About Mindfulness in Action
Mindfulness in Action is based in Cardiff and since 2010 we’ve taught many mindfulness courses and other events, gradually developing our work with individuals, leaders and organisations, schools and community groups. Our vision is offering mindfulness and the values that support it for the whole of society.
The founders have practised mindfulness and meditation for many years and we aim to teach with warmth and integrity. For that reason, we’re committed to practising mindfulness ourselves and following the UK Network for Mindfulness-Based Teacher Trainers Good Practice Guidelines.
Vishvapani Blomfield has led around 70 mindfulness courses and continues to teach many of our eight week courses. He also teaches mindfulness in criminal justice and healthcare settings and offers mindful leadership training in collaboration with leading UK business schools. He’s an Associate of Breathworks Mindfulness, The Mindfulness Initiative and the Mindfulness All Party Parliamentary Group in the UK Parliament. Vishvapani is also a writer and broadcaster, best known for his contributions to BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the Day.
Community and Education Lead
Kamalagita Hughes heads our Education Programme, having trained in .b and .b Foundation; and our Community Mindfulness Programme, having wide experience of working with community groups. Having worked as a film-maker, writer and teacher, she is now a Lecturer and Mentor in Work-based Learning at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David.
Heather Fish, who works on our workplace and leadership programmes, is a Work-based Learning Fellow at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David where she has founded the Mindfulness in the Workplace Programme. Heather teaches the MBSR programme independently in Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire, and she is also a writer and performance poet.
Liz teaches the .b mindfulness programme for 11-18 year olds and the Paws.b version for 7-11 year olds, the .b Foundations programme for teachers. She was a teacher and headteacher and for ten years she was Head of Children and Young People’s Strategy for the Welsh Assembly Government.