Mindfulness courses

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MS-UK understands the importance of having a healthy relationship with your mental wellbeing and is now offering two mindfulness courses. These courses are designed to help you live more consciously, with evidence that it can help people living with a chronic condition, such as multiple sclerosis (MS).

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is considered to be a state of consciousness, whereby you are aware of your body, thoughts and emotions, living ‘mindfully’ and alive to your experiences.

This can be achieved through practice, choosing where to place your attention, the awareness to thoughts and to reframe and respond skilfully rather than reacting negatively towards them.

There is now growing medical evidence of the benefits of mindfulness in alleviating stress and anxiety, and that stress and worry can contribute to the exacerbation of MS symptoms, relapses, the progression of the condition, and perhaps even to the onset of the condition itself.

What are the benefits you can expect from mindfulness?

  • Become more relaxed
  • Sleep better
  • Being more compassionate
  • Become more aware of your body
  • Making time for experiences in day to day life

Our mindfulness courses

We have two types of mindfulness courses running throughout the year that includes our eight-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course and our four-week mindfulness course.

Suggested donations

As with all our online activities, there is a suggested donation for both courses. For our eight-week course, the suggested donation is £40 and for the four-week course, there is a suggested donation of £20.

If you would like to know more about the mindfulness courses or when the next courses start, please email register@ms-uk.org

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