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~ 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 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…

In November 2021, Alison Evans and Pamela Duckerin  came together for a conversation about mindfulness-based supervision (MBS). This event was part of a series of events celebrating 20 years of mindfulness at Bangor University, and the launch of the new book ‘Essential Resources Read more…

At the Mindfulness Network, we recognise that the mindfulness world is not truly representative and diverse. Bridgette O’Neill, our Retreat Lead and part of the Bangor University Training Team, recently met with Pauline Gibbs, Founder of MindfulBowl London to discuss her Read more…

~ Written by Rebecca Crane PhD, Director of the Mindfulness Centre at Bangor University and Trustee for the Mindfulness Network ~ Thirty years ago, at Bangor University, Professor Mark Williams started investigating how to help people who were prone to Read more…

~ Written by Sophia Messari, who recently passed the highest level of mindfulness teacher accreditation offered as part of our Teacher Training Pathway (TTP), certified by Bangor University ~ Becoming a Competency-assessed Mindfulness teacher was not an easy journey. As Read more…

Celebrating the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice’s (CMRP) new structure  – written by Alison and Becca, Sophie and Gemma  It has been a full year now since we formalised our collaboration between Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice (CMRP) and The Mindfulness Network Read more…

– by Helen Marsh I have just finished the Teacher Training Pathway and have been awarded competency for teaching MBSR! This didn’t really mean much to friends and work colleagues and was met with “oh good, no more going away Read more…

Late 2016 I was asked if I would consider helping The Mindfulness Network with its operations and IT, and so began an adventure. In January 2017 I took over the reins from Sharon Hadley who had decided to move on Read more…

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