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Jessica Andexer offers unique neuroscience informed and nature based well-being work, for individuals, groups and organisations. Everyone has a right to better understand how their brain, body and emotional well being function, what impacts this and how to find deeper wellbeing, aliveness and connection. ‘My intention is to aid mental health, reduce anxiety and encourage […]
23rd February, 2023 at 12:30pm
Online (Zoom)

Forthcoming events
Wading through the NICE guidelines to find the section you want that will be helpful can be a headache. In this short session, Ruth Ormston (Co-Director, The Mindfulness Initiative) will get straight to the juicy bits that may help you in a pitch to a client or to anyone wanting to find out what the […]
Jon is a Navy SEAL Commander turned mindfulness and meditation teacher. He’s a Naval Academy graduate and has his masters in Operations Research from the Naval Postgraduate School. Jon has served in Iraq, Afghanistan, off the coast of Somalia, and in Panama. Jon brings mindfulness and meditation to high-performing teams to aid in dealing with […]
Pilar is a mindfulness teacher based in Barcelona, Spain. She graduated from the Masters in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at the University of Oxford in 2020. Pilar’s struggles with her own nervous system led her to explore the emerging field of trauma-sensitive mindfulness and to work with leading expert in the field David Treleaven, author […]
Past events
Join us for our third MWC Book Club facilitated by MWC member Nick Hammond. In this session, we will be exploring the book by John Teasdale, ‘What happens in mindfulness. Inner Awakening and Embodied Cognition. Book Summary: ‘Well known for applying mindfulness to the treatment of depression, pioneering researcher John Teasdale now explores the broader […]
Relational Mindfulness: A workshop presented by Emma Donaldson-Feilder. As mindfulness teachers, our way of being with our clients and groups will influence outcomes perhaps as much as the words we use. Our mindfulness practice is a vital support in being aware and discerning about what we embody. Relational Mindfulness takes this a step further by […]
Pilar Puig Cortada (The Oxford Mindfulness Foundation) will be speaking about Trauma Informed Mindfulness and her work with trauma professional,  David Treleaven. Pilar is a mindfulness teacher based in Barcelona, Spain. She graduated from the Masters in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at the University of Oxford in 2020. Pilar’s struggles with her own nervous system […]
  This month, we’ll be exploring Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness and David Treleaven’s book. More info. TBC. Free to MWC members, £5.00 for non-members, followers and guests.
We are pleased to announce BAMBAs Affiliate Member, Sussex Mindfulness Centre, are hosting their 2022 Annual Conference on September 16th 2022. ‘If culture is made up of the values, beliefs, attitudes and behaviours shared by a group of people – then how can mindfulness and a greater awareness of social inequalities transform the status quo? […]
At our next Trainer’s Sharing Forum we will explore together how, as mindfulness trainers, we can skilfully hold a group in a workplace setting.  Looking at the Inside Out Group model to give a brief framework to look at some key themes: the importance of staying embodied and holding a space in a non-judgmental way. […]
Join us for our first ever MWC Book Club facilitated by MWC member Brian Henderson. Kathryn Mannix ‘From the bestselling author of With the End in Mind, a book about the hardest conversations we have in life and how to do them right – honestly and without regret – Listen’. ‘Kathryn has spent her medical […]
This event is free to MWC members and open to followers and non-members for a fee of £15.00. The theme for discussion will be ‘Using ACT as a tool to explore emotions at work’.  We will draw themes from the book, ‘Emotional Agility’ by Susan David and the work of Shamash Alidina. We will also […]
This keynote is free to MWC members and open to followers and non-members for a fee of £15.00. Erick Rinner is a non-executive director and senior trainer of The Potential Project, and in-residence executive at IMD.  Erick is also an executive coach with a particular focus on mindfulness coaching and is a trained mindfulness teacher in […]