Mindfulness can help you develop a wiser, more kindly way to manage the challenges of living with cancer, so that you can be more fully present in your life as it unfolds from day to day. We’re running two eight week courses in Bristol with the National Centre for Integrative Medicine.

These eight week mindfulness courses are specially adapted for people experiencing stress, anxiety or low mood following a cancer diagnosis, and for those who are supporting them. The courses take place over eight weekly two-hour sessions, with an optional whole day retreat. You’ll learn a range of mindfulness meditation, gentle movement and daily living exercises, as well as receive
materials to practice at home.

Who should attend?
Anybody who has been diagnosed and is living with cancer, or who is supporting a friend or family member. We wouldn’t recommend the course at this time if you’re experiencing severe, overwhelming distress, or side-effects of treatment which could affect your ability to attend regularly.

Upcoming dates and locations
Tuesday 3 March – 21 April, 6pm-8pm – Greenway Centre
Thursday 23 April – 11 June, 2.30pm-4.30pm – Trajectus Way

To book
Please get in touch with NCIM to find out more and to arrange a meeting with the course tutor. You can contact the centre on 0117 370 1875 or email enquiries@ncim.org.uk

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