Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course

Thinking Healthy



“Worldwide, tens of thousands of people have accepted this invitation. They are a lot like you and me, and they’ve learned to integrate these methods into their everyday lives. The Centre for Mindfulness, which developed MBSR, notes that “three decades of published research indicates that the majority of people who use these methods were assisted in the following ways:”

  • An increased ability to relax
  • Reductions in pain levels and an enhanced ability to cope with pain that may not go away
  • Greater energy and enthusiasm for life
  • Improved self-esteem
  • An ability to cope more effectively with both short and long-term stressful situations.”
  • Reduction of stress, anxiety and depressive symptoms
  • An increased ability to relax
  • Enhance cognitive performance e.g. concentration, memory and processing speed
  • Improved study and work performanceImprove relationships and overall wellbeing


Trainer John Julian from ‘Thinking Healthy’


Upwey in the Dandenong Ranges


The course will commence on Wednesday the 30th of October 7.30pm


Contact John to register your interest
Cost $400


Visit ‘Thinking Healthy’
Contact Michelle at melts2009@hotmail.com or John at jjulian2@bigpond.net.au

3 thoughts on “Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course

    • That would be a good idea – bu-ut, in my experience, there is an interaction dimension, a person to person transmission, when learning the practice of ‘mindfulness’. I encourage the people I work with to attend Meditation Class at the Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute nearly where I live and work in Tecoma. And the ‘effects’ of consistent mindfulness practice are astounding. I would need to think at length and deeply about how to design a ‘mindfulness’ online training program – that is both enlightening and effective. Good to meet you Rupa Coach. Go the Authentic Life … Peace Out. Imogen

      • Thank you for your beautiful response! Have you heard of Vipassana meditation. I have attended a 1- day course. Indeed a consistent mindfulness practice is probably one of the most important practices one can adopt for one’s well-being. Good to meet you too, Imogen! I hope you can reach out to more and more people to attend Meditation classes. This is a wonderful initiative. Peace and Happiness to you.

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