The OMF provides insight on research, training, and the latest news and information across the field of mindfulness.
An Interview with Jon Kabat-Zinn (by Alice Tickell)
An interview with mindfulness expert Jon Kabat-Zinn, by Research Assistant and Project Co-ordinator Alice TickellRead More
The Oxford Mindfulness Foundation partners with The Mindful Foundation in India
A country of 1.44 billion people and the 5th largest economy in the world, India recently celebrated its 75th year of independence. On the one hand, India has a booming economy creating deep global footprints, growing far stronger than any of its counterparts, and on the other it’s a country with the most ancient wisdom traditions.Read More
The OMF is offering free weekday practice sessions
Free weekday online practice sessions. 19.00-19.30 UK time
New to mindfulness, or hoping to develop a regular mindfulness practice?
If so, please join us for our Weekday Sits – 30 minutes of free guided practices and teaching by experienced OMF teachers.
The MYRIAD project – free legacy resources now available to download
The MYRIAD project are pleased to announce that their free legacy resources around mental health and mindfulness research are now available to download.Read More
Mindfulness for Life: Finding Peace Amidst Difficulties and Cultivating Joy, Compassion, Equanimity and Wisdom
Can mindfulness support the development of resilience and help the whole population realise their potential and move towards flourishing? Can a programme that combines mindfulness and cognitive science help more of the population find peace in a frantic world, develop resilience, realise their potential and flourish? Can it serve to reduce stress and improve mental health for many and enhance resilience and human potential for all? Professor Willem Kuyken, DClinPsy. Sir John Ritblat Family Foundation Professor of Mindfulness and Psychological Science and Director, University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre outlines the OMC vision for mindfulness for life.Read More
Impressions from the International Conference on Mindfulness, Amsterdam 2018 by Pilar Puig
Pilar Puig, who will begin our MSt in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy this autumn, shares her impressions from this year's ICM conference in Amsterdam.Read More
MBCT in Brazil – OMC and the Mente Aberta Centre (in English and Portuguese)
In 2017 a partnership between the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, led by Professor Willem Kuyken, and Mente Aberta Centre, led by Professor Marcelo Demarzo, was initiated with the aim of implementing and propagating the Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) in Brazil.Read More
Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy Training in Taiwan: Cultivating a Garden 正念認知療法培訓在台灣：培育一處花園
Through our relationship with Mindfulness-Based Helping Association in Taiwan, the Oxford Mindfulness Centre is working to achieve its goal of training a new generation of mindfulness teachers across the world. Professors Willem Kuyken and Yen-Hui Lee reflect on offering MBCT training in Taiwan.Read More
“I am in control of my thoughts, they don’t control me”
Karen Wyn Griffith, who took one of our MBCT courses recently, describes the impact it has had on her.Read More