Courses and Events

For details of our bimonthly mindful meet up group in Bishops Stortford follow this link:

All events are delivered by a UK listed mindfulness teacher UKMN_2017_18_MAY Read more about the teacher here

January 2018

Eight Week Mindfulness-Based Living Course (MBLC)                                            

When: Saturday 27th January – Saturday 17th March 2018 at 11.30am-1pm

Where: Rhodes Centre, Bishops Stortford, East Herts, CM23 3JG.                                              

Cost: £240 (£185 concessionary/£210 Early Bird) per person for the 8 week course which includes 8 sessions in class,  course materials and guided meditations on a drop box file.

Book your place here:…/eight-week-mindfulness-based-living-course-tickets-32201148502

Read the Overview and Terms and Conditions for the MBLC here: MBLC Overview and Terms and Conditions 2018

By booking a place on this event you are agreeing to the terms and conditions as stated.

February 2018

Bishops Stortford Mindfulness Meet Up Group

When: Sunday 25th February 2018 10.30am – 12.30noon

What: Guided Silent Practice – Mindfulness Meet Up Group

Where: Parsonage Lane Community Hall, Church Manor, Bishop’s Stortford, CM23 5PY (Please note the hall is accessed by car from Church Manor NOT Parsonage Lane).

Cost: From £8 – book tickets here…/mindful-meet-ups-tickets-29953974143

Please check out other upcoming courses and retreats by following the location pages found under the course tab.


The Eight Week course can also be delivered on a one-to-one basis and the course can be delivered weekly or fortnightly to fit around your life.

Contact for more information on any of the courses or to enquire about one-to-one classes. You can buy your tickets for the group courses via the Eventbrite links.

For further details or to book a place contact Becky on


9 thoughts on “Courses and Events

  1. Hi, this is the perfect course I have been looking for but is too far for me to travel as I live in Warrington, near Manchester!
    I suffer from depression and anxiety and trying to get into mindfulness meditation but struggling with it!
    Can you please help or point me in the right direction
    Many thanks, kelly

  2. Hello My name is Norman Browning and I am 84years old and have been to Nepal
    three times and travelled in India and Korea in the war, I am interested in meditation and am also looking for the best way to meditate

    1. Hi Norman, there are many different branches of meditation. This website is all about mindfulness meditation which is a secular practice that involves paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally. The best place to start might be to read a little online on different types of meditation, deciding whether you want religious or secular, chanting or no chanting etc and then once you know what type sounds right for you look into either classes or buying a book on this type of meditation. Classes can support your practice but books are useful too if you have motivation and staying power. Hope that helps. Becky

  3. Research studies indicate that mindfulness can be a powerful tool to help lower symptoms of stress and anxiety.

    Many people who learn mindfulness become less anxious, more
    stimulated and experience less symptoms of stress.
    Mindfulness helps improve a person’s ability to concentrate, and become more engaged in their job.

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