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Dr. Cinzia Pezzolesi is a chartered Clinical Psychologist, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapist, Mindful Eating Specialist, and senior lecturer on mental health and wellbeing with the University of Hertfordshire. In addition to her private therapy practice, she serves as the Head Teacher and Clinical Director for The Mindfulness Project (UK) and on the board of the Centre for Mindful Eating in the USA. Cinzia has a first degree in Psychology and a Professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Urbino and holds a PhD from the University of Hertfordshire, UK.


Rosalie Dores
Rosalie has practiced meditation and yoga since 1992. She completed a five-year Master’s degree, with distinction, in Teaching Mindfulness-Based Approaches at Bangor University in 2011. She was awarded a prize for being the top-performing Masters’ student of her year. She now spends her time teaching Mindfulness-based programmes, supervising trainees, and new and experienced mindfulness teachers, mentoring new and experienced meditators and offering training with The Mindfulness Network CIC and further afield in Europe. She is an Insight Dialogue meditation teacher and teaches retreats internationally as well as teaching the Interpersonal Mindfulness programme. She is a certified Focusing practitioner and Work That Reconnects facilitator.


Mindfulness Teacher - Alexander Irving
Alex has practiced mindfulness since 2001 and has been teaching since 2011. He holds a Masters degree in Teaching Mindfulness Based Approaches from Bangor University and is registered to teach with the British Association of Mindfulness Based Approaches. Alex has a particular interest in the deepening and extending of mindfulness practice and has trained to teach Mindfulness Based Compassionate Living with the Mindfulness Network and Deepening Mindfulness with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre. In addition to his mindfulness training Alex has a background in Osteopathy with a Masters Degree in Pain Science.


Mindfulness Teacher - Rosemary
Rosemary has been an accredited counsellor and psychotherapist for over 23 years, working in organisations as a leadership facilitator, executive coach and mindfulness trainer. She trained at Bangor University as a mindfulness teacher in 2008 and again in 2015. In addition, she trained with Kristin Neff and Chris Germer, founders of the Centre for Mindful Self Compassion in 2014 and is a certified mindful self-compassion teacher. Rosemary adheres to good practice guidelines and has a particular interest in helping people suffering from low moods, stress, anxiety and health conditions to develop resilience and wellbeing. She teaches both individuals and groups.


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Jiva has been practicing mindfulness since 1997. She has a Masters in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapies from Exeter University, supervises mindfulness teachers with The Mindfulness Network and assists with teacher training for Sussex Mindfulness Centre. She is also a certified mindful self-compassion teacher. Jiva follows the Good Practice Guidelines and has taught as part of several research trials. She has taught over 100 courses to people from all walks of life, and has a particular interest in helping people overcome anxiety and stress-related challenges.


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Debbie is a mindfulness teacher, trainer and consultant with over 25 years of personal practice of mindfulness and related disciplines. She runs mindfulness courses in the public & private sector, in corporate organisations, communities, family settings, and one to one coaching. She trained to teach mindfulness to MA standard at Bangor University and has a Certificate of Competence in teaching. Debbie follows the Good Practice Guidelines and trained to be a supervisor with the Mindfulness Network CIC. Debbie's experience as a dedicated mindfulness practitioner and teacher comes through in her intuitive and authentic approach to teaching.


Zoe is a Mindfulness and Mindful Self-Compassion teacher, accredited counsellor-psychotherapist and supervisor of mindfulness teachers. She has been practising meditation and yoga since 1996. Zoe trained to teach Mindful Self-Compassion with the Centre for Mindful Self-Compassion (CMSC) and has been running mindfulness and self-compassion programmes since 2010. She is a member of the UK Network of Mindfulness Teachers and adheres to the Good Practice Guidelines. Zoe is passionate about growing and supporting the community of MBSR/MBCT and self-compassion graduates.


Mindfulness Teacher - Christiane
Christiane Kerr has over 20 years personal meditation practice and 12 years experience of teaching yoga and meditation. She completed her mindfulness teacher training through Bangor University and has done additional training with both the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and Mindfulness in Schools. She follows the good practice guidelines for mindfulness teachers. Her particular interest is in how mindfulness can help us develop well-being and resilience and she works with groups, families, individuals, and companies.


Jamie has been practicing mindfulness for over 20 years and started teaching in 2014. She is a British Association of Mindfulness Based Approaches registered mindfulness teacher and has trained with the Mindfulness Association, the Mindfulness in Schools Project, the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and Bangor University’s Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice. She is a doctor and University researcher of Mindfulness Based approaches. She has a particular interest in supporting students to reduce stress and find ways to integrate mindfulness practice into their every day’s lives.


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Natalie is a clinical psychologist, a mindfulness and self-compassion teacher, and a yoga teacher. Natalie trained to teach the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program with the Centre for Mindful Self-Compassion (CMSC) and has been sharing the skills of mindfulness and self-compassion since 2015. She is passionate about sharing these practices with her students to help them live more balanced, kind, and embodied lives. Natalie truly values every opportunity to share these teachings and learns as much from her students as she teach. Natalie’s teaching is informed by her daily practice, eastern and western psychology, and her time in retreat.


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Farah is a mindfulness teacher and executive coach. She has been practising yoga and meditation since 2006, and is passionate about introducing others to these practices that have such a huge impact on her own life. Farah trained to teach Mindfulness at Bangor University and has since completed her Masters in Teaching Mindfulness. Farah follows the UK Good Practice Guidelines. She also brings mindfulness into organisations through executive development and employee wellbeing programmes, and delivers the MBSR course to people impacted by cancer.


Tina completed her mindfulness teacher training with Breathworks, one of the leading mindfulness organisations in the UK, and follows the Good Practice Guidelines from BAMBA, the British Association of Mindfulness-Based Approaches. She is a qualified supervisor for other teachers and regularly attends training events and meditation retreats. She is also a qualified yoga teacher. She has been practicing yoga and mindfulness for more than 20 years and has a deep commitment to sharing these practices with others.


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James trained to teach mindfulness at the University of Aberdeen where he completed the ‘MSc Studies in Mindfulness’ programme. This three year course encompasses mindfulness, compassion, insight and wisdom training. He is committed to the Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) and has undertaken additional training from The Mindfulness Association and The Oxford Mindfulness Centre and continues to attend annual retreats. James has a genuine compassion and empathy for the struggles that bring people to mindfulness and through his teaching he aims to pass on tools that will help others alleviate their own suffering.


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Arjun is a qualified Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teacher and behaviour change coach. He follows the good practice guidelines for teaching mindfulness. Arjun has a particular interest in how mindfulness and meditation can nurture positive mental health and wellbeing in our personal and professional lives.


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Jo Kaye is a full-time mindfulness teacher and coach, working with private and corporate clients in North London and Harley Street. She has been practicing mediation for over 20 years, and is a member of the UK Network of Mindfulness Teachers and adheres to the Good Practice Guidelines. With two lively children, she has a particular passion for providing the tools to help people skilfully deal with the pressures of 21st-century living.


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Dr Tina Basi is a sociologist and researcher of mindfulness-based approaches in addressing social challenges, and has over ten years experience of leading meditation and mindfulness practices. Tina undertook her training to lead courses in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy at the Sussex Mindfulness Centre and Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. She has a PhD from the University of Leeds, is a lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and runs a research accelerator programme at the University of Cambridge.


Salma Darling
Salma Darling has practised mindfulness since 1989 and taught mindfulness and compassion since 2002. She has been a body-oriented psychotherapist since 1998 and is a mindfulness and psychotherapy supervisor, and an ecopsychologist practicing embodiment with nature. She trained to teach Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the University of Massachusetts, USA with Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn, the founder of MBSR, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at Bangor University, UK, and follows the UK Good Practice Guidelines. Salma has spent over 2 years in silent meditation retreats, and teaches Insight meditation and secular mindfulness internationally.


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Sama is an artist, Art Psychotherapist and mindfulness practitioner with over 15 years experience in the NHS (Psychiatry) and in Education. She qualified from Goldsmiths as an Art Psychotherapist in 2001, having completed her degree in Fine Art and Critical Theory in 1996. In addition to this, Sama trained to teach Mindfulness Meditation at Bangor University in 2016. She is also passionate about using poetry in her practice and teaching to capture those moments that connect us to ourselves and others, that would otherwise go unnoticed. Sama creates therapeutic spaces for multi modal contemplative exploration, and has witnessed that creativity enables us to experience the authenticity of ourselves.


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Julia Hutchinson is a Counselling Psychologist and Mindfulness Teacher, and holds a Masters in Mindfulness Based Approaches from Bangor University. She has been practicing mindfulness meditation since 2007. She regularly runs mindfulness groups for both adults and children, and specialises in depression, anxiety, relationship and family issues. She has a particular interest in using mindfulness-based approaches to help parents with the challenges of parenting, and children to develop their resilience so they can flourish.