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Supporting students during their mindfulness and compassion teaching.

How Will I be Supported and What Can I Do With My Mindfulness Qualification?

Once you have completed your mindfulness and compassion teacher training with MindfulnessUK you become part of our wide community where we continue to support our students by sending updated and current information. 

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher Training pathway

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher Training Course Reflections – Volume 1, by Lucy Edwards

The MindfulnessUK Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course is a comprehensive 12-month training pathway designed to enable you to gain all the knowledge, skills and materials you need to deliver the 8-week MBSR course to your own clients or workplace colleagues.

But the question on our minds at MindfulnessUK, is who is looking after the carers now?  Who is supporting their mental well-being and helping them to recover from the heightened stress that they lived through for over 2 years?

National Carer’s Week – Make Caring Visible, Valued and Supported

Caring has definitely become more visible, never before have we recognised and appreciated the hard work of those who care for others, but the question on our minds at MindfulnessUK, is who is supporting their mental well-being and helping them to recover from the heightened stress that they lived through for over 2 years?

Join any of our mindfulness retreats and feel connected and supported.

Feeling Connected in an Isolated World

Join any of our immersive and comprehensive mindfulness and compassion courses or retreats and feel connected and supported.

Integrating Mindfulness and Compassion course

My Mindfulness Journey Continues

Karen Atkinson’s passion to make mindfulness and compassion accessible to all led to her creating and writing The Integrating Mindfulness and Compassion qualification. In this blog one our students talks about his experience of doing this transformative course.

Forest School

My Mindfulness Journey

My mindfulness journey so far from one of the MindfulnessUK Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Integrating Mindfulness and Compassion courses.

The Living Well with Kindness Online Event on Saturday the 5th of March 2022

The Living Well with Kindness Online Event

The Living Well with Kindness Event, on Saturday the 5th of March 2022, is brought to you by the founders of MindfulnessUK and Anahata Yoga Centre. This new and unique event brings together a wide range of experienced mindfulness and yoga therapy teachers and inspiring speakers, providing a number of insightful and supportive talks, practices, expert panel discussions and Q&A sessions throughout the day.

This book by Karen Atkinson from MindfulnessUK is a practical guide and explores compassionate mindful inquiry.

Mindfulness and Compassion, and why I wrote a book about it

It excites me to consider all the teaching of practices and the skillful inquiry that is being offered as a result of people reading my book and putting all that is learnt into practice. The ripple effect of enabling others to gain insights and make sustainable changes warms my heart every single day and I encourage you to try it for yourselves and reap the rich, deep rewards that it yields.

Karen Atkinson from MindfulnessUK won silver in the Southern England Business Woman of the year category

What It Means to Win an Award

Wining the silver award in the Southern England Business Woman of the Year category at the National Business Woman’s Awards is recognition for all the work that we have been doing at MindfulnessUK.  This award is for the whole team and everyone that supports us. MindfulnessUK started when I decided to leave the NHS as …

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To support National Adoption Week ready our CMR tutors experience of being a mother of an adopted child.

I Wouldn’t Call Being Adopted Lucky

It’s National Adoption Week, and a call to arms to those who could become parents to a child in need, but also to the government to ensure the support for these children is lifelong. In this latest blog our tutor Kate Elliott tells you all about her experience and how mindfulness and compassion have supported her.

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