We are a group of experienced Mindfulness teachers with substantial training offering high quality mindfulness teaching to the general public and organisations. We adhere to the Good Practice Guidelines for teaching mindfulness-based courses as laid out by the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Trainers.
Salma is director of the Mindfulness Consultancy, a mindfulness trainer and psychotherapist who has been teaching mindfulness alongside clinical practice as a body-oriented psychotherapist since 2001, in NHS mental health services, non-profits and corporations in the UK and USA.
She teaches mindfulness to a cross-section of the community working with groups and individuals including at University College London, Brighton University, Unilever and London Mindful. She has co-designed a mindfulness & cognitive behavioural therapy programme for an ap for Meru Health, Finland currently undergoing clinical trials in Finland and USA.
Salma trained in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA with Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn, and in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Mindfulness Supervision at Bangor University UK.
Salma has practiced meditation since 1989 with extended periods in retreats and monasteries in the Theravada Buddhist tradition (where Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn took his learning) since 2000, including a 6 month silent meditation retreat, two retreats of 6 weeks and two of 1 month duration. She is a Yoga Elder registered with the Independent Yoga Network (IYN).
Alex Irving, MSc
Alexander Irving is a mindfulness trainer who has practiced mindfulness since 2001 and has completed four years of teacher training in Mindfulness Approaches at the Centre for Mindfulness, Research and Practice, Bangor University. He teaches MBCT, MBSR and Frantic World for the workplace and the general public, working with groups and individuals, helping them learn and apply mindfulness into the midst of their lives. He’s also an osteopath with an MSc in Pain: Science and Society from King’s College London.
Juliet Adams, MA
Juliet Adams has over 20 years experiences working on learning, organisational and leadership initiatives within large organisations. She holds a Masters degree in training and performance management, and is a Fellow of CIPD, where she works with senior HR Managers. Juliet is founder of Mindfulnet.org, a leading independent mindfulness information resource. She arranged the first Mindfulness at work conference in 2012, and her 2014 conference was organised in collaboration with Cranfield University School of management . She is author of ‘Making the business case for mindfulness’ and co-author of ‘Mindfulness at Work for Dummies’. Juliet’s mindfulness teacher training is in MBCT, and she specialises in mindfulness in the workplace for groups and individuals.
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