Relieve stress and anxiety
Enjoy a calmer, happier life
Welcome to Mindful Surrey
We run mindfulness meditation classes online and in-person (in Surrey) to help with all aspects of your mental health. Our offering includes the popular Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course (MBSR), regarded as the gold-standard course for stress and anxiety. Our aim is to make mindfulness training available to all, so discounts and free support are available if you're on a low income. If you'd like to know what mindfulness actually is, please visit our What is Mindfulness page.
Get in touch to find out more, book a course or free taster.
Free Mindfulness Tasters
Tues, Sept 21st, 9.15am - online
Sat, Sept 25th, 9.30am - Dorking, Surrey
Benefits of mindfulness meditation
In mindfulness based stress reduction classes you'll learn how to meditate and effective ways to
- Relieve stress
- Reduce social and health anxiety
- Stop overthinking
- Cope if feeling sad or depressed
- Manage unwanted behaviours such as binge eating
- Develop wellbeing and resilience, and feel happier.
What Mindful Surrey offers
- Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction courses - 8-week MBSR, online and in Dorking, Surrey.
- Mindfulness Practice Group - weekly drop-ins for all
- Silent Retreats - for MBSR/MBCT/MSC graduates
Meditation in Dorking, Surrey
From 'Dorking Minds'
"I would highly recommend this organisation and Catherine Nasskau in particular if you want to learn more about mindfulness meditation and especially if you are looking to start your own meditation practice."
Sally Elias, Dorking Minds founder
Old Pixham School - lovely meditation centre in Dorking, Surrey
Free mindfulness meditation in Surrey
We are grateful to the National Lottery and Community Foundation for Surrey for a grant to support Surrey residents with their mental health.
You can apply for a funded (free) place if you:
- live in Surrey and are on a low income
- struggle with stress , anxiety or depression or some other issue.
Please get in touch if you would like a confidential conversation about your situation.
In the website
In Catherine's 'This is It' blog she shares tips for relieving stress and anxiety, sleep difficulties, unhelpful behaviours such as binge eating; also simple meditations for children, and how to meditate when we're too busy!
You can try free guided mindfulness meditations, such as breathing exercises for anxiety and others from the MBSR course. These can help in a variety of situations, not just if you're feeling anxious or depressed.
And if you'd simply like to try it out or find out more, book a free online taster session or 15 minute phone consultation.