Four Day Course – Cost £550 Deposit £250 – includes all food and camping accommodation.
Tuesday 3rd – Friday 6th September 2019
This is a course for people who are interested in Mindfulness, want to learn more about it and want to learn how Mindfulness might benefit other people. This is not a counselling course and participants must understand the limits of what it is appropriate for them to do and when they should refer cases to professional agencies.
This course is aimed at Social Foresters, Social and Healthcare workers, Therapists, Teachers of Yoga, Tai Chi etc., or anyone who wants to combine mindfulness with working in nature settings. Led by Sabine Soosten, resident Mindfulness tutor and Social Forestry practitioner at the Woodland Skills Centre and by Penni Neale of Penni Neale Counselling and Supervision and Bob Neale, a Mental Health Nurse.
Learn about the benefits, principles and practice of Mindfulness
- Learn how woodland settings can enhance Mindfulness
- Discover how mindful practice can benefit woodlands
- Practice Mindfulness in conjunction with woodland management and green woodcraft activities
- Use Mindfulness to create harmonious group activity
- Know the legal obligations and duty of care in practice
Successful completion of the course earns 4 credits (each credit represents 10 hours of study – 30 hours on the course and 10 hours on the portfolio).