A message from Bridgette O’Neill, our Retreat Lead:
The Mindfulness Network is delighted to be able to offer a range of mindfulness retreats that are inclusive, based on well-researched approaches, and respect differing views and beliefs. Our retreats are informed by both ancient knowledge and modern theories, as well as scientific findings about health and well-being. They are open to people of any and no faith.
Our aim is to provide mindfulness-based practitioners and teachers with a variety of opportunities to deepen their practice, in supportive settings, with the guidance of experienced mindfulness retreat leaders. All of our retreats are led by highly-experienced teachers, trained in retreat leadership, who are senior in the field of mindfulness-based interventions. Our retreats are designed to be in line with the requirements of the British Association of Mindfulness-Based Approaches (BAMBA) for continued professional development.
We are keen to support mindfulness practitioners at all stages of their journey. Consequently, we provide shorter introductory retreats, retreats specifically aimed at supporting those training to teach, and retreats for experienced teachers, trainers and supervisors.
We also offer:
- mindfulness-based supervision
- compassion retreats & training courses
- mindfulness teacher training, including the Teacher Training Pathway (in collaboration with Bangor University) and stand-alone courses
- personal practice mentoring
- eight-week MBSR distance learning courses
We hope you can find something to support you in our offerings, and look forward to meeting you at our events.
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