.begin – Start date Thursday 26th April

 

Dates - Thursday26th April - Orientation
3rd May - Session 1
10th May - Session 2
17th May -Session 3
24th May - Session 4
31st May HALF TERM
7th June - Session 5
14th June - Session 6
21st June - Session 7
28th June - Session 8
5th July - Catch up (if session is cancelled due to illness or broadband failure)
Cost per personStandard (£195 + VAT)
Group (£175 + VAT)
Supported (£150 + VAT)
LocationFrom home

.begin is a new 8-week mindfulness course for those who either work in a school or work within an educational setting on a regular basis.  It combines the convenience of an online course that you can complete in the comfort of your own home with the intimacy of live, face-to-face delivery. Apart from the benefits you might find in practising mindfulness, those who complete the .begin course and continue to practise mindfulness on a regular basis can then qualify for further training to teach either our .b curriculum (for 11 – 18 year-olds) or Paws b (for 7 – 11 year-olds). 

For more information about .begin please click here.

After a 30-45 minute orientation on Thursday 26th April, .begin takes the form of 8 weekly sessions of approximately 90 minutes, from 7.30 – 9.00pm. There will also be home practice of around 20 minutes per day.

To find out if your schools is eligible to apply for a MiSP supported place please click here.

If you agree to the Terms & Conditions for booking and attending a .begin course, please complete the application form below.

.begin Application

Please read the following questions carefully, and respond as fully and accurately as possible.
Please select the .begin course you are applying for*
Emergency Contact name and number whilst on the course:
To secure a place payment is due within 2 days of receiving the invoice.
To secure a place payment is due within 2 weeks of receiving the invoice.
Please provide the name and address of the organisation and the contact name and email address of the person we should send the invoice to:

While .begin is intended as a general introduction to mindfulness for personal well-being, mindfulness is not for everyone. In particular, people who have recently experienced trauma or bereavement, or severe physical or mental illness, should consult with their GP or other medical adviser before undertaking any form of mindfulness training or practice.

For more information, please read the following article by Ruth Baer and Willem Kuyken.

If you wish to discuss any concerns you might have about the .begin course in this respect, please contact enquiries@mindfulnessinschools.org

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