Nottingham Mindfulness Group: Thursday's at Sobar
NMG meet every Thursday evening at Sobar in Nottingham City Centre. Fun, friendly drop-in style meetings that are a great opportunity to learn about Mindfulness in a really easy and informal way.
Just £5 per session (waged) or £3 (concession/unwaged)
** THE ATTENDEE LIST WILL BE KEPT PRIVATE FOR YOUR ANONYMITY **
We are a group for anyone interested in Mindfulness, either as a form of meditation or personal spiritual practice, or as a practical technique for living a better, calmer, more focussed and more productive life.
We will hold regular meetups every week which offer (in a friendly, relaxed and informal atmosphere) the opportunity to:
• learn more about Mindfulness
• try-out some Mindfulness techniques and methods of Mindfulness meditation
• meet and get to know other people who are interested in Mindfulness (or in meditation in general)
Our weekly meetings include talks by guest speakers, a period of Mindfulness meditation, film and video presentations, information about Mindfulness events, classes and courses that are happening locally, and the opportunity to chat with other group members socially over refreshments. All are welcome and membership is free.
Our meetings are casual and "open", and provide an opportunity to encounter Mindfulness in an easy and straightforward way.
Our Regular Weekly Meeting takes place in the Nottingham city centre (close to easy parking and full public transport links, including rail), usually on a Thursday evening from 7.00pm to 9.00pm.
You can find out more by visiting our website
Mindfulness is an ancient form of buddhist practice that is today widely recognised as an effective approach for increasing well-being, managing stress, pain and illness, improving our quality of life, improving relationships, and becoming better at whatever we choose to do. By becoming more mindful we can create the conditions that give us greater choice in how we respond to our experiences, thereby enabling us to have a rich and fulfilling life, even in difficult circumstances.
Mindfulness is simple and is for everyone. Whether you want to reduce stress, improve your performance, become a better leader, experience greater well-being, manage pain or change habits that are difficult to break, mindfulness training and regular mindfulness practice (even as little as 10 minutes a day) will help.