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~ Written By Hege Tuen Seglem from Norway. Hege recently qualified as a ‘Competency-assessed’ Teacher of MBSR through our Teacher Training Pathway in association with Bangor University ~ The Teacher Training Pathway (TTP) has been a precious opportunity to explore Read more…

~ Written by Jiva Masheder who is one of our registered Mindfulness Network Supervisors and also offers Personal Practice Mentoring. In this blog post, Jiva reflects on her latest research paper about supporting participants’ home practice ~ ‘I don’t have 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…

~ written by Trish Bartley ~  It was a great thrill for us to offer this training in the Far East. We had recently established our company called Mayfly (www.mayfly.org.uk) and this was our first engagement. Luck and coincidence got 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…

– written by Estrella Fernandez in Spanish and English. Please scroll down to read the English translation. ESPAÑOL “Comparte una breve historia sobre algún momento de tu vida en que te hayas sentido excluido o tratado de forma diferente a Read more…

– written by Alison Evans and Julia Wallond The muting of an idea For several years, a group of mindfulness-based supervisors who are part of the Mindfulness Network (MN) have met each year for a few days to connect as Read more…

Trish Bartley looks back over the history of Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice. Her “Long View” spans from 1999 to the present day, when Bangor University’s Teacher Training Pathway moves to its new home within The Mindfulness Network, Read more…

– written by Gill Johnson and Alison Evans On 11th June, Alison Evans (Supervision Lead and Executive Director at The Mindfulness Network and core trainer at Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice) and Gill Johnson (Friends of Bangor) Read more…

written by Bridgette O’Neill Feeling the effects of a busy period of work, I notice a yearning to be on retreat. What is it that I’m longing for? What does a retreat offer me? Respite from my to-do list? Yes Read more…

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