Includes: 8 weekly sessions and a silent retreat day after session 5
Group size: 10-24
Prerequisite: No prior mindfulness experience requires
Where: Online via Zoom
Time: 6-7:30 pm (CET)
Dates & price: Look at the Registration tab
Course book: “Mindfulness: a guide to finding peace in a frantic world”, to be purchased ahead of the course starting
About the teachers Laura Larsson
is a qualified mindfulness teacher and trained to teach the Frantic World Mindfulness Course at the University of Oxford Centre for Mindfulness. She follows the Good Practice Guidelines for teaching mindfulness-based courses as laid out by the British Association for Mindfulness Based teaching.
Laura is from the UK but moved to Sweden last year. Laura understands Swedish fairly well and hopes this will be supportive to the group. She has been meditating for many years and is regularly attending training, meditation retreats and courses. Mira Schneider
was first introduced to mindfulness in 2015 during an 8-week MBSR course. Finding that mindfulness practice had an enormously beneficial impact on her life and wellbeing, she has been practicing secular and Buddhist meditation ever since. Inspired to spread the benefits of mindfulness further, Mira trained to become an MBCT mindfulness teacher at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre in 2019. Since then, Mira has taught mindfulness courses and drop-in sessions to university students, doctors, and the general public. Mira has a background in Psychology, a doctorate in Population Health and works as a public health researcher at Oxford University.