The OMF provides insight on research, training, and the latest news and information across the field of mindfulness.
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
Further Update: Don’t miss out! Final Opportunity to complete your ‘Modular’ Teacher Training Pathway by Marion Furr
Until 2021, we had been offering two different non-academic ways to train as a teacher: the 12-month “Cohort” route, and the “Modular” route. If you have completed some (but not all) modules and workshops for the Modular training route, please read this blog carefully.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.
Mindfulness Frame by Frame designed by Mark Williams
Join us as we offer Mark Williams' new course developed for those who have already completed a mindfulness course and want to explore mindfulness more deeply. This course explores how every waking moment, our understanding of the world is dominated by predicting what actions we need to take next, coloured by what is called ‘feeling tone’.Read More
We can develop mindfulness; it can be cultivated through mindfulness practice. A question I am often asked is, “What is the difference between mindfulness and meditation?” Meditation is a way of cultivating mindfulness. Instead of the word meditation, which can have all sorts of religious overtones, I tend to use the term mindfulness practice.Read More
Our ‘Modular’ Teacher Training is Ending by Marion Furr
Until last year, we have been offering two different non-academic ways to train as a teacher: the 12-month “Cohort” route, and the “Modular” route. Over the next 12 months, we are phasing out the Modular teacher-training route, and after Spring 2023, this Modular teacher training will be discontinued completely.Read More
The importance of mindfulness-based supervision for teachers
As a teacher begins to put what they have been learning through personal mindfulness practice and training into teaching – mindfulness-based supervision (MBS) is the space with the help of another to explore teaching and continue to build competence and confidence.Read More
No action required by Neil Midgley
This new Mindfulness Frame by Frame course from Mark Williams offers an opportunity to deepen and expand mindfulness practice, by focusing on an aspect of human experience that is well-known in ancient meditation teaching – but which is seldom highlighted today.Read More