Neston - More Mindfulness in Nature courses

New Mindfulness Contact in Nature Course After the successful Mindfulness in Nature courses run from Neston Community and Youth Centre last year. We are pleased to announce two further classes starting on Thursday 14th March 10am and 1pm. The courses are for 8 weeks and they are free of charge. Places are limited, please book early. Ideal for people who have stressful lives, want to increase confidence, or maybe having sleep problems. An enjoyable way to improve your wellbeing. If you know of anyone who might benefit please share this information Sponsored by Cheshire West and Chester Council and Mersey Forest To Book a place contact Clare at Mersey Forest 07787 152477 See previous blog

Mindfulness in School - Government Trial

Taken from uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/ Thousands of school children to practice mindfulness and meditation in a bid to improve mental health Marie Claire Dorking Yahoo Style UK5 Feb 2019, 11:26 Children in hundreds of schools will be taking part in mindfulness and meditation classes Thousands of children are set to practice mindfulness and meditation at school to help them cope with the “pressures of the modern world.” Pilot schemes in 370 primary and secondary schools have been introduced to test out alternative approaches to improving children’s mental health. The Department for Education revealed that the trial, which is due to run until 2021, will teach pupils mindfulness, relaxation and b

Feeling young at heart may help you live longer

Feeling young at heart may help you live longer POSTED DECEMBER 17, 2014, 2:54 PM , UPDATED AUGUST 05, 2016, 9:38 AM Heidi Godman Executive Editor, Harvard Health Letter I just celebrated a birthday, and not the kind women like to crow about. Let’s just say I’m mid-century modern. But I feel as young and as vibrant as ever. I have energy, a zest for life, and a real sense of purpose. And it turns out that this youthful feeling may pay off big-time. A research letter in JAMA Internal Medicine found that older people who felt three or more years younger than their actual (chronological) age had a lower death rate compared with those who felt their age or those who felt more than one year olde

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