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How to prevent burnout through mindfulness

By Natasha Douglas | 16 Oct 2023

What is burnout? Burnout is a psychological and physical condition that results from chronic stress, and it’s usually associated with work or caring responsibilities. But in truth, it can affect various aspects of your life, not just your professional life. But what exactly is burnout […]

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Mindfulness is your Superpower: Becoming a Better Manager

By Natasha Douglas | 25 Aug 2023

Are you ready to supercharge your leadership skills and become a better manager?    Enter mindfulness – a game-changing practice that goes beyond task management.    In this blog post, we’ll unveil 8 practical applications of mindfulness that managers like you can seamlessly integrate into […]

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How to use mindfulness to have better meetings

By Natasha Douglas | 04 Aug 2023

Tired of sitting through endless, unproductive meetings, where your mind often drifts and your creativity feels stifled?    If you’ve experienced the frustration of meetings that lack focus, purpose, and engagement, then it’s time to consider a transformative approach: introducing mindfulness into meetings.    By […]

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Mindful travel: how to make holiday travel more chill

By Natasha Douglas | 21 Jul 2023

Heading off on your holidays but want to know how to make the travelling process less frazzled and more peaceful?   We’ve compiled some top tips for mindful travel to help you do just that.   1. Pack mindfully   If you can, give yourself […]

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Overcoming Barriers to Becoming a Mindfulness Teacher: Your Path to Qualification

By Natasha Douglas | 14 Jul 2023

Unlock your potential and embark on a transformative journey to become a qualified mindfulness teacher.    Here at MindfulnessUK, we understand that the journey to become a qualified mindfulness teacher can seem daunting. But is that really a reason not to chase your dreams?  In […]

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FREE EVENT: Becoming your own Man, with Alex Cunningham

By Natasha Douglas | 02 Jun 2023

Becoming your own man is a lifelong journey. Did you know that only 7% of British men are comfortable discussing their health issues openly? Men’s Health Week aims to change that by raising awareness of health concerns that affect men disproportionately. This year, MindfulnessUK is […]

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How to Build a Successful Career Teaching Mindfulness

By Natasha Douglas | 23 May 2023

Tips and Strategies for Turning Your Mindfulness Side Hustle into the Main Event   Mindfulness teaching can be a rewarding and fulfilling career, helping others to manage stress, anxiety, and other challenges. Many mindfulness teachers start their teaching journey as a side hustle while working […]

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Can Mindfulness Really Help Reduce Staff Sickness Rates?

By Natasha Douglas | 07 Apr 2023

Mindfulness has been gaining popularity in recent years as a tool for reducing stress and promoting well-being. But can mindfulness really help with reducing staff sickness rates? The short answer is: yes.  Mindfulness has been shown to have significant benefits for both physical and mental […]

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Is your People Strategy missing this key ingredient?

By Natasha Douglas | 06 Apr 2023

Did you know that employee well-being isn’t just about *avoiding* poor mental health (although we know that’s extremely important too)?   What companies tend to overlook is that employee well-being is about *creating* an environment where employees can thrive and experience genuine joy in their […]

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Three surprising mindfulness techniques to help you sleep better

By Natasha Douglas | 17 Mar 2023

Here at MindfulnessUK, we know that getting a good night’s sleep is essential for your mental and physical wellbeing. But it’s not always that easy.   From stress and anxiety to physical discomfort and restless thoughts, many people struggle to find the peace and relaxation […]

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The Mind-Body Connection: Mindfulness for Endometriosis

By Natasha Douglas | 15 Mar 2023

If you or someone you know lives with endometriosis, you’re likely aware of how challenging and uncomfortable it can be.   This chronic condition affects the reproductive organs and can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. But there are ways to help manage these […]

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Enjoy The Silence – co-teaching a silent mindfulness retreat. By Mark Smith, founder of Kalm Horizons.

By Claire Kidd | 02 Feb 2023

All our online retreats are open to anyone, from complete beginners to trained mindfulness teachers. A retreat gives the opportunity to rest and revitalise through gentle, guided mindfulness practices in the comfort of your own home. They also count towards the British Association of Mindfulness-Based Approaches (BAMBA) Good Practice Guidelines (GPG’s).

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