Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR)

8-week programme | London

FAQs about MBSR

Why shop with Aircart?

At Aircart, we strive to enable simpler lives and create more time for people to enjoy them. As a personal shopper, you'll earn money shopping for fresh groceries and everyday essentials at local supermarkets and delivering to individuals and families in your community. There are no requirements around how often you work. You can choose when and where you earn, helping your community whenever it suits you.

How much can I earn as an Aircart shopper?

Your earnings depend entirely on how many orders you decide to complete. Earnings are calculated by a base rate plus a percentage of the order value. Earnings are automatically deposited into your nominated bank account 48 hours after order completion.

What is a typical Aircart order like?

When logging into the Shopper app, you’ll be presented with an overview of available orders for you to accept, including earnings estimates. If you choose to accept an order, the app will guide you through the following steps in detail:

1) Navigate to the shop
2) Shop for the order using the shopping list
3) Deliver the order to the customer

Is Aircart active in my area?

To view the recommended shopper suburbs, download the Aircart Shopper app from the app store and create an account. Once you have created an account, you will be presented with a list of recommended shopper suburbs. To view and accept orders, it is recommend to be located within the indicative suburbs. Note: Aircart is available in select areas and signup does not imply earnings opportunities.

How do Aircart shoppers pay for groceries in-store?

Aircart issues all approved shoppers with secure, Aircart-funded payments cards. These cards are used just like typical debit cards, with additional security measures to detect and stop improper use.


Mindfulness Retreats

One day | London

FAQs about All-day Retreat

What is the day about?

A one-day mindfulness meditation retreat is a chance to come together and explore different mindfulness practices, in the comfort of a safe and non-judgemental group. There is no pressure to be an experienced meditator, or to know any of the theory. As a beginner, you will be immersed in what it means to connect with yourself on a deeper level; as an experienced meditator, you will have the chance to delve even deeper into your practice and to just 'be'. Group discussion at the end of the day is welcome, so that we can all learn from each other. As the guide and teacher, I am continually learning from my participants, gaining new perspectives and insight into how unique each of our practices and experiences are.

Who can join?

Anyone is welcome to join with an open mind, to ask questions and try out different practices. Please let me know in advance if you have or haven't any prior meditation experience.

Who is the teacher?

Kerry has been practicing mindfulness since 2013, and trained with London Meditation (now the IC.CML) to obtain her qualification to teach MBSR and coach mindfulness (UK Network-Registered). She has an educational background in BSc Psychology and MSc Neuroscience, so all her teaching is backed by science and a deeper understanding of the brain and mind-body. She attends regular retreats and receives supervision with a Senior Mindfulness Teacher. She likes to combine science with spirituality, to evoke deeper change from within, in those that seek it.

Which meditation practices do we do?

Sitting practice Lying down practice Eating / drinking practice Mindful movement - walking, hatha yoga Open awareness Mindful communication

How big is the group?

The group is limited to 12 people, to ensure a safe and intimate setting, where everyone feels able to share and get to know one another.