Mindfulness for Stress Management Course

Mindfulness for stress management

Managing stress is a skill. Modern science has shown us that the ancient practice of mindfulness can help us to learn this skill, with the effects lasting a lifetime.

Who is the six-week Mindfulness for Stress Management course for?

For anyone who has a sense that their lives could be more easeful. It is very common for people to suffer from various symptoms of stress associated with work, finances, physical health problems, family and relationships, self-image, loss, past trauma, mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, and social anxiety.

This course may also be for those who simply want to boost their resilience and learn to be more aware and present using mindfulness and meditation. All participants can find greater joy and well-being in their lives. The course is a skills-based training and not a therapy group, taught within a supportive and friendly group setting.

Mindfulness for stress management can help you experience:

  • Decreased stress
  • Enhanced mental health and functioning
  • Increased emotion regulation and self-control
  • Decreased problems with mood, anxiety, worry, and rumination
  • Improved ability to focus and improved attention
  • Improved social and communication skills
  • Reduced symptoms of burnout and increased resilience
  • Increase in connection to values and sense of purpose
  • Enhanced job performance
  • Improvements in physical health such as pain scores, better sleep and management of chronic health conditions
  • Greater joy, acceptance and peacefulness.

Alex is a trained Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Mindful Self-Compassion teacher. She has been the resident mindfulness teacher at the Light Centre Belgravia since 2013 and also teaches at in workplace settings around London including Unilever, John Lewis, The Pensions Advisory Service, Time Warner, Crussh, Etsy, Predict X, Splash Damage and many others.



“I have seen a huge change in myself after just a few sessions. The group, peaceful setting, the readings and opening practice all helped to give me a clearer mind and to feel rooted in the moment. I was grateful for the support and really enjoyed what I learned- great teaching!’ – Emma, London.

“I really enjoyed learning about the practices – it has made me see my thoughts differently and with more spaciousness. I felt it was really nourishing – I loved the readings in particular as a way to unlock the meaning behind the practices” – Jess, London.

“I enjoyed everything about the course! 10/10” – Liz, London.


Alex Newte-HardieMindfulness facilitator and naturopath, Alex Newte Hardie, spent two years as the resident naturopath at the University of Westminster before she joined the Light Centre in 2013. Alex is a General Health Practitioner at the Belgravia branch running Holistic Health Screenings alongside teaching and her naturopathy and mindfulness clinic.

During her early years in clinical practice, Alex identified stress to be the root cause or primary aggravator of her own and her patients’ health conditions. This led her to cultivate her own mindfulness practice and study of mindfulness meditation, and she completed her Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy teacher training at the start of 2013. She has been teaching courses at the centre and around London ever since.

Alex is registered with the General Council and Register of Naturopaths and studied with Enter Mindfulness, recognised as gold-standard training by the UK Network of Mindfulness-Based Teacher Trainers.