This course introduces participants to the practice of Mindfulness, a discipline that is effective in teaching how to manage emotions, increase awareness, and calm the mind, providing easy and natural access to bodily and mental well-being.
The practice is led by psychotherapists with specific training in the discipline of Mindfulness.
Mindfulness is a state of mind that is connected with particular qualities of attention and awareness that can be cultivated and developed through Vipassana meditation. This very ancient technique is able to raise awareness through paying attention to the unfolding of experience moment by moment with intention, in the present, in a nonjudgmental way.
Who is the course addressed to?
The course is addressed to those who:
wishes to begin a journey of knowledge of themselves, of the ways in which they deal with experiences;
wishes to get rid of the unnecessary suffering that a confused mind can cause;
wishes to improve their cognitive skills, attention and body balance;
suffers from Eating Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Somatoform Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Depressive Disorders.