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Mindfulness & Meditation for Wellbeing
Mindfulness & Meditation for Wellbeing

Tue, 21 May


Nine Tuesday mornings + a Saturday on Zoom

Mindfulness & Meditation for Wellbeing

Join our 9-week online wellbeing programme, following the MBCT curriculum. Subsidised for helping professionals in Ealing. Experience this NICE-recommended treatment for mild to moderate depression and reducing rates of relapse.

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Time & Location

21 May 2024, 09:30

Nine Tuesday mornings + a Saturday on Zoom

About the Event

Teachers: Connie Au-Yeung & Dr. Yasmin Gunaratnam

Tuesdays:  09:30 - 11:30

Dates: June: 04, 11, 25, July: 02, 09, 16, 23, 30 Plus day of Practice: Saturday 13 July, 10:00 - 16:00

This is an interactive, online experience of mindfulness and meditation, suitable for those who wish to improve their general physical and mental wellbeing through the cultivation of mindful awareness.  Each two-hour online weekly session comprises exercises designed to increase body and mind awareness and develop capacities to detach from automatic reactivity and unhelpful thinking habits such as worry, rumination and self-criticism.

This course includes:

  • Meditation practices
  • Short talks
  • Discussion groups
  • Links to audio recordings for home use

Is this the right time for you to take this programme?

Connie and Yasmin are trained trauma-informed Mindfulness teachers. They are not therapists or medically qualified professionals. This programme is unsuitable for people currently experiencing severe mental health issues or emotional disruptions. It's advisable not to enrol if you have experienced bereavement, trauma or significant life events in the past six months. Open to adults aged 18 and over. Please read 'Is This Course Right For Me' before registering.

SUBSIDY FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS: While this programme is offered at £300 elsewhere online, we're pleased to provide a significant discount for helping professionals in the London Borough of Ealing. Please take advantage of our £200 subsidised ticket if you are a mental health or helping professional currently training or working in the borough. 


Connie Au-Yeung, MA, MBCT & Deeper Mindfulness Teacher 

Connie, a British Hongkonger, is passionate about bringing secular mindfulness practices to diverse and multicultural communities. With experience in language teaching, medical communication, and science research, she has worked in London, Tokyo, Doha, and Cairo, all while raising a bilingual family in Devon. Connie firmly believes in mindfulness's ability to cultivate a sense of belonging and enrich presence.

  • Masters Degrees in Applied Linguistics and TESOL (Leicester) and Neuroscience and Developmental Biology (Cambridge).
  • Practitioner of Insight meditation since 2011, Insight Dialogue, pilates and Qigong.
  • Teacher Training undertaken at The Mindfulness Network, Sussex Mindfulness Centre and the Oxford Mindfulness Foundation.

Yasmin Gunaratnam, MSc, PhD, Yoga and Mindfulness Teacher 

Yasmin, a Professor of Social Justice at the Centre for Public Policy Research, King's College London, focuses her research on health, migration, loss, and healing. Hailing from Sri Lanka, she brings over 25 years of academic experience in teaching and training across non-profit sectors. Committed to inclusive mindfulness and tackling social injustices, Yasmin draws upon her research on health, migration and healing.

  • MSc Sociology with special reference to medicine (Royal Holloway),
  • PhD Social Policy and Administration (London School of Economics).
  • Interests in contemplative social justice, embodied pedagogies, mindfulness and neurodiversity and the effects of living with social injustice."
  • Teacher Training undertaken at The Mindfulness Network (Level One) and Oxford Mindfulness Foundation.


  • 2 hours

    Wk One: Orientation

  • 2 hours

    Week Two: Session Title

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