Join Huw Griffiths from Mindfulness Bath to take time to wander in the green space of Sydney Gardens.
Mindfulness is paying attention, in the present moment, and without judgment. It is a way of bringing us back in touch with ourselves so that we can relate directly to whatever is happening in our lives right now with acceptance, curiosity, and non judgment.
Practical and simple to learn, easy to use and yet the benefits are immense. Mindfulness helps us to see more clearly our habitual reactions to pressure and stressful events and in each moment we discover ways of responding that are more accepting, kinder to ourselves and less damaging to our health and happiness.
Mindfulness Walks are taking place in Sydney Gardens in a series of 4 week blocks this summer.
Come along to one to try it out, or sign up for all four weeks at a time.
The sessions will start with an introduction to Mindfulness with Huw and then practice and reflection in the Gardens
Age: 14yr+ Any under 18s must be accompanied by and responsible to an adult.
Meeting point confirmed on booking
You will be able to choose where you go in the park, so if needed you can keep to level surfaces
There are accessible public toilets in Sydney Gardens (20p)
Getting to the park:
You can walk to Sydney Gardens from the City Centre in around 15 minutes.
There are bus stops near the park:
Routes, 11, 64, 94, D1. Also the 734, D3 run near the park
Stops: Holburne Museum, Forester Road, Darlington Road
Free parking is available around the edge of the park on Sydney Road (some bays are restricted to 2 hours, some are 4 hours between 8am to 6pm). They are often full, so leave plenty of time to find somewhere to park.
Sorry - no dogs!
Please contact us if you have any questions.
05 Jul 2019 at 6:30pm
until 05 Jul 2019 at 7:30pm