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Mindful Gift Boxes..”Hygge” by post..Yes Please!

Who doesn’t love a gift, especially one that has been thought about and chosen with your wellbeing in mind. We were lucky enough this week to be recipients of a beautiful gift from a company called Mindful Gifting. The box arrived today, all beautifully packaged and smelling heavenly all wrapped in tissue paper. The gifts […]

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Reconnect and Rejuvenate Retreat

Mill House is a beautiful thatched farmhouse combining the atmosphere of a centuries old building with the comfort of a modern home. It is set in 7 acres of Devon countryside and easy to get to by car or train. http://millhouseretreats.co.uk Who is the retreat for? This experiential retreat is suitable for everyone, offering space for […]

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“A wonderful Mindfulness & Compassion Training is coming to Bristol in April”

We love getting feedback from our past Graduates and were thrilled this week to hear from Vicki Thomas who graduated in 2014 having completed our Integrating Mindfulness & Compassion in Professional Practise Teacher Training Course (IMCPP) Our new teacher training courses for the IMCPP starts again in April in Bristol . This highly popular course […]

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Welcome To Our Mindfulness Teacher Training Centre In Somerset

We are truly blessed here at Mindfulness UK to have our very own Mindfulness Teacher Training Centre. The centre has changed and grown over the years as our need for more teaching space has evolved. We are thrilled with its changes and adaptions and are proud to be able to offer such a welcoming, warm, […]

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Why I developed the “Integrating Mindfulness & Compassion In Professional Practice” Course…

Karen’s journey into Mindfulness began in her early twenties. Having completed a nursing degree and working alongside psychologists she specialised in teaching Mindfulness and Compassion to patients suffering with chronic pain, trauma and distress. Up until 2010 Mindfulness was still very much an unknown therapy, but a real shift in its awareness prompted Karen to […]

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Self-Soothing & Mindfulness

We may not remember as babies our parents wrapping us up in blankets and singing little songs to us in an effort to calm us down and soothe us. They’re timeless techniques for soothing babies or small children when they are in distress, but did you know that adults also have a need to soothe […]

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Hygge & Mindfulness

You may be asking yourself what is Hygge (pronounced HOO-GAH) is and why anyone would do it. Hygge is a Danish creation that can be defined as a feeling of contentment and well being. It’s a mindfulness practice that focuses on all that is charming and cozy. For example, you can decorate your home in […]

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Are You Looking After Your Employees Mental Health? If Not, Mindfulness Could Be The Solution.

No matter what size your business is your staff are your biggest asset and have to be nurtured and looked after if you are to maintain a happy, healthy and profitable working environment. Sadly, too many days sick leave are having to be taken by the rising epidemic in mental health problems caused by stress […]

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Mindfulness Training For individual Teachers & Education Staff

Learn how to work with children and young people using Mindfulness and Compassion This one day workshop focuses on how to deliver Mindfulness and Compassion to children and young people using the Minding Your Health in Education Programme toolkit of resources for children and young people. The workshop consists of Learning outcomes 7 and 8 […]

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Guest Blog By Emma Jane Bunn..My Adventures in Mindfulness

One of our current students, Emma Jane Bunn talks about her mindfulness journey so far. As many do; I found Mindfulness and Yoga at a point in my life where I was struggling. A bereavement, serious physical injury and chronic depression had swallowed my vitality, and although I was back at work, seeing friends and […]

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