Welcome to the Urban Mindfulness Foundation C.I.C
A not for profit Social Enterprise providing FREE Mindfulness Training Courses that help embrace the challenges of Urban living.
The Urban Mindfulness Foundation provides Mindfulness Training Courses in City locations for Individuals, Families, Youth Groups, Schools, and Business. Every course is designed to facilitate health, well being and pro-social connection by embracing our individual uniqueness and connecting through our common humanity.
We also offer one to one Mindfulness Training to people with particular privacy requirements or those with group anxiety issues. Our bespoke training sessions help to introduce the practice in a safe, professional and relating way.
Each of our practitioners have a depth of personal and academic experience including mindfulness studies to a least MSc Level or equivalent and we each follow the UK Network for Mindfulness Based-Teachers Good Practice Guidelines.
We also deliver the Mindfulness Associations; Mindfulness Based Living Course (MBLC) and Compassion Based Living Course (CBLC) alongside the Mindfulness In Schools Project dot b and Paws b courses.
Mindfulness Based Inclusion Training
Together we have developed the first Mindfulness Based Inclusion Training programme (MBIT). The MBIT programme develops communication, interconnection and trust that heals harmful divisions in modern Cities.
Regular Mindfulness Drop in classes in Newham East London
Why not come along to one of our regular drop in classes run every other Saturday morning. Drop in classes are delivered on a suggested donation basis to ensure Mindfulness Training is available to anyone who wishes to practice it wherever we have a base.
Newham Drop in sessions are held every other Saturday morning.
Time: 10.30am to 12.30 noon
Location: The Red House, 13 Upton Avenue, Forest Gate, London, E7 9PN.
Our Moral Foundations
We also offer Free Mindfulness Training Courses for groups who would not normally be able to afford it!
In collaboration with the Mindfulness Association’s Everyone Project and the Hart Knowe Trust; we provide Free 8-week Mindfulness Based Living Courses to eligible Groups and Organisations with Service Users who would not normally be able to access mindfulness training due to financial constraints or other difficulties. The Free mindfulness courses are funded by your donations and the Mindfulness Association and Hart Knowe Trust’s Everyone Project.
If you have a Group of people or a Community Organisation who you think would benefit from Mindfulness Training, but would not normally be able to access it please get in touch.
Ideal for Charities, Youth Groups, Community Groups, Social Service Groups, Care Leaver Support Organisations, Mental Health Support Groups and Organisations, Criminal Justice, Reform and Rehabilitation Support Groups as well as many other Community Support Organisations and low income support organisations.
Please get in touch or complete our Free Mindfulness Training Opportunities application form here!
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Promoting Cultural Intelligence through Mindfulness Practice
Highlighted in the Mindfulness All-Party Parliamentary Group Report “Mindful Nation UK”. The importance, application and delivery of Mindfulness Based Interventions in the context of socio-economically deprived and ethnically diverse urbanised demographic communities requires significant improvement.
Consequently, The Urban Mindfulness Foundation are focused on developing ways to address the requirements as highlighted in the Parliamentary Report to ensure Mindfulness Training can be delivered authentically to a more diverse audience that represents Urban life.
We also aim to encourages people from an ever widening demographic to both practice and learn to teach Mindfulness across all cultural, religious, ethnic and socio-economical divides.
Ultimately there is a wish that this venture leads to greater cultural intelligence and harmonious inter-connectivity that alleviates some of the suffering of division we see in the world today. If you would like to work with us please contact us on email@example.com
All our courses are offered on a suggested donation basis and concessionary discount codes are offered to those who are unable to meet the suggested donation. If you require a concessionary discount code please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org