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Mindfulness in Prisons Project

by Mindfulness in Prisons in Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

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Mindfulness builds resilience in prison communities, through free training to develop a mindful culture on mental health to reduce crime

by Mindfulness in Prisons in Cambridge, England, United Kingdom

£10 or more

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Mindfulness E-book

As part of the Mindfulness in Prisons Project, we wrote a short book on mindfulness in the modern age. We are giving away 700 copies to the first-comers!

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A free episode of the 7-Minute Mindfulness Series

A free episode of the 7-Minute Mindfulness Series This is an audio series to support your personal understanding & experience of mindfulness, & what benefits it can have for you- whatever background Each episode has an introduction to mindfulness practice, a brief history of mindfulness, approximately 28minutes of guided exercises & a section to help you structure your own practice. There are a variety of titles are available to choose from

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Mindfulness in Prisons Project course materials

We created various resources as part of the training materials developed for the Mindfulness in Prisons Project, to support learning on the topic of mindfulness; and how to develop a personal understanding and experience of mindfulness. You'll receive the entire project manual, of over 8-weeks course content and different exercises for practising and understanding mindfulness, and how to apply it in daily life.

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Resource bundle - book, audio series & MiPP manual

The lot! You'll receive: > an episode of the 7Minute Mindfulness Series (INTRO, HISTORY, GUIDED PRACTICE & STRUCTURING YOUR MINDFULNESS ROUTINE) > Mindfulness in the modern age E-book > The Mindfulness in Prisons Project full course manual (OVER 8 WEEKS COURSE CONTENT, INCLUDING EXERCISE SCRIPTS)


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