How long is the Masterclass? 1 day (unless otherwise stated)
Who is the Masterclass for? Please refer to each particular Masterclass
Where is the Masterclass? Oxford Mindfulness Centre
How many people on each Masterclass? Please refer to each particular Masterclass
How much does the Masterclass cost? £125 (from January 2017 – £130 including lunch – unless otherwise stated)
Is the course for me?
One-day masterclasses and workshops at the OMC are directed by leaders in their field, within mindfulness training, teaching and research.
These one-day events offer continuing professional development in teaching MBCT and in specialist areas of applying mindfulness training. They will interest mindfulness teachers as well as those wishing to find out more about recent developments in their field of interest.
If you are an OMC Associate please contact us to book.
For more information on training to be a mindfulness teacher, please see our Train to Teach web page.
How do I book?
- Please click on the link next to each Masterclass
- Online application only
- Credit/Debit card payment
- Confirmation of your booking will be sent via email
- Please read our Terms and Conditions, including cancellation policy
29 January 2016- Mindfulness and Happiness – Ruth Baer
5 February 2016- The Mindfulness-Based Interventions: Teaching Assessment Criteria – Willem Kuyken and Alison Evans
12 February 2016- Working with Mindfulness: Mindfulness in organisations and leadership teams – Chris Tamdjidi & Tessa Watt
18 March 2016- Groups in Mindfulness-Based Teaching – Trish Bartley
8 April 2016- Rethinking the Dharma for a Secular Age – Stephen Batchelor
26 April 2016- Enquiry in MBCT – Antonia Sumbundu
9 June 2016- Teaching Mindfulness in Non-Clinical Settings – Chris Cullen
30 September 2016- Neuroscience in Mindfulness – Thorsten Barnhofer
25 November 2016- Mindfulness and Creativity: How to Adapt, Create and Thrive in a Frantic World – Danny Penman
15 & 16 December 2016- Supervision for MBCT: 2-day workshop – Melanie Fennell, Antonia Sumbundu & Christina Surawy
24 February 2017 – Lessons from the ReSource Project: Effects of a One-Year Mental Training on Brain Plasticity, Compassion, Perspective Taking, Attention, Stress, Interoception and Prosocial Behavior – Tania Singer (£130 including lunch)
5 May 2017 – Teaching Mindfulness in Non-Clinical Settings – Chris Cullen
21 June 2017 – Mindfulness-Based Interventions from the Inside: A Day-Long Laboratory of Practice, Inquiry, and Fine-Tuning – Jon Kabat-Zinn (£130 including lunch) Central London Venue TBC
Schedule for the day:
From 9:00 am: Registration with coffee
9.30 am: Workshop begins
4.30 pm: End
There is a cash only canteen/shop in the hospital where you can get sandwiches, salads or hot meals.
Travelling to the Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC):
The following document offers advice about how to get to the OMC – Travel Information
We are approximately 3 miles from Oxford railway station with frequent trains from London (Paddington) and many other parts of the UK. Allow 20 minutes by taxi from the station forecourt and 30 minutes by bus (Wood Farm service). Many coaches from London stop 5-10 minutes walk from the OMC.
Please note that parking on the Warneford site is severely restricted and you are strongly advised to use public transport. If you are travelling by car, Oxford is well served by Park and Ride facilities, the nearest being Thornhill.