What happens after the Exmouth Mindfulness course?

All audio practices are for you to keep, and you are highly encouraged to continue to regularly practice at home.

Further group practice sessions are available, and one-to-one sessions are also an option.

Ready to attend a course?  Click the email link above, and we'll reply with all you need to know!  We look forward to hearing from you!

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