Mindfulness is an integrative, mind-body-based approach that can help you manage your thoughts and feelings, and change the way you relate to experiences.
The evidence-base for mindfulness is growing, and there's room for it in a wide variety of settings. We offer an online mindfulness course which is backed up by research from Oxford University. The study found that, on average, there was a 58% reduction in anxiety levels, a 57% reduction in depression levels and a 40% reduction in stress levels among people who completed the course.
Online mindfulness training in the workplace
Our online mindfulness course, Be Mindful, is currently used in organisational settings with outstanding results.
"Mindfulness has given me my life back"
Jack, 47, works in sales at an IT Software company, while he is also a keen sailor. He lives with his wife and three children in North London.
Jonty's Story: A GP's perspective on mindfulness
Jonty Heaversedge is a GP who appeared on the BBC's Street Doctor.
James' story: "Mindfulness isn't all 'airy-fairy' like I thought it was"
James, 21, is from West Yorkshire. He is studying business and economics and is in his final year of university.