Learn – grow – heal – start a love affair with yourself
The course consists of 8 weekly sessions with our fully qualified mindfulness teacher Jon Wilde. These courses are generally home visits and because of the one-to-one nature, the courses can use a bespoke element to make sure they fit your needs exactly, giving you the optimum benefit that mindfulness has to offer.
About Our Mindfulness Courses
We offer both one-to-one mindfulness lessons, in the comfort of your own home, and online mindfulness courses, which are of course available for people across the world and in any timezone.
Our mindfulness courses are designed to help with:
anxiety – depression – chronic pain – diabetes
relationships – addiction – creativity – mindfulness for business
…but we also teach mindfulness for a variety of other conditions. So please feel welcome to contact us if you’d like to discuss any issues you might be facing and we’ll be delighted to have a no-obligation informal chat about what we can do to help you.
The one-on-one mindfulness course with Jon has been an uplifting and mind-expanding experience, and I have taken away a lot from it. Jon is a very patient and genuinely caring teacher and I can whole-heartedly recommend this course.
The 1 on 1 course was perfect for me, ensuring that I could structure the course into my busy schedule. I would highly recommend the Brighton mindfullness centre , if you’re considering it – then look no further!
To be honest, I was a little nervous about doing a mindfulness course. I’d tried quite a few different things to conquer my social anxiety which began with panic attacks in my teenage years and continued in one shape or form through my twenties and thirties. What I loved about the course was that Jon led me gently from one stage to the other so that I never felt I was wading into deep water.
I found the teaching to be very supportive all the day and it was conducted in a warm and welcoming environment.
The difference it has made to my life is huge.
Now that I’ve had such a firm grounding in mindfulness practice, I’m confident that I can continue to be mindful in my life.
The course I did with Jon was such a pleasant surprise. I came to it with the idea that I needed to relax a bit more. I had the idea that mindfulness was all about relaxing and stopping your thoughts. Well I do feel a lot more relaxed now but I also realise that mindfulness is not about stopping thoughts. It’s more about realising a different way of being. Having done the course I feel a lot different about everything. I’m much more at ease in my own body. I’m happier in my work (graphic designer). I feel a lot closer to nature. I no longer spend my life looking back to the past and worrying about the future. I live life a lot more in the moment. That feels great. I’d highly recommend Jon as a teacher and highly recommend the Brighton Mindfulness Centre as a venue in which to learn about the practice. Thank you.
I really warmed to Jon as a teacher and got a lot out of the course, far more than I expected.
For a long time I’d been feeling that something wasn’t right in my life but I couldn’t put my finger on it. Jon helped me see that I very rarely lived in the moment. It was like I’d been living most of my live inside my own head.
I now feel so much more connected. To my own feelings. To my body. To other people. To the world in general.
I’m really glad I took the plunge and did the course. I now meditate daily.
I think it’s changed my life in an important way and I’ll always be grateful for that. In a few months I think I’ll be ready to do a graduate course. I’m excited about that.
I hardly knew anything about my mindfulness. My girlfriend saw the Brighton Mindfulness Centre course advertised and encouraged me to enrol on the 8-week course. It took me a couple of weeks to get over my cynicism but then the penny dropped. I starting to get the hang of the practice and even started enjoying the home practice of meditations. My life feels a lot lighter now. I worry less. My girlfriend tells me I’m a lot easier to live with. I hope I can stick with it because it seems to be doing me a lot of good.
Nice premises. Good teacher. Good course (eight weeks). I thought it was going to be dry and boring like the CBT course I did in 2013 to help with my depression. But Jon makes it very enjoyable. He explains things in an accessible way without being too serious. After a couple of weeks I realised I was looking forward to the sessions a lot. I haven’t had depression since the course finished and I take that as a sign that I should continue with meditation.