Mindfulness online course

By Luotain Consulting Oy

Mindfulness online course

Price: 240 € incl. VAT

Length: 8 weeks

Regular exercise has been studied to relieve many stress-related body symptoms and e.g. sleeping problems. Mindfulness has long been of interest to brain researchers. Long-term practice has been found to affect e.g. electrical activity of the brain as well as cortical structure, autonomic nervous system function and hormonal functions. As we change the way we respond to sensory stimuli and thoughts, new nerve connections are activated in the brain. The training has a positive effect on e.g. the frontal cortex, which is a key area in the conscious handling of things, the ability to concentrate, the handling of emotions.

Mindfulness has been researched to be an effective method for relieving stress and increasing well-being.

The course consists of an 8-weeks of materials. The course includes practical exercises in the form of audio recordings and videos. The course provides information and tips for everyday life. Each week of the course has several exercises related to the theme of the week.

Course contents

Week 1 – Mindfulness: What, Why and How?

We begin by taking a look at what mindfulness is and what it is not, what it means to practice mindfulness, and why a practice like this is beneficial for us. We start practicing The Body Scan, and you are also invited to start to notice opportunities for mindfulness in your everyday life.

Week 2 – Research-Based Benefits of Mindfulness

There is an extensive body of research behind this practice, and nowadays neuroscientists are increasingly interested in what happens in our brain when we practice. On the second week, we take a look at what science has found out so far about the benefits of mindfulness and introduce a new practice, Mindfulness of the Breath.

Week 3 – The Two Modes of Mind: Doing and Being

The mind’s tendency to be constantly thinking and analyzing is not always helpful to us. While mindfulness is not about emptying the mind of thoughts, it can help us move to a calmer and more aware state of being. This week’s new practices are a short practice of 3-Minute Breathing Space and mindfulness in movement, Mindfulness Yoga.

Week 4 – Exploring What Is As It Is

Mindfulness can help us notice how our habitual ways of reacting with either attachment, aversion or indifference often cause us unnecessary suffering. Practice helps us to develop a wiser relationship to our experience. This week, we’ll start practicing with a slightly longer sitting practice, being mindful of the breath, body, sounds and thoughts.

Week 5 – Mindfulness in Everyday Life

Mindfulness is not only something to be practiced at a specific time or at a specific place. In week 5 we explore the various practical ways to be more mindful in everyday life. Also, you will learn how to practice mindful walking and mindful eating.

Week 6 – Mindfulness and Emotions

Emotional balance is important for our health, and mindfulness can help us cultivate it. In this week’s teachings and practices we explore how we can meet difficult emotions wisely and cultivate positive mind states.

Week 7 – Mindful Self-Compassion

Self-compassion means treating ourselves with the same kind of kindness and care as we treat others. It is a skill we can develop, and one that has many benefits, both for ourselves and others. In week 7, we take a look at the components of self-compassion and give you some simple ways to start practicing it.

Week 8 – The Rest of Your Life

On the final week of the course you are invited to reflect on what you have learned on the course and what you want to take from it to your future, and you will get instructions for establishing your own practice. The last new practice on the course is the practice of loving-kindness, cultivating goodwill towards all living beings.

Coaching begins as soon as you sign up for the course and you can attend the training at your own pace. Education is suitable for everyone.

Ask for more info: Training Coordinator Markus Pusa 040-0419865


Mindfulness online course

By Luotain Consulting Oy
240 €
Incl. 24% VAT

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This is Intoloop Oy’s (hereafter “Campwire”) privacy statement that has been prepared in accordance with the Finnish Personal Data Act (523/1999, sections 10 and 24) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This privacy statement entered into force on 16 April 2018 and will remain valid until further notice.

This privacy statement contains information on how Campwire processes personal data. Campwire processes personal data in accordance with this privacy statement and any applicable legislation. Please read this privacy statement carefully before using our website or registering as a user of our services.

To ensure best possible services to our customers, we must collect and process some of your personal data. However, we respect your privacy and are committed to protecting it. This privacy statement specifies the personal data that is collected by us, the principles based on which this data is processed, and the rights and influencing opportunities you have regarding your personal data.

Please read this privacy statement carefully, as Campwire processes your personal data in accordance with it and all applicable legislation. Campwire reserves the right to update this privacy statement based on need. Please visit this site from time to time, as Campwire develops its services and website constantly.

You accept that we will process your personal data in accordance with this privacy statement by using the website, our services, or our website; by filling in a form; or by contacting us. If you do not accept these terms and conditions, we will probably be unable to serve you.

The controller is: Intoloop Oy, Papinkatu 21 lh 34, FI-33200 Tampere.

For which purposes is my personal data collected and processed?

We only collect, store, and process your personal data for purposes that have been specified in advance. The main purposes are:

  • Managing customer relations
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  • Identifying customers
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  • Invoicing
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  • Targeting of services
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    Campwire collects information of the users when they use Campwire’s website, buy Services, register as Service users, update their profile, or use the Services. In addition, data provided by customers e.g. on online forms, by email, on telephone, through social media services, in contracts, at customer meetings, and in other situations where customers convey personal data can be saved into the data file.

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  • Telephone number
  • Address
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    When the user visits Campwire’s website, the user’s computer automatically sends certain technical and other data (e.g. IP address, browser type, and from which site the user came to the site). Campwire also uses cookies to collect data on how the user uses the website. For more detailed information, see the Cookies section of this privacy statement.

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    Your personal data will principally be processed by our staff as part of their work tasks. Campwire uses external subcontractors and service providers for providing and implementing the Services. Personal data can be disclosed to such subcontractors if and only to the extent necessary. We will do our utmost in such cases to ensure that personal data is transferred and processed in accordance with this privacy statement and applicable legislation. We can also convey your personal data if we are involved in a company acquisition or an asset deal.

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    Some of our subcontractors or servers that are used for processing personal data might be located outside the EU/EEA. Apart from that, we do not regularly convey personal data outside the EU/EEA.

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    For how long will my personal data be stored?

    We will only store your personal data for as long as is required by the purpose of processing or is permitted by the contract or law. However, the storage time of personal data can vary depending on the purpose and situation.

    How is my personal data stored and protected?

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    If you fail to provide the personal data specified in this privacy statement or do not consent to its processing, it is likely that we will not be able to provide the service or to fulfil the purpose of our operations. Therefore, we request that you do not provide us any data unless you accept that we process the data in accordance with this privacy statement.

    Users must provide Campwire correct data when they register as users of the Services or fulfil a form on Campwire’s website for some other reason. Service users can at any time view their personal data saved in the system by signing in into the Service. Users can also edit and update their personal data by signing in into the Service or by contacting Campwire.

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    You have the right to receive a confirmation from us on whether we process any personal data concerning yourself and which personal data concerning yourself is processed by us.

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    You have the right to request that we correct any incorrect or outdated or otherwise defective data concerning yourself. You can also update any changed personal data in the Service.

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    How can I exercise my rights?

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    Can this privacy statement be updated?

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    Whom should I contact in data protection matters?


    Intoloop Oy
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    33200 Tampere

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    Luotain Consulting Oy (VAT number 2358444-7) (online shop) sells products to private persons in Finland and abroad. We reserve all rights to change the terms and conditions, and the prices. All prices include the VAT.



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    With Visma Pay you can pay your order by an internet banking account or a payment card (credit/debit). The following methods of payment are supported: Visa-, Visa Debit-, Visa Electron-, MasterCard- and Debit MasterCard payment cards.

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    Visma Pay, Paybyway Oy (business-id FI24865594)
    Telephone: +358 9 315 42 037 (workdays 9-17)
    Address: Laserkatu 6, 53850 Lappeenranta, Finland

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    This product has no money back guarantee.

    The customer must immediately inspect the product after delivery and report any malfunctions, defects or other issues with the product and report them to the seller without delay.

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