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Mindful Communication: 3-Week Course - Linlithgow

  • The Old Pavilion at Linlithgow Cricket Ground Edinburgh Road Linlithgow, EH49 6AB United Kingdom (map)

This 3-week course will focus on mindful communication - how we can bring a mindfulness focus into our relationships. If we practice mindfulness, what effects might there be on those around us? We look at mindful speech and deep listening, and consider how to bring these into our daily lives. 

Our three weeks look like this:
Week 1 - Communication with Self - learning to listen to ourselves more deeply, which helps us to better connect with others
Week 2 - Deep Listening - listening is such a fundamental part of our communication with loved ones - but how often are we distracted, or trying to formulate our response? In this session, we learn to truly listen
Week 3 - Speaking Truly - when we speak from the heart we speak mindfully

The course is £35. For concessions (OAPS and students) this price is £28. Please only select this rate if you fall into one of these categories. Please don't let cost put you off, I am able to offer subsidised places - contact me on susie@pauseandbreathe.co.uk to discuss further.

This course is suitable both for beginners and experienced practitioners, although having some understanding of mindfulness will be useful.

Cushions, chairs or yoga mats will be provided. You may wish to bring a blanket for additional comfort, and bring along thicker socks or slippers as we will have our shoes off. People sometimes find a notebook helpful, for personal journalling.

Please feel free to email me with any questions - susie@pauseandbreathe.co.uk - if you book directly through me, you'll avoid the booking fee via eventbrite.

Testimonials:
It was a gentle and heartfelt exploration of the art of communication
Some simple ideas which can make a massive difference
Susie held the space safely and knowledgeably for the exploration of mindful communication
It was good to take the time to myself and learn to express some repressed feelings