Mindfulness is being present and engaged in each moment of our lives. It is something that we can all learn, and research shows that it improves wellbeing and academic performance.

This innovative program consists of five 60-minute sessions over five weeks. You will learn to use mindfulness to:

  • reduce stress and anxiety
  • improve focus
  • stop procrastinating
  • communicate more effectively
  • study and work more efficiently (and with more enjoyment).

 

Semester 2 Dates

The Semester 2 program is now full. Contact maureen.germein@flinders.edu.au to register your interest for when the program is run again. 

Wednesdays, 21st July, 28th July, 4th August, 11th August and 18th August. 

9.30am to 10.30am

Each session builds on the one before, so you must commit to all five sessions, and be willing to undertake daily home practice. Guided audio meditations are supplied for home practice as well as notes from each weekly session.

The course is offered in person at Oasis, Bedford park campus.

There are limited places available in the course. To register your interest complete the attached form and return to Maureen.germein@flinders.edu.au. You can also email Maureen if you have any questions about the program.

Once you’ve expressed interest, you will be contacted to ensure the program is a good match to your needs.

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