"Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and nonjudgmentally" (Jon Kabat-Zinn).
You might have come across mindfulness before. Perhaps you read about it, know someone who tried it, you even downloaded an app which you had the intention to use but never did. You might even have subscribed to a course but couldn't complete it for whatever reason.
Although it might seem easy - 'just stay in the present moment' - the journey of mindfulness could be a tricky one. Everything in this busy world wants a piece of your attention, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by that and to lose focus.
Mindfulness can support your wellbeing, or offer you the space you need to breathe or to find out where to go next. It might bring resilience, more focus and concentration, perhaps improved sleep and less anxiety. Everyone's experience and journey is different, so I can't promise all of this is going to happen.
However, we find that if you embark on this journey with a teacher or with a group, then the obstacles become smaller and smaller.
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