Present Pause Mindfulness Course for Coaches 24th September -29th October 2014

24th September – 29th October weekly 17.00-19.00
Brighton, United Kingdom

Present Pause is a short six week course in Mindfulness.Allowing two hours to spend time with yourself in the company of other coaches. If you are open to experiencing formal and informal mindfulness practices which will raise your awareness of the threads of commonality between mindfulness and coaching, then join this specially designed course.These 6 evening sessions will offer you

  • the opportunity to “Pause” and sit in your own presence
  • bring individual quiet time into your life with an increased awareness of the subtle benefits
  • a sense of control over your own health and wellbeing
  •  changing perspectives of your life and your way of being with self, clients and the unknown
  • deeper understanding of coaching competencies; listening to self in the moment, noticing nuances of communications, working with thoughts and emotions
  •  a self directed commitment to stretching your own personal and professional boundaries; deeper understanding of acceptance, choice and change
  • being who you are with acceptance and solid ownership and responsibility taking, which can be modelled and shared in work, rest and play
  • using embodied mindfulness with clients

Before we start

There will be an introductory telephone conversation prior to beginning the course. Each participant will  have the opportunity to hold a conversation with Dorothy whereby she can check  whether this is a suitable time for you to commit to the course. You will be able to ask questions and talk about the practicalities of attending the course.

Dates for your diary-

24th September, 1st October, 8th October, 15th October, 22st October and 29th October.

Time to arrive –

Arrival  16.45  beginning session at 17.00  – 19.00

What to bring –  Exercise mat, warm cover, cushion or pad or meditation stool

Do call on 01293 550 835 to discuss.




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