I am a trained Mindfulness teacher with the Mindfulness in Schools Project which is a non-profit organisation set up in 2007. It’s aim is to encourage, support and research the teaching of secular Mindfulness

I deliver the Mindfulness curriculum for young people which are courses taught experientially in Educational settings to help them manage stress and anxiety.

The courses for both primary and secondary school age students aim to help young people:

  • Experience greater sense of well-being
  • To fulfil their potential and pursue their own goals
  • To work with difficult mental states such as depressive, ruminative and anxious thoughts and moods
  • To cope with everyday stresses and strains of adolescent life such as exams, relationships, sleep problems and family issues.

I have extensive experience of delivering this course in a number of different schools with a range of young people.

I can devise a bespoke programme to best suit particular educational settings and cater specifically for the needs of their students. This programme can also be offered to individuals on a one to one basis.


.b is a fun engaging and highly effective mindfulness course for young people adapted from the adult courses Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy.

It has been carefully crafted to engage even the most cynical students.

I can devise a bespoke programme to suit your particular setting and cater specifically for the needs of your students.

It is also possible to offer this programme on an individual basis and I would be pleased to discuss this further with you.

The cost of the courses are inclusive of all the resources and materials that will be given to students during the course.

Please enquire for additional information and details of the costs involved.

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Paws b is for children aged between 7-11 and can be offered as a series of PHSE lessons and by integrating the learning and practice of mindfulness in all National curriculum subjects and in the children’s everyday lives.

It is intended to promote well- being, helps children understand themselves better and be resilient and resourceful when life is challenging.


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“If you concentrate on finding whatever is good in every situation, you will discover that your life will suddenly be filled with gratitude, a feeling that nurtures the soul.”
Rabbi Harold Kushner
“The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers.”
Thich Nhat Hanh