Mindfulness for Life (sometimes referred to as MBCT-L) is a course designed to cultivate mindful awareness of our body, emotions and mind so that we can live our lives with a greater sense of wellbeing, kindness and resilience. It is an evidence-based course, developed in the light of research at Oxford University and other leading research centres.
It has two main intentions: to offer you some skills to meet life’s challenges and difficulties, both internal and external; as well as skills to develop more awareness and appreciation of the pleasant moments in life that we can often overlook. In other words, to respond more skilfully to all of life’s inevitable ups and downs.
This course is not being offered as a treatment for any specific physical or psychological conditions. Please do not sign up for this training if you are currently experiencing severe problems in these areas.
What happens after I complete the course?
I am a mindfulness practitioner and MBCT teacher with a background in long-term care for aging and industry. I benefit from mindfulness practices personally and I am inspired from MBCT courses. I regularly facilitate MBCT programme in public, schools, universities, workplaces, and hospitals in Taiwan. Witnessing first-hand the positive impact on participants, I have deep interest in broadening access to MBCT courses in Chinese population to promote their welfare.