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Lynne Wheeler is a mindfulness teacher and Trustee of the Mindfulness Network. As someone who has applied for and used our bursary scheme, Lynne’s valuable feedback around inclusive language meant that we have since reviewed and changed several elements of Read more…

~ Written by Sanjay Suri ~ Sanjay joined the Teacher Training Pathway (TTP) in 2019 and qualified as a Trained Teacher in January 2022 alongside his role as a Consultant Paediatrician. Here Sanjay shares some reflections on his experience of Read more…

~ Written by Ali Lambie – a Mindfulness Network registered supervisor offering individual supervision for mindfulness teachers and one of our compassion leaders, specialising in Mindful Self-Compassion ~ “Admit something: Everyone you see, you say to them, ‘love me’ Of Read more…

~ Written by Elizabeth English ~ Elizabeth was an early participant on the Teacher Training Pathway (TTP), starting 2014, mentored by Eluned Gold and supervised by Pam Erdmann, certified in 2019. During her TTP journey, Elizabeth delivered over 50 eight-week Read more…

Our Approach to Offering Mindfulness-Based Supervision One of the original reasons that the Mindfulness Network (MN) began was to offer mindfulness-based supervision (MBS). This was back in 2012 when the charity began as a small community interest company. Alison has Read more…

“If we merge mercy with might, and might with right, then love becomes our legacy and change our children’s birthright” – Amanda Gorman, US National Youth poet Laureate We often think of compassion as tender, soft and comforting, but that’s Read more…

Trish Bartley is a core mindfulness trainer at Bangor University and work as part of the Bangor University/Mindfulness Network collaboration. The volume of the group is being turned up in mindfulness teaching – thanks to the MBI:TAC, which includes ‘holding the group Read more…

~ Written By Rosemary Harris, who recently qualified as a Practicing Teacher of MBSR and remains on the Teacher Training Pathway (TTP) to complete the Trained Teacher certification in association with Bangor University ~   In March 2020, as the Read more…

~ Written by Bridgette O’Neill, Retreat and Compassion Lead for the Mindfulness Network ~   Practising mindfulness meditation was a mixed bag for me early on. I was drawn to a sense of ease and joy in life that I saw Read more…

~ Written by Rebecca Crane PhD, Director of the Mindfulness Centre at Bangor University and Trustee for the Mindfulness Network ~ New Year is often a time to look forward and refresh intentions. I am also enjoying reflecting back on 2021 and Read more…

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