Next event
The MWCs sister association, ‘The Mindfulness In Law Group; are hosting their next mindfulness session ‘Mindfulness and Me’ on Tuesday 13 June at 12:30pm via Zoom. This session will be chaired by Gunraj Arora who is a member of MILG committee. During the session, Gunraj will be sharing his mindfulness journey before moving into a […]
13th June, 2023 at 12:30pm
Online (Zoom)

Forthcoming events
‘Social Mindfulness’ explains how we create a sense of self in relationship to others. Mindfulness practice enables us to diffuse the sense of a separate self and work with others in the service of collective interests. It is a new approach that applies mindfulness to understand the social causes of stress and empower change. Mindfulness-Based […]
MWC Members Matt Champion (SAP) and Chris Tamdjidi (Founder and Managing Partner at Awaris) will join a panel to explore the current status of Mindfulness in Organisations – what’s working and what are the obstacles to successful Mindfulness programmes in organisations. Matt is a creative catalyst, with 20+ years of experience in enabling and challenging […]
Vidyamala Burch OBE is a mindfulness and compassion teacher, speaker, coach and award-winning author. Her evidence-based Mindfulness-based Pain & Illness Management (MBPM) approach has reached over 100,000 people around the world and is recognised by health boards globally. Through her work, she hopes to empower those living with pain or difficulty to reclaim their lives. […]
The MWC is delighted to host Amy Sandler,  Lead Coach and Podcast Host at Radical Candor LLC, in a dialogue with Robert Chender, member of the MWC Board of Advisors and long-time mindfulness practitioner and teacher, about Radical Candor. Radical Candor is the process developed by Kim Scott and discussed in her best-selling book, of caring personally while […]
Past events
Along with being the presenter of ABC Catalyst, director of The Neuroscience Academy, and author of The Women’s Brain Book, The neuroscience of health, hormones and happiness, Sarah is the author of ‘This is Your Brain on Menopause‘ – a seven-part series exploring menopause from a brain health perspective with a particular focus on 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 […]
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  focus on the workplace guidelines aswell as touch on other guidelines that mention Mindfulness – for reference and context (for example, depression). Understanding these may […]
This is a new initiative we are trialling to connect MWC members, friends and guests together in a 30 minute, short mindfulness practice with rotating facilitators. Our first session will be facilitated by MWC advisory board member Tessa McEwan. Tessa founded Developing Talent Ltd in 2008 to introduce more effective assessment processes and ways of […]
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 […]
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.