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The OMC is now offering weekday practice sessions for those new to mindfulness, or for those keen to support their daily practice
Free weekday online practice sessions. 7.00-7.30pm 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 OMC teachers.
From paddling in the shallows to taking a deeper dive into Mindfulness by Claire Kelly
Whether you choose to ‘paddle in the shallows’ or take a ‘deeper dive’ into mindfulness, know you’ll be very welcome whoever you are and wherever you come from. Meanwhile, you’ll be supported by an experienced, skilful and supportive team here at the OMC.Read More
It’s not what you do it’s the way that you do it by Christina Surawy
‘It’s not what you do it’s the way that you do it’ Taking part in a 5-day on-line retreat: a surprisingly interesting experience.Read More
New Administrative Assistant Vacancy – Join our team!
We are looking for an Administrative Assistant to join our team. This post is located in our satellite and main communications office in Llandudno, North Wales.Read More
Mindfulness: Taking it Further – Research Funded Courses
Join us as we research our Taking it Further ProgrammeRead More
New Full-time MBCT Lead Vacancy – We have now appointed!
Due to an increased demand for online international programme delivery, we are looking for an experienced mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) teacher and trainer to provide leadership of our portfolio of MBCT courses for the general population.Read More
The Oxford Mindfulness Centre’s Guiding Ethical Principles
At the University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC) we’ve developed Guiding Ethical Principles to provide guidance on what anyone can expect from us in terms of ethics and integrity.Read More