Maintaining Mindfulness

Mindfulness course

A unique course developed by qualified and experienced professionals. Informed by the latest neuroscience and grounded in long-established mindfulness traditions, this class is unique in Western Australia.

Great for both men and women.

This 8-week course combines three interrelated practices to support you to develop mindfulness in your life:

  1. Formal mindfulness practices (and discussion of key principles)
  2. Gentle stretching
  3. Meditation practices to develop positive emotions

We create a friendly and safe atmosphere. Everyone is welcome.

The benefits of this course include:

  • Understanding how to cultivate mindfulness in your daily life
  • Enhanced physical and mental well-being
  • Becoming stronger and more flexible
  • Feeling deeply relaxed and restored from the first class
  • Feeling calmer, lighter and more aware
  • Feeling happier and more resilient

Currently on hold til the virus subsides


“I very much enjoyed the mindfulness program… you have a lovely presence in your work.” Maggie – psychologist and consultant

“I have registered for your next course, which I am really looking forward to. I have found the combination of mindfulness, yoga and meditation to be enormously beneficial.” Julie – on signing up for her 5th course!

Conveniently located close to the Perth CBD. Come straight from work.

About the Facilitator

Kathryn Choules (PhD) Kathryn teaches mindfulKJC Portrait 2ness, compassion and other forms of meditation, motivated to support people respond to the challenges of modern living. She is the only person in WA offering public courses who is certified through the Medical School of the University of Massachusetts to teach Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction. She is recognised as a senior meditation teacher by Meditation Association of Australian (professional body for teachers of meditation).

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For information on public transport to the venues – Transperth

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