In the nuanced and transformative world of mindfulness meditation, the concept of 'embodiment' takes on a profound significance. To embody mindfulness is to fully inhabit and be genuinely present within our physical selves. It is a journey of experiencing the world around us through our senses, engaging in each moment without judgment or the pull of distractions. This practice is less about intellectualising experiences and more about immersing in them, feeling deeply and wholly.

Mindfulness meditation is a form of practice in which one focuses on one's breath, physical sensations, thoughts and feelings as they come in and out of awareness. It often involves developing an attitude of acceptance and non-judgment, noticing one's thoughts and feelings without attachment, and a gentle bringing of attention back to the present moment.

Mindfulness is a skill that can be cultivated through regular practice and can be used in daily life to reduce stress levels and improve well-being.

Practicing mindfulness can have significant mental and physical benefits such as reduced stress, improved concentration and focus, increased self-awareness, better emotional regulation and improved physical health including lower blood pressure and improved sleep.

Informal and formal mindfulness practice can help you to become more present and aware of their body and thoughts, reducing the amount of time spent ruminating on the past or worrying about the future. It can also help to bring acceptance and clarity to difficult emotions, helping to better manage situations instead of becoming overwhelmed.

MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction): Jon Kabat-Zinn has certainly contributed to the development of mindfulness over so many years. If you are feeling stressed and/or truggling with your general sense of wellbeing this course may catch your interest. Move your cursor over this line to fond out more about MBSR.

MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy): The experience of clinical depression can be very daunting and impactful. Sometimes, it feels like there is no hope, all energy is gone and a purpose is lost. If you are diagnosed with depression/anxiety you are encouraged to check out this relapse prevention group program. For more information please move your cursor over this line.

At Mindfulness2Be, we emphasise taking a mindful approach to navigate through the challenges of depression. Rather than resisting it, we believe there is another way to coexist with depression.

This shift in perspective can lead to greater self-compassion and resilience, ultimately transforming the way you experience and live with depression.

Mindfulness for life MBCT-L is an adapted version of MBCT for depression, aimed at expanding the scope of mindfulness to a non-clinical population. This program integrates elements of positive psychology, habit change, and gratitude work towards a flourishing and well balanced life.

People who practice mindfulness-based cognitive therapy often report feeling less depressed, and research has found it to be an effective treatment for depression.

  • Live your life more fully.
  • Assert yourself.
  • Reduce stress.
  • Improve wellbeing.
  • Better perform.
  • Prevent burnout.
  • Be happier.
  • Make clear decisions.
  • Improve quality of life.

MiCBT (Mindfulness-integrated CBT): This therapeutic approach is a four stage model including mindfulness, exposure and compassion. I am providing this therapy on an individual level. Move your cursor over this line to access the MiCBT Institut for more information.

MSC (Mindful Self-Compassion):This group program is an eight weeks or when delivered online ten weeks. If you are struggling with difficult emotions such as shame, guilt, anger and/or self-critism and inner critical mind this program might be for you.

To access the supervision material follow this LINK. Registered supervisees only.

Regina is a registered ACCESS MBCT Therapist, an international listing of mental health professionals who committed to excellence in the delivery, training, and dissemination of Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy.

And Regina is also trained as Mindfulness-based Supervisor.