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Mindfulness: Teaching in the Workplace

February 21, 2025 @ 8:30 am - October 24, 2025 @ 1:00 pm GMT


The training explores the skills required to introduce mindfulness confidently in workplace settings and build a practice in the field. Succinct presentations on relevant theories and concepts are blended with opportunities for hands-on practice, experiential learning and real-world applications through case study simulations and real-world assignments.

The course is for experienced mindfulness teachers, who are teaching Mindfulness-Based Programmes in line with the UK Good Practice Guidelines and meet the criteria shown on our website.


It takes place Friday mornings over 12 sessions, comprising two teaching blocks of 6 sessions 21st February to 24th October 2025:

Teaching Block 1 comprises 6 sessions: February 21st and 28th, March 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th.
Teaching Block 2 comprises 6 sessions: September 12th, 19th and 26th, October (no training on October 3rd), 10th, 17th and 24th.

Event Details

February 21, 2025 @ 8:30 am GMT
October 24, 2025 @ 1:00 pm GMT
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Specific Audience:
This course is for mindfulness teachers who have successfully completed a trainer-led face-to-face or live-online Mindfulness Teacher Training Programme lasting at least 12 months, from a recognised Teacher Training Organisation and who meet all of the other entry requirements.
Event Mindfulness Approach:
Mindfulness for life (MBCT-L), Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
This event will be taught by:
Leonie Schell, Susan Peacock

Partner Profile

Oxford Mindfulness Foundation

Oxford Mindfulness Foundation

Registered Jun 2020
Training Partner


The Oxford Mindfulness Foundation is internationally recognised for mindfulness teaching and training. We collaborate with a number of international organisations to achieve our vision of a world in which there is universal access to mindfulness and a greater understanding and acceptability of the impact of mindful behaviour.




Oxford, United Kingdom