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New course provides enlightening lessons

New Mindfulness Courses Running in Leamington Spa Starting in June 2013

In today’s modern life people have to handle multiple tasks in the home front and also in their professional life. People struggle to balance work with personal life and there is pressure of competition everywhere. People are often deprived of the little pleasures life as they are always in a hurry to be the first in the rat race. Stress keeps soaring in their lives; they become worn out and can feel empty in their pursuit of happiness. This takes a serious toll on their health and numerous psychological and health issues crop up.

Mindfulness is fast growing in popularity as an approach that can instil self-determination, self discovery and help with pain and managing many problematic concerns such as confidence, self esteem, bad habits  like smoking, drinking, eating wrong foods, over spending, oversleeping etc. In other words through mindfulness a positive change in life can be brought about.

Brenda Bentley is a certified mindfulness teacher and has set up the Midlands Mindfulness Centre based in Royal Leamington Spa. The centre is based out of the  The Cloisters and offers people who are interested in learning mindfulness for positive living with her structured 6-week program.

Brenda Bentley is offering of introductory class on ‘Mindfulness for Positive Living’ is scheduled for Saturday, 8th of June, 2013 from 10am to 12pm at The Cloisters. Cost for two hours introductory session is £20 per person and includes light refreshments. Those who wish to learn more about the benefits of mindfulness should register for the course as space is limited. To get more information or register visit or contact Brenda Bentley on 01527 853 424.





Mindfulness is being endorsed and recommended as a frontline treatment for relapsing depression by the UK’s National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (National Institute of Clinical Excellence (2004). Depression: Management of Depression in Primary and Secondary Care. National Clinical Practice Guidelines, Number 23. London, HMSO. Updated 2009), and endorsed as proven to help with stress, anxiety, depression and addictive behaviours, and as having a positive effect on physical problems like hypertension, heart disease and chronic pain, by the Mental Health Foundation

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