Welcome to Everyday Mindfulness Scotland
As an association of teachers of mindfulness our vision is of an increasing number of people experiencing the benefits of a regular mindfulness practice. As a member of the UK Network of Mindfulness Teacher Training Organisations, our social enterprise is recognised as offering the highest standards in our teaching and training.
Our values underpin our work and guide our relationships:
We promote inclusion, equality and involvement. We aim to make our training and support accessible to all, and to listen to and learn from those who choose to study with us. Most of our advisory group are our former students. We work in secular settings and our courses can be accessed by people of all faiths and none.
Our approach is empowering, strengths based and hopeful. We believe everyone has the innate quality of mindfulness and that everyone has the capacity to live well and hopefully, regardless of circumstances.
Our work is compassion focussed. We are open and sensitive to the difficulties that we can all experience as humans, and are strongly motivated to relieve and prevent suffering.
Adoption UK, Children 1st, Crossroads Cowal and Bute, Dochas Centre, Dyslexia Scotland, Dystonia Society, East Dunbartonshire Council, East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action, East Lothian Council, East Renfrewshire Council, East Renfrewshire CHCP, INverclyde Health and Social Care Partnership, KCA Deutag, Mull and Iona Community Trust, National Union of Students, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Newsprinters, North Argyll Carers Centre, Remploy, Renfrewshire Carers Centre, Renfrewshire Association of Mental Health, Scottish Government, University of the West of Scotland, West Dunbartonshire Council, West Glasgow Carers Centre and Young Scot
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