MBSR- Mindfulness based stress reduction

Mindfulness-based stress reduction is an eight-week evidence-based program offering secular, intensive mindfulness training to assist people with stress, anxiety, depression and pain. 

The program offers a practical approach which trains attention, allowing us to cultivate awareness and to have more choices. MBSR uses a combination of mindfulness meditation, body awareness and exploration of patterns of behavior, thinking, feeling and action. 

The MBSR course offers a structured learning process, a kind of protocol, for practicing mindfulness and integrating the practice into our daily lives. The course is based on the practice of meditation, tools from cognitive psychology and neuroscience.

Course framework

8 weekly sessions lasting two and a half hours and a deepening day of silent practice.

Course / Module content

Session 1 – Exploring Mindfulness: There is More Right with Us then Wrong. 
Session 2 – How We Perceive the World and Ourselves
Session 3 – Being at Home in Our Own Body
Session 4 – What is Stress? 
Session 5 – Stress: Reaction or Mindful Response
Session 6 – Mindful Communication 
A Day of Mindfulness – Deepening the Practice in Stillness
Session 8 – Taking Care of Ourselves
Session 9 – Looking Backward, Going Forward

Next course starts 15.4.2023, in Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg.

Contact me for more details and registration.

Proven Benefits Of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Training

  • Increased brain activation in regions associated with positive thoughts and mood
  • Significant reduction in symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety
  • Reduction of psychosomatic symptoms
  • Getting out of disturbing thoughts loops 
  • Identify and change harmful habits and patterns
  • Strengthening mental resilience to face challenges
  • An increase in positive emotions such as empathy, compassion and patience
  • Cultivating mental flexibility
  • Improving learning abilities such as attention, memory and concentration
  • Develop the ability to cope more effectively with both short-term and long-term stressful situations, gaining insight into response rather than reaction
  • Improve your focus, resilience, and capacity to recover more quickly from challenging events

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