Mindfulness in Action
Mindfulness opens up a more spacious way of living, helping you feel more confident, relax more easily and be more fully present whatever’s happening in your life
Mindfulness means being more aware of your experience, without judgement. That’s a key to living with more appreciation and a greater sense of choice. Mindfulness can help you find the mental space to respond better to life’s challenges and work effectively with stress, anxiety or depression
Mindfulness meditation practices are simple to learn. By focusing on the breath and the body, you can access your natural capacity to be calmer and more aware
At Mindfulness in Action we’re committed to offering mindfulness and the values that support it for the whole of society.
As mindfulness teachers and practitioners, we’ve learned that, taught well, mindfulness practice is empowering and liberating. Since 2010 we’ve taught around 100 mindfulness courses, mostly in Cardiff, where we’re based.
We work with individuals, companies, organisations, schools, hospitals and community groups across South Wales and beyond.
Vishvapani, our Director, has been teaching meditation and mindfulness for 25 years. He’s also known as a writer, broadcaster (appearing regularly on Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4). He’s worked with the UK Parliament and the Welsh Assembly and is at the forefront of bringing mindfulness to the UK Criminal Justice system.
Mindfulness can help staff and leaders manage stress. It opens up ways to work more creatively, reflectively and harmoniously. That supports innovation, effectiveness and cohesion. We offer tasters, training days and courses in mindfulness for organisations and companies of all sizes
Mindfulness can help people manage a wide range of challenges. We offer training in collaboration with organisations working in the community. We’re specialists in bringing mindfulness into the criminal justice system, Education and public policy.
.b Foundation Course, Bishop of Llandaff School, Llandaff, 4.15 pm to 5.45pm; September 28th- November 23rd
On an eight week mindfulness course you’ll learn simple meditation practices and open up alternative ways of responding to what happens in your life. You’ll explore your experience in an atmosphere of trust, guided by an experienced and qualified mindfulness teacher.
Mindfulness can help whether you want to live life more fully or you’re working with difficulties such as stress, anxiety and depression