Mindfulness - a taster for science professionals

Aim:This course will introduce participants to mindfulness as a tool for enhanced self-effectiveness through an improved sense of moment by moment awareness.
Provider: Andrés Martín Asuero & Amy Holden - Instituto EsMindfulness (link)
For:All PRBB residents
Language:English
Contents:

The practice of mindfulness is increasingly recognised as an effective method for improving self-management and reducing stress. Scientists’ achievement orientated work styles and rhythms can sometimes aggravate a tendency to disconnect from the present moment and lose perspective on priorities. This training, based on the MBSR* program, has been designed as an experiential and interactive workshop, aiming to guide participants towards self-reflection and self-regulation.

The course will be based on the MBSR* program developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn and will focus particularly on addressing the stress faced by scientists in their everyday working lives.
*Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

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Andrés Martín Asuero was trained in Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the University Medical Center, Massachusetts. He lectures and trains professional teams in personal development including stress reduction and self-mastery. Among his customers are large hospitals and health institutions.

Amy Holden is a Perinatal Psychologist and certified Mindfulness instructor.

COMMENTS FROM PARTICIPANTS:
"I entered for the first time in the world of mindfulness and I got surprised of how helpful it can be for your everyday life" 2018 Edition.
"Gives me a new scope of facing life and work" 2017 Edition.





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Participants should dress comfortably as the workshop will include some simple stretching exercises.


For any questions or comments please email intervals@prbb.org.




Finished editions:

29th May & 5th June 2019
14th & 21st June 2018
11th & 25th January 2017
3rd & 10th February 2016
16th & 23rd September 2015
16th & 23rd October 2014
30th September & 3rd October 2013
20th and 27th September