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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 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 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 Alison Evans, Executive Director and Supervision Lead for the Mindfulness Network ~ “I don’t even know if I would teach without supervision because it’s so important to me.” – A supervisee Supervision and ongoing engagement with a 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 Philip Anderson ~ Philip is a Trainee on our Teacher Training Pathway (TTP) and recently attended our online Groupwork Workshop in October 2020. This blog post is part of a series called ‘Mindfulness Online’ to help give 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…

Our Business Manager, Ken Lunn, reflects back on 2019 and his time at The Mindfulness Network:   The seeds sown in the last year lie dormant in the ground, and we wait for the earth to warm. It is a natural time for reflection Read more…

  Anna Dóra Frostadóttir is the Executive Director for the Mindfulness Centre in Reykjavík, Iceland and is a registered supervisor with The Mindfulness Network, offering supervision in Icelandic. Here she updates us on the impact of mindfulness in Iceland.   Read more…

~ written by Alison Evans, Pamela Duckerin & Robert Marx Between April 2018 and April 2019, 48 trainees, from Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) services, were trained in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy. The training was a multi-centre collaboration. This blog post describes our experience of Read more…

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