Mindful Self-Care for Health Practitioners

july,2020

29jul2:00 pm3:00 pmMindful Self-Care for Health Practitioners2:00 pm - 3:00 pm BST

Mindfulness for Busy People

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Event Details

UPDATE: the 200 spaces on this event were booked out within 48 hours. There is a similar event for the general public now available for booking here that we are limiting to just 100 people. If you would like to be the first to know about these kind of events in future, please contact me. Thank you!

This free event for is generously sponsored and organised by Lamberts Healthcare as part of their CPD programme for healthcare practitioners: booking is through their website here.

Learning to turn towards ourselves with kindness and self-compassion can be a huge challenge for many people, particularly those whose “inner critic” seems to undermine or trip them up at every opportunity. This webinar provides a range of gentle practices that can slowly be introduced at a pace to suit each individual, gradually unlocking the flight or fight response that can trap us in behaviours where we feel frozen, or as though we are running around in circles. 

Together these mindful approaches support subtle shifts in awareness, perceptions or intentions to increase a sense of safety and security, providing strong foundations for increased self-confidence, resilience and clarity of purpose.

Time

(Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm BST

Organizer

Lamberts HealthcareLamberts philosophy of healthcare is all about sound science - they only develop products that are at the right potency and supported by a valid scientific rationale. Established in 1982, Lamberts is the UK's leading supplier of specialist dietary supplements to Practitioners and Pharmacists who use nutrition and herbs in healthcare. They offer an extensive product range including vitamins, minerals, herbs, multiple formulas, fish oil and glucosamine as well as more specialised products such as VeinTain and Refreshall. They produce the highest quality products in some of the most modern and technically advanced factories in Europe. These operate to stringent pharmaceutical standards of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) as laid down by the UK Department of Health, Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). Their products are not just confined to the UK; they dispatch to practitioners in over 39 countries around the world and have several distributors working overseas, predominantly in mainland Europe including Spain, Greece and the Netherlands.charlotte.winchester@lambertshealthcare.co.uk


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