Increased Access 2 Psychological Support (ia2ps) are offering a 20 week mindfulness based living / walking course.
This course is fully funded by The Community Fund and is broken up into two sections, 10 weeks of Mindfulness and 10 weeks of walking mindfully in the beautiful surrounding area.
There will be a monthly Mindul Meditation Practice Group once the course is complete.
The course will be held in Cromarty House, Stranraer and will begin on Monday June 24 from 1pm – 3pm.
Those who feel isolated and lonely in Dumfries and Galloway and as a result experience depressions, low mood and or anxiety are encouraged to come along.
For further information on the Mindfulness Based Living course, contact ia2ps:
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