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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…

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