MRE Masterclass (& Level 2 pathway): Approaching Difficulty; Compassionate Inquiry.

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 6 Jan 2018 until 7 Jan 2018
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Location
Luther King House

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Due to a number of cancellations we needed to postpone this event to January.

The venue may be Luther King House but we will confirm this closer to the time – it may be in a North Manchester venue.

 

Please book via Eventbrite by clicking here.

Note that you can avoid the £11 booking fees by selecting the ‘free’ ticket option and we will contact you about how to pay us directly.

 

This master class explores creating the safe learning environment within which mindfulness course participants can begin to turn toward difficulty with self-compassion and with growing self-confidence.

Intrinsic to this is the inquiry process and the master class develops the capacity of the mindfulness teacher to meet moments of intensity in inquiry with openness, resilience and compassion. The training includes safe, simple and incremental mindfulness and compassion practices that can be offered to participants to help cultivate their capacity to approach and become more open to moments of difficulty.

Dan Siegel’s Window of Tolerance model offers a helpful framework for helping clients work effectively with difficulty between the extremes of hyper- and hypo-arousal. We explore using this model in the context of mindfulness teaching and inquiry.

 

This workshop is one of the 3 that forms the MRE Level 2 training pathway.
These are open to anyone who has completed Level 1 of a recognised mindfulness teacher training programme (e.g. MBSR, MBCT, Breathworks, .bF) or who has attended all three
Level 1 Mindful Resilience Enhancement workshops.

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