Mindfulness for Pain and Discomfort: A 6-Week Training Course
The best way out is always through
Mindfulness is an ancient form of mind training backed by a wealth of fascinating neuroscience. As well as providing practical methods for cultivating optimum mental and emotional health, it is also a highly-effective way of managing chronic pain and physical discomfort.
Clinical trials have shown that Mindfulness meditation can reduce chronic pain by 57%. Accomplished meditators can reduce it by over 90%. The skills developed through Mindfulness training can help manage a wide range of diseases such as cancer (and the side effects of chemotherapy), heart disease, diabetes and arthritis. It is also used for back pain, muscular pain, migraine, fibromyalgia, coeliac disease, chronic fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome and even multiple sclerosis.
These simple methods are also effective in reducing the anxiety, depression and emotional reactivity which often accompanies physical discomfort.
This 6-Week Training Course is for anyone interested in discovering not only a more natural and holistic way to manage their pain and discomfort, but for those keen to discover a brand new relationship to life, in spite of their circumstances.
Dates: Tuesday 19th March 2019 to Tuesday 23rd April 2019
Time: 7pm – 8.30pm
Venue: The Meeting Room, Onchan Community Centre, School Road, Onchan.
How to book your place: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive registration details or call 376856 for more information.
Mike Kewley is a Teacher of Mindfulness based on the Isle of Man where he offers courses, workshops, retreats and private sessions. He has been a practitioner of Meditation for over 20 years and is the eldest son of Meditation Master Dhammachariya Pannadipa.
Mike has offered Mindfulness Training to Manx Cancer Help, Hospice IOM, Mannin Sepsis, Arthritis Care Ellan Vannin, The MS Society and The ME Society as well as a wide range of companies and businesses.