An event every week that begins at 8:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until 26th May 2021
Club Soda’s approach is rooted in behaviour change science and draws on the philosophy and practices of mindfulness. And research shows that regular mindfulness practice can help create and sustain long-term change. As you pay attention to your thoughts and feelings, you notice your triggers, helping you stick to your plans and avoid unwanted drinking.
The weekly breathing space is time just for you. It’s a chance to experience a short mindfulness meditation, meet other people on your course, ask questions, share your progress and make friends. Each session lasts an hour and is completely private. And there’s no requirement to say anything or join in. You’re welcome to just listen in to the conversation.
So find a quiet space and make yourself comfy, grab your favourite alcohol-free drink and join a small online gathering. Connect, share, and see what happens.
Dru is one of Club Soda’s co-founders. In a varied career, he’s been a volunteer support worker for people with drug and alcohol problems, a communicator working with charities, social businesses and national organisations, a researcher specialising in the field of health policy and a coach supporting people who wanted to change their lives for the better. He developed and leads Club Soda’s courses [link /courses] for people who want to change their drinking, he’s the lead author of How to Be a Mindful Drinker and he’s a trained mindfulness teacher.
How to join the Breathing Space
The Breathing Space is hosted on Zoom. Details are posted into the #general channel of the Club Soda Slack each week. If you want to join in, just follow the links.
And if you want to take part, and you’re not yet signed up for one of Club Soda’s courses, enrol today.