Led by Judi Stewart and Dr Nicola Rowles  

on Wednesday mornings 3 August to 28 September 2017

2:15pm to 4:15pm


Thursday afternoons

Mindfulness helps embrace moments of uncertainty and fear in our lives. It is a practice of being present, awake and alert, alive and attentive. It helps us develop more stability and a greater capacity to accept ourselves and our lives just as they are. Something very powerful happens when we slow down and start being fully present in our lives.

When we bring our attention to our senses, in movement or in sitting meditation, something settles within us. It’s like coming home, touching base, drinking from clear, fresh water. It doesn’t mean to say the difficulties of life go away, but we learn to develop new perspectives and deeper insights, a different way of seeing and the ability to develop a practice that cultivates calm, happiness and equanimity at the root of our being.



August  3: 2.15- 4.45pm

August 10: 2.15-4.15pm

August 17: 2.15-4.15pm

August 24: 2.15-4.15pm

August 31: 2.15-4.15pm


Sept 14: 2.15-4.15 pm

Sept 21: 2.15-4.15 pm

Saturday Sept 23: 10-2

Sept 28: 2.15- 4.45pm

What to wear

Please wear comfortable clothing that you can move in easily. There are facilities for changing available at Breast Cancer Haven.



Please note that parking on the street near The Haven in the early evening is not possible due to parking restrictions (not even on a yellow line). If you wish to drive it is suggested that you use the multi-storey car park above Fulham Broadway underground station.


If you are interested in this course, please contact Caroline Hoffman for a phone discussion prior to being accepted on the course:

Dr Caroline Hoffman, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Instructor and Clinical and Research Director


020 7384 0007

07572 637588


Breast Cancer Haven, London Reception Tel 020 7384 0099