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All Parts are Welcome

Exploring your inner world

8 weeks

All  Parts Are Welcome 

8 week course live online | Saturdays 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm (AEST) | $695 | includes an individual one hour long individual session with the teacher | starts 3 August 2024 | with Nique Murch | ONLY for those who have completed MBSR or MBCT


This follow-on course blends further mindfulness practice as well as some exploration of the Internal Family Systems model recognise, support, investigate and befriend all the different parts of yourselves leading to more choice and peace. It is an invitation to continue your personal journey of healing in the company of fellow-travellers who "get" it.

The course will involve:

  • Ongoing individual support from your teacher
  • A 2 hour class over eight weeks, plus one full retreat day 

  • Meditation practice, journalling and reflection
  • The Day of Mindfulness
  • Exploration of your own patterns and how to transform them 
  • Good conversations about things that matter
  • Stimulating lectures and discussions
  • Structured exercises - individual and together in small groups
  • A sense of connection and belonging
  • An individual one hour long session with the teacher 

Do be in touch if you wish to discuss whether or not this course will be useful to you. 


Pricing and Scholarship places

  • Standard Rate $695
  • And we are delighted to offer discounted places for those who need  financial support to come along.  

If you have access to some financial security: through income, assets (savings, shares, property) and/or superannuation income we ask you to pay the full fee (or do a payment plan) as we need your support! 

If you are in financial need: unemployed, on a disability, have an illness, or are a student (with no support from parents) or have other financially stressful circumstances please be in touch to get a scholarship place.


Refresh your mindfulness practice

Revisit the power of your practice in grounding your attention and chosen how to attend in challenging moments


Learn about the different parts of you

Become more aware and responsive to the parts that respond to challenges in habitual and perhaps unskilful ways


Access your “Self”

Become more familiar with your resources of compassion, equanimity and courage in the face of challenges, and open to the possibility of healing the hurt parts of you

Course Locations

Live Online

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A short talk and practice of how to start relating to the parts of ourselves that get mobilised in stressful moments with Timothea Goddard

Most of us come to mindfulness practice to deal with something we don’t want. It may be anxiety or pain, or lack of direction, or a grief or depression. It may a sense of feeling out of control with our children or being unfulfilled professionally. It may be a dull sense of loneliness or a lack of connection in life.When these pains are present, it can be hard not to identify with them. They can be strong and tend to dominate our experience and relationships.

Mindfulness meditation offers us an evidence-based way to approach these kinds of pains. It offers a practice where “all parts are welcome” and we can learn how to explore and not identify so strongly with these aspects of our experience. If we bring a wise and heartfelt attention to them, we begin to see them not as fixed identities but as simply parts of ourselves which are open to investigation, transformation and healing. 

Video recorded: 17 February 2019

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About Nique Murch

B.A. Dip.,Adult Education, Feldenkrais Practitioner, Dip. Mime Mask and Movement, IFS level 1 and 2

Nique Murch - Mindfulness and Internal Family Systems Teacher - Melbourne

Nique has a rich background in adult education teaching movement, improvisation and critical literacies. She is a is a qualified IFS practitioner, having completed both Levels 1 and 2 of the IFS Institute professional training in Australia. She has practiced meditation in both Eastern and Western traditions over many years, experiencing first hand how effective ontological approaches can be in the management of stress and pain.  She has trained in Mindfulness-based interventions with Openground, the Centre for Mindfulness (University of Massachusetts) and Breathworks in the UK. Nique has been facilitating MBSR since 2006, and tutors with the Mindfulness Training Institute - Australia and New Zealand.  She also works with the Humour Foundation - gleefully practicing radical simplicity as an elder clown with people in group residences.