Alison’s Articles About Mindfulness

Mindfulness in intimate relationships

What are the characteristics of a good relationship? Couples that thrive, and partners who grow closer together over time have good amounts of these qualities: kindness, a willingness to listen, non judgement, empathy, thoughtfulness, goodwill, forgiveness and also...

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What is a mindfulness coach?

What does a good mindfulness coach do? A good mindfulness coach is going to show you how to practise mindfulness in a way that will sustain you throughout your life, during times of challenge and in moments of joy. It can be fairly easy finding out what mindfulness is...

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What is stress management?

Stress management versus reactive coping When stress happens our natural reaction is to rid ourselves of it as quickly as possible. Humans are neurologically hard-wired to avoid suffering, whether it’s the irritation of a tedious traffic jam, or the more serious...

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An important message

Our training and support is inspired by the insight meditation tradition and the teachings of Professor of Medicine Emeritus Jon Kabat-Zinn and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). We recognise and support the realisation that mindfulness and the way of teaching it sensitively and accurately are not exclusive to one wisdom tradition. Rather mindfulness is a meditative tool, experience, and way of life embraced by many world cultures. Alison Keane studied under Professor Kabat-Zinn’s direction in 2007. She is one of a small number of Australian mindfulness teachers accredited with the Centre for Mindfulness in Medicine Healthcare and Society. (CFM)

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