What our participants say
This mindfulness course gives you a different view on the world around you. It gives you a different attitude towards the world you live in. It’s intellectually challenging and physically relaxing. It helps get your mind away from such a busy world. I highly suggest this course for people of my age.
Stephan has a rare tallent: he blends outstanding skills, amazing compassion and listening abilities. He brought to us in less than 3 months a lot of actionable and relevant techniques that became part of our lives. I couldn’t have gone through the many changes in my life in the same positive way without him. Thank you very much Stephan.
During my mindfulness course with Stephan I have learned many different easy ways to increase my mindfulness and my well-being. It has been a very insightful course that has helped me to realise the positive impact of meditation. Stephan has been extremely understanding and supportive. A great experience.
Stephan’s mindfulness course provides the support and real-life framing for discovering and maintaining your mind’s innate focus and calm.
This course allowed me to gain a completely new perspective on many aspects of daily life. It is rewarding on a personal level and can change your outlook completely.
Mindfulness is a practice that everyone is talking about these days.
The course is a way to bring awareness of things and moments you normally ignore with the busy life we all have.
It’s a great way to ease your mind.
I enjoyed this mindfulness class very much. I gained knowledge of relaxing, calming emotions and self-confidence. I was very satisfied to have followed this mindfulness class.
I decided to inaugurate this site with some thoughts on how to make “Practice a Habit”, which is one of the aims that we start to establish early on in a mindfulness course. Regular mindfulness practice is core to re-wiring our brains so that unhelpful habits are replaced by more helpful ones and we see positive changes in our life on a long-term basis. However, there is little guidance in the mindfulness literature on how to establish a strong daily practice. For example, Jon Kabat-Zinn  says: We have to make the time to practice and that does take some […]