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


First Steps

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), Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) or Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) course as a pre-requisite, therefore this is may be good place to begin. We offer all of these courses regularly at The Mindfulness Project.

Please check with your teaching course provider to confirm individual requirements before commencing a course with us if this is your intention.

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Developing Your Practice

As a mindfulness teacher it’s important to have a daily personal practice. For this reason, you may be interested in joining one of our deepening courses, developed for those that have already completed an MBSR, MBCT and MSC or that meditate regularly. These include the 12-Week ‘Taking It Further’ and 8-Week ‘Interpersonal Mindfulness’ courses.

We also offer a weekly drop-in session on a Thursday for those that have an established practice. Many mindfulness teachers also join our specialist masterclasses and workshops to support their personal practice.

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Teacher Training

If you have already completed an introductory 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 and the University of Aberdeen 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 wish you all the best with your journey to become a mindfulness teacher and hope to connect with you to share in your experience.

The Mindfulness Project
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London W1T 5DX

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