The Mindfulness Project offers a range of mindfulness courses, workshops and retreats to support people in learning to meditate and practice mindfulness.

The Project consists of an amazing team of support staff and mindfulness teachers coordinating and delivering a range of courses, workshops, and events in the field of mindfulness and mindful living. We are all extremely passionate about teaching and spreading mindfulness.



We are looking for an enthusiastic new team member to help coordinate and administer our programme of mindfulness courses, workshops and retreats. The role will also involve supporting our corporate mindfulness programmes, as well as generating and scheduling social media content.

We are a small team and so you will need to sometimes work across other areas of the business. Due to the size of the team, this role offers an opportunity to have a large influence on the operation and programmes of The Mindfulness Project. The role also has the potential to be developed based on your specific interests or areas of expertise.

This role would suit someone with an interest in mindfulness, meditation and/or psychology. The ideal candidate would be personable, organised, technically proficient in Microsoft, Dropbox, Hootsuite, Canva, Zoom and Google Drive, attentive to detail and have experience managing social media accounts for businesses, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. They would also have good written communication skills and a good sense of presentation and aesthetics. 

We are currently mainly working remotely, but there may be some occasions when travel to London will be required and therefore this role will suit someone who is either London-based or nearby. The level of pay will depend on experience and the role could be part-time or full-time, which will be discussed further at the interview stage. The role will include some evening and weekend work. 

To apply for this position, please send an email outlining your interest in the role and any relevant experience to, attaching your CV, with the subject line “Job Application”. We will be interviewing on a rolling basis, and so encourage applications as soon as possible. 


For Prospective Mindfulness Teachers

If you are interested in learning to teach mindfulness but are in the early stages of research, we recommend exploring the Good Practice Guidelines for mindfulness teachers and the BAMBA website as a first step.

Whilst we do not offer mindfulness teacher training, the majority of teaching courses require you to have completed an 8-Week Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) or a Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) course as a pre-requisite.

We offer all of these courses regularly at The Mindfulness Project and all of our teachers follow the Mindfulness Teacher Good Practice Guidelines.


Teacher Training

If you have already completed an 8-week mindfulness course and have a regular practice there are a range of degree, postgraduate and master’s programmes available through Bangor University, University of Exeter, University of Oxford, University of Aberdeen and the University of Sussex which you may like to explore.

There are also a variety of networks and organisations offering mindfulness teacher training pathways consisting of a variety of training events, retreats and supervised teaching.

We are able to support some students with co-teaching opportunites. Please reach out to us to discuss this further.


Qualified & Experienced Teachers

We are always looking for new mindfulness teachers and to connect with other mindfulness enthusiasts, so please do get in touch if this is you.


The Mindfulness Project
6 Fitroy Square
London W1T 5DX

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