MBSR Program (8 Weeks)


Learn how to be aware & present in each moment of life.



The course participants meet every week in person or live online for eight weeks time for 2.5 hours weekly for eight weeks, There is also an “All- day” class (a silent retreat day) between the 6th and 7th week on a weekend day, from 8:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Participants will receive a course workbook for completing various exercises and for study purpose. Aim of the Course: To learn how to be fully aware and present in each moment of life and experience a more enjoyable, vivid, and fulfilling life. It requires gently turning towards what is present, even when it is unpleasant and difficult, and ‘being with’ whatever is there in the moment. This can be challenging for some people, so you need to discuss it with your MBSR Teacher if you are unsure if it is the right time for you to take the course. The eight-week course is based upon the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program, developed in the United States by Jon Kabat Zinn. It is also built up from our personal experiences of mindfulness practice, and we hope that it will provide rich sources of inspiration for you. Over the subsequent eight sessions, we will be developing a solid foundation of mindfulness. What is mindfulness? Jon Kabat-Zinn, one of the founders of MBSR, defines mindfulness as: “the awareness that unfolds as we pay attention, on purpose, in the present moment.”

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Session 1: What is Mindfulness? There is more right with us than wrong
Session 2: Perception and creative responding: How we perceive the world and ourselves Session 3: Mindfulness of the Breath and the Body in Movement: There is both pleasure and power in being present.
Session 4: Learning about our Patterns of Stress Reactivity: Wherever you go, there you are.
Session 5: Working with Stress: Mindful Responding Instead of Reacting
Session 6: Stressful Communications – Interpersonal Mindfulness
Session 7: Lifestyle Choices – How can I best take care of myself?
Session 8: A Mindful Life – Keeping Your Mindfulness Alive


According to Mindful Academy, In recent years, meditation has been the subject of controlled clinical research. This suggests it may have beneficial effects, including stress reduction, relaxation, and improvements to the quality of life. In the eight-week MBSR course, we support participants to:
– Explore new possibilities
– Cultivate observation
– Grow compassion
– Move to acceptance
– Discover embodiment