Mindfulness Courses MBCT/MBSR

We are offering a small, in-person course in Shoreham by Sea, with full Covid-19 safety measures including social distancing and a well-ventilated space which will also be a comfortable temperature. In case we are unable to continue on an in-person basis due to changing restrictions, the course will move online. We are therefore charging our online rate, which is lower than our normal in-person course fee.

In-Person at Shieldsman Houseboat, Shoreham 

With Carolyn Drake

Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)

for anxiety, stress and low mood. 

8-week course begins: Thurs 20 May, 7.00-9.00pm

Cost: £120/90 concessions

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We offer places at the concessionary rate to anyone with genuine need. For example, if you are a student, in receipt of state benefits, on a low pension, low wage, or financially impacted by Covid-19. We will not question your circumstances. 


Please bear in mind that to make our courses viable we need people to pay the full rate. If paying up front is difficult, you may arrange to pay in instalments.




Please contact us to arrange a booking at the concession rate or discuss options.

We also offer One-to-One 8-week Mindfulness Courses:

Get in-depth, personal guidance in your mindfulness practice from an experienced meditation teacher. Arrange dates and times that suit you.

  • We offer one-to-one Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy and Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction courses (8 x 2 hour sessions).

  • Or our one-to-one Love Mindfulness course (8 x 90 minute sessions)

  • If you'd like a shorter course we can arrange something to suit your needs.

Contact us for more details. 

Joining online courses

Our online courses are conducted via 'Zoom'. This is easy to use on a desktop, laptop or smart phone. Full details will be provided on booking and support will be given in setting up where needed.

Why would it help me to train in mindfulness now?
We live in challenging times. Learning  skills to support our health and wellbeing is more important than ever. 

Research shows that mindfulness training can help to alleviate stress and low mood. Stress is a natural response to threat that is essential for our survival, but it becomes unhelpful when overly dominant.

Mindfulness practice can help to settle the threat response and improve one's mood, bringing about a more open-minded and open-hearted way of being.

What can I expect from a mindfulness course?

You will be guided by an experienced and qualified mindfulness teacher.

You will be taught mindfulness practices and theory to help you relate more creatively to stress-factors and difficulties, developing more positive ways of being.


Sessions are conducted in a friendly and open atmosphere to encourage sharing and relationship building. 

"Inspiring. A reminder of what is available to us, when we

take notice"

"Supportive, safe space. Incredibly valuable opportunity to explore things with others. Inspiring leader. The group was really great. Lots of trust and good level of sharing."