Application of the BMT approach


Here are some examples of the types of courses and application of the Body in Mind Training approach:

Teaching BMT in Porto Alegre

Teaching BMT in Porto Alegre

 

Teaching BMT Modules 1 and 2 for Mental Health Professionals at the Family Institute of Porto Alegre. Multidisciplinary professionals from Health and Mental Health Settings take part in the training in the BMT Framework and complete some mindful movement exercises and stretching.

 

University of the West Indies BMT training Jan 2013

University of the West Indies BMT training Jan 2013

 

Training the Men’s Football Team in the Body in Mind Training method to support them in their studies as well as their athletic performance.

 

 

Peer Supporters Solidarity in a Crisis

Peer Supporters - Solidarity in a Crisis

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Peers walking practice, led by Dr Tamara Russell.

 

 

 

 

Fight for Change

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Training physiotherapists at Barnet Hospital

Training physiotherapists at Barnet Hospital

 

 

Training physiotherapists at Barnet Hospital in the BMT Framework and how to integrate this into their working life.

 

 

 

 

Dragon Café

Dragon Cafe

 

 

A mindful movement class in the Dragon Café.

 

 

Lambeth Carers Body in Mind Training: Blue sky above

Walled Garden, Brockwell Park

 

Lambeth carers with the support of Sarah Bennett at Carers Hub took part in the 5 week BMT course at Mosaic Clubhouse. We explored the themes of mindfulness and their relevance to carers’ lives. Just giving permission to look after themselves was a major theme and many of the carers immediately engaged with this.  Noticing that it might feel uncomfortable or difficult to do something different and put yourself first was also a theme but many of them were really courageous and went for it!

A number of the sessions were held in Brockwell park where the group had a chance to reconnect with nature and the beauty of the walled garden and a chance for an ice cream at the café – real acts of self care that nurtured them and provided a chance to “fill up the tank” rather than letting it empty. http://lambethcollaborative.org.uk/recoverystories/the-blue-sky-is-still-above