Breathworks exists to alleviate human suffering. The Breathworks Team help people who are living with pain or other long-term physical health conditions. They also help people living with stress. They help people help themselves and others using Mindfulness-Based techniques.

Mindfulness for Health Course at the Birmingham Buddhist Centre

Starts 1 March 2017

Singhamati writes:

The Breathworks Mindfulness for Health 8-week course has been specifically developed to help people living with pain and illness to improve health and wellbeing. It is also beneficial for those living with stress. Personally, I gained a great deal from it as it has been crucial to helping me stay well, happy and to live a full life, alongside having a lifelong illness. I’m really pleased to be able to offer this opportunity: integrating my love of the course, with my expertise as a physiotherapist, alongside my other work as Chair of the Birmingham Buddhist Centre.

Whether you are new to mindfulness practice or an old hand in want of a timely reminder, I hope you will join me for this intensive, life changing course. Participants will be asked to complete daily home practice, weekly reading of the Mindfulness for Health book and aspire to attend all 8 sessions.

Booking is essential, with a limited number of spaces available.

Led by: Singhamati, qualified Breathworks trainer and physiotherapist

When: Every Wednesday 1 March- 26 April 2017 – 1-3.30pm (no class 19 April)

Venue: Birmingham Buddhist Centre, 11 Park Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8AB

Cost: £180 waged / £120 unwaged

Enquires about the course: or 07766457180


Final deadline for booking is Friday 17 February 2017
Find out more about the benefits of the Mindfulness for Health course at:


The Birmingham Buddhist Centre also runs projects for Carers, including relaxation and stress management breaks and day events.  Click here for more information