Mindfulness: An inquiry, a study and a practical application

So many people talk about mindfulness these days but what really is it and how can it help improve our lives? – Read on to find out and to get details for our introductory course.

What can mindfulness do for you?

  • Improved memory, creativity and attention span
  • Greater emotional resilience and physical wellbeing
  • Lower levels of anxiety, depression, exhaustion & irritability
  • Better management of addictive and self-destructive behavior
  • Improved heart health and even reduce ageing
  • Improved relationships with partners, family and those around you

If you are interested in digging deeper than theory by learning how to practically develop a better understanding around self-awareness then check out our helpful, practical course:



Introduction to Practical Philosophy and Mindfulness

Course Length: 9 weekly meetings (Lasting 2 hours)
Time: Choose from 9.30am or 7.15pm
Locations: Mt Eden and Hamilton
Cost: $165 ($115 for non-working students)

To find out our next intake head to our dates page


This course will include

  • Tools to increase mindfulness and self-awareness that are presented in a carefully constructed 9 week Introductory Course.
  • Regular practice of the techniques learned each week and simple direction to enable daily application.
  • A weekly summary of the session’s content and a guide for everyday use is provided.
  • Support and guidance from experienced tutors.
  • *The topic of mindfulness is also covered in more depth during courses that follow this one.

    What is mindfulness?

    “Perhaps the simplest way to describe it is to say that mindfulness is the practice of paying attention: knowing where our attention is and being able to choose where to direct it”
    – (Dr C Hassed: Mindfulness For Life)


    If you would like to get in touch please head to the contact page.

    “I have developed patience, faith, freedom from mental distress of all kinds, and an inner peace that has enabled me to face what ever life throws up with a kind of steadiness of being that I once would not have thought possible.” – Course Participant