Silent Meditation Retreats

Time away from the busyness of daily life

Online Retreats for All

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 practices in the comfort of your own home. They also count towards the British Association of Mindfulness-Based Approaches (BAMBA) Good Practice Guidelines.

 

Benefits of doing a retreat:

  • Decompress through the practices of mindfulness and compassion practices.
  • A fantastic way to reconnect with yourself and nature.
  • Deepen your learning, experience new practices and inquire into their effects.

Online One-Day Retreats for Everyone

Filling Your Cup With Compassion One-Day Retreat

Friday the 30th of December 2022 from 10.00am until 4.00pm

Take the opportunity to press pause after all the festivities and join us for a nurturing mindfulness and compassion retreat day.

Together we'll spend the morning connecting through practices that support us to let go of the old and we'll then spend the afternoon on reflections and compassionate inquiry to support you to greet whatever the new year may bring with awareness and kindness.

Everyone is welcome and the day meets the BAMBA Good Practice Guidelines.

Cost: £75

10% off all retreats for Community Members. 

If you are unable to attend on the day there will be an opportunity to purchase the recording post the event.

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Karen Atkinson

Karen has been teaching mindfulness for over 30-years and is the Co-founder and Senior Partner of MindfulnessUK, an author of Compassionate Mindful Inquiry in Therapeutic Practice, a trustee of the British Association of Mindfulness-based Approaches (BAMBA), a teacher and trainer of mindfulness and compassion skills and practices, and a Bangor trained supervisor of mindfulness teachers.

Angie Ward - Integrating Mindfulness and Compassion Tutor

Angie Ward

Angie is an experienced and supportive tutor with a sensitive approach to leading students through the transformation of learning.  As the Head of Teacher Training, Angie delivers the IMC Qualification, as well as supporting all new students as they start their training at Mindfulness UK. Angie leads our partnership projects with the Mental Health Foundation and develops and delivers Mindfulness and Compassion Programmes in Education, Health and Social Care for Teaching & Support Staff, Children and Young People.

Jay Skinner an experienced mindfulness tutor

Jay Skinner

Jay is an experienced trainer and coach, CIPD qualified in Learning and Development who spent the majority of her career working to enable leadership consciousness in organisations, coaching and training leaders to become the best they can be for the world through greater self-awareness and values alignment. She walks the talk living her core values of compassion, respect, and ethics by bringing these values to life as a mindfulness teacher with MindfulnessUK.

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