Mindfulness simply means paying attention. We are mindful when we do something intentionally in the present moment without judging it, just do it. Mindfulness is a simple and most natural thing which does not require any special belief.
“The term mindfulness refers to keeping one’s consciousness alive to the present reality”
Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh
The 8 weeks course Meditation and Mindfulness for Wellbeing is focusing on trying to improve our relationship with our daily activities, with ourselves, with the others by means of a variety of Mindful exercises which include Mindful Walking and Mindful Movements.
Many studies and articles can be found on the Internet outlining the benefits of Mindfulness. The researches show plenty of evidence which support the effectiveness of Meditation and Mindfulness on people.