This course is for anyone who wants to learn about Mindfulness and develop ways to create, build and maintain their wellbeing

Find out how mindfulness can help manage mild to moderate depression, including characteristics of sadness and melancholy. The approach taken by the tutors leading the course is inspired by the Mindfulness-Based-Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) programme which emphasises the importance of using mindfulness practices on an experiential level, with the body very much at the core, combined with a conceptual understanding of common symptoms and manifestations of depression, such as rumination, self-neglect, low self-esteem and often a lack of energy and drive. In order to benefit from the course a level of wellbeing and stability as well as a willingness to commit to practices at home is required. Please contact the course tutor if you need further information regarding suitability.

This is a six-week course, which will meet on Fridays starting with 31 May (during Honiton Events Week), and then again on 7 June, 14 June, 21 June, 28 June and 5 July.

Bookings are essential - applications for a place on this course can only be made through Lucy Melluish at Exeter College. Please contact Lucy on 01392 400566 or email lucymelluish@exe-coll.ac.uk

How much

Free.

Applications for this course can only be made through Lucy Melluish at Exeter College. Please contact Lucy on 01392 400566 or email: lucymelluish@exe-coll.ac.uk

 

When

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Where

Thelma Hulbert Gallery
Dowell Street, Honiton EX14 1LX
Dowell Street, Honiton EX14 1LX
EX14 1LX

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Parking

Parking available at Thelma Hulbert Gallery, as well as in Lace Walk and Dowell Street car parks

Who

Event aimed at adults.

Accessible gallery. Please visit thelmahulbert.com/visitaccessibility for more information.

Assistance dogs welcome

Further info

Lucy Melluish at Exeter College. Please contact Lucy on 01392 400566 or email: lucymelluish@exe-coll.ac.uk