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Mindfulness Taster Sessions 

If you would like to find out a little more about mindfulness and mindfulness practices, a taster session is a good place to start. I offer short, interactive sessions that can be tailored to the needs of your community group, social group or workplace.  If you would like more information, please send me a message by clicking on the link below.

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Online Mindfulness Practice Sessions 

If you are new to mindfulness, these sessions are a chance to experience some mindfulness practices and learn a little bit about what mindfulness involves. If you already have some experience of mindfulness meditation, these sessions are an opportunity to nurture your intention to continue practicing by connecting and sitting with others on a regular basis. 

The sessions are all 'drop-ins' and you don’t have to attend each week. They are also completely free, but you may wish to make a donation to your teacher in the spirit of dana / generosity. Please click on the link below for more information.

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MBCT was developed to help people who have suffered from depression in the past, learn skills to help reduce the risk of depression returning. It combines cognitive therapy principles with the cultivation of mindfulness practices.

MBCT courses are delivered to groups by teachers who have been trained to teach the MBCT programme. Participants meet together as a class, either in person or online,  two hours a week for eight weeks, with the option to meet for a one 'all day' session between weeks 5 and 7.  The main learning is done at home between classes, where you are encouraged to 'tend the seeds' of your mindfulness practice six days a week. If you would like more information about joining an MBCT course with Just One Thing, please send me a message by clicking on the link below. 

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We can all benefit from mindfulness whether we are experiencing difficulties or not.  Developing  a greater awareness of how the mind becomes tangled in its likes and dislikes, striving for some things whilst rejecting others, opens the way to nurturing greater stabilityhappiness and peace.

More information will be available about this course soon.


Engaging in hobbies including arts and crafts is very good for our wellbeing. Many activities also lend themselves well to the development of mindfulness skills and attitudes. For example cultivating attention to the present moment, tuning in to our senses, curiosity, patience and concentration. 

In time, I am hoping to offer some mindful arts and craft activity sessions in the Derbyshire Dales. The intention would be to nurture wellbeing and companionship, rather than the creation of great works of art. If you are interested in this idea, and/or have some time and skills to offer, please do get in touch!

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