Free Practices and Resources

 

Please see below practices that are being offered to support well-being in this time:

New drop-in sessions will be 9.30-10am Friday mornings, starting 26th June,  for guided meditation followed by an opportunity for some short reflection arising from the practice.  All welcome, whether you are new to mindfulness or already practise.  Join by Zoom here FridayPractice

Recordings of short practices can be found here: www.everydayspace.co.uk/audiotracks

A wide range of guided meditations, talks and articles can be found here:

http://www.freemindfulness.org/covid19

Free daytime practices can be found here: The Mindulness Network

Practices from local, Sussex-based teachers:

Practices with Ed Halliwell, Mindfulness Sussex

Practices with East Sussex-based trainers Annie Akasati & Carolyn Drake

May you be well...

​​Mindfulness is a way of being in the present moment, bringing a compassionate awareness to how you actually are at any given time.  This gives you an opportunity to be open to your experiences, to notice how you relate to them and gives you a choice in how you respond to them.  This promotes well-being and can give you space in which to connect with and "be" in your life.

 

So, if you are having thoughts or feelings related to stress, anxiety, chronic pain or low mood, mindfulness practice can enable you to start seeing these in a different light, cultivating curiosity, openness and kindness.  The aim is for mindfulness to work for you, to sustain your well-being and become part of your everyday life.

Please read through the different courses on offer and contact me to discuss further or to book.