Spend a Saturday morning (9am-12pm) at one of Mindspace’s half-day retreats in Old St, Central London, where you can learn gentle, relaxing, mindfulness exercises. Train your mind to be more present, focused, peaceful and happy. Book online below. Suitable for beginners or a great refresher for those with some experience.
Upcoming Dates in London for 2019
Mindful-to-Go: Saturday, November 9th, 2019, 9am-12pm. (this retreat is now in Richmond. please find details here.)
The Mindful-to-go retreat will include, guided practices, teaching, discussion, Q&A, refreshments & snacks.
9am: Arrival, Refreshments, and Introduction
9.15am-10.30am: – Session 1
Refreshments and Discussion
10.50am-12pm: – Session 2
Your place also includes e-resources that you access via phone or computer.
Location for your Retreat
Bunhill Meeting House, Quaker Court, Central London, EC1Y 8QQ (several minutes walk from Old St Tube).
Mindspace in London
Take time out and learn to:
– Increase Focus
– Develop Emotional Intelligence
– Improve Concentration
– Enhance Well-Being
– Reduce Depression
– Increase Confidence
Read reviews, from previous courses here.
Secure Booking and Payment via PayPal: £35.00 per person (plus small booking fee.)
Saturday, May 11th, 2019
Saturday, November 9th, 2019
Is the session suitable for beginners?
Yes definitely, it is designed for beginners in mind, whilst being engaging and a new presentation for those with experience.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The venue is a short walk from Old St Tube.
Plan your journey with TFL.
What can I bring to the event?
Comfortable, casual clothing.
In general, seating is on chairs. Feel free to bring a meditation cushion if you wish to sit on the floor.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Do I need a ticket?
Upon payment you will receive an e-ticket, please bring this with you and show upon arrival, you do not need to print it out, you can show via your phone.
What’s the refund policy?
If you cancel one month before the event starts you are welcome to a full refund, or you can transfer your place onto the next retreat.
Within one month of the event if you choose to cancel and there is a waiting list. We will invite those on the waiting list to your place. If your place is taken then you will receive a full refund.
More information about the teacher?
Click here for teachers bio.
In this Mindful-to-go workshop, we’re learning how to practice mindfulness during our busy day.
We will learn a series of short mindfulness practices.
One of the first obstacles for practitioners is thinking that they don’t have time. When they realise they can practice one-minute mindfulness, they start to feel excited and energised.
It’s possible to gain experience of meditation and mindfulness within our own life.
Of course, we can read about it, watch videos, travel to Eastern countries, read books, download apps, but attending a live retreat can give us a boost of confidence, where we can discover how to gently bring mindfulness into your life. Meet with like-minded practitioners and discuss our experience in a supportive, relaxed environment.
In this Mindful-to-go retreat, you will learn ten different guided practices.
After the retreat, you will be able to practice on your mobile & online, download and enjoy.
The practices that you learn are very dynamic, they can be practised in many different areas of your life.
You can be sitting down in a formal setting, on a bus or tram, standing up somewhere, waiting in a queue, walking, waiting.
With creativity, you can learn to engage in the practices in a variety of locations, places, scenarios and make progress in naturally reducing stress and anxiety.
The practices we will learn on this retreat are brief and short – easy to memorise and practice.
The mental technology is here to help you become more mindful.
You will develop an authentic experience inside of you that can benefit you, your friends, family, and society.
Learning how to be present is the essence of Mindfulness. Drawing yourself into the moment. Recognising our stress is coming from worrying about the future and the past
When we start to engage in meditative practices it can seem quite extreme, having to engage in long practices and subscribe to a particular doctrine or tradition. With this mindfulness training, we’re looking at a practice to naturally bring us into the present moment.
Often we are not here. We live in a world of multi-tasking. Mindfulness brings us into the present moment.
It’s very rare to be completely present. This retreat and the training of the mind you learn will help get you started.