Mastering Mindfulness

5th June 2023 12:00 BST

 

Our bodies are always here with us and can only ever be experienced in the present moment. Yet, we pay very little attention to them unless something goes wrong.   

Becoming more mindful of our bodies brings a whole host of physiological, emotional and mental health benefits. And in Louise’s second Recovery Zone session, she’ll cover: 

  • The positive effect of incorporating mindfulness into intense and gentle exercise  
  • How mindfulness can help you nourish your body and avoid injury during your fitness journey  
  • How you can begin to look forward to your workouts by practising mindfulness 

If you enjoyed Louise’s first webinar in May, come along to this second session to delve deeper into mindfulness and the specific ways it can help you feel fitter, stronger and healthier as you prepare for the next RigRun event.  

 

About the Speaker:
Louise is a coach, trainer and BAMBA Accredited Mindfulness Teacher who has more than 20 years of experience in the health industry. Through ‘The Mindful Professional’, she teaches a range of clients about the benefits of mindfulness and offers a range of online and face-to-face training sessions. Louise holds a PG Cert and Diploma in Mindfulness from the University of Aberdeen and has completed the UK Mindfulness Association’s MBLC teacher training programme (Mindfulness Based Living Course), and the University of Bangor’s MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) and MBCT (Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy) programmes.

 

Accessing this Webinar:
Join the webinar on 5 June at 12:00 BST here. And if dodgy WiFi gets in the way of you enjoying one of the webinars live, don’t panic. You can watch a full recording of the session later in our archive.

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