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beyond beginners

Train to Introduce Mindfulness – 10 Day Course Wednesdays/Saturdays

April 3, 2024 @ 9:00 am - May 18, 2024 @ 5:00 pm BST


This online Train to Introduce Mindfulness course is designed to provide skills and competencies to people working in settings where they would like to offer introductory mindfulness skills and practices but not teach a full 8-week course.

Participants will train to deliver the 3-session Introducing Mindfulness (IM) curriculum, which offers a brief taste of mindfulness practice, skills and theory in a format intended to be accessible to anyone new to mindfulness. The training also includes guidance on how to implement mindfulness in your context, including practices that may be useful for ‘taster’ sessions, ‘drop-ins’, follow-on practice sessions etc. You can read more about Introducing Mindfulness Course here

IMPORTANT: You do not need to complete this course if you are currently on the OMF 12-month cohort training route.

Please see our website for more info.

Event Details

April 3, 2024 @ 9:00 am BST
May 18, 2024 @ 5:00 pm BST
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Specific Audience:
This course may be interest to people who would like to introduce mindfulness practices alongside another professional context such as healthcare, community services, personal fitness, the arts, workplace etc. PLEASE NOTE: This curriculum is intended to be delivered to adults over 18 years of age and is not applicable to children
Event Mindfulness Approach:
Mindfulness for life (MBCT-L)
This event will be taught by:
Sian Warriner, Patrick Kozakiewicz

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