Here are some other mindful resources that we like or have used
Kindmind - Sally Edward runs a range of courses, including an 8 week MBSR, one day events, longer retreats and tuition. She taught both of us, MBSR and our instructor's course, and we have attended plenty of her mindfulness events, ranging from mornings to 3 day silent retreats. She is highly capable, lovely and is worth seeking out.
Adele Doxey - Mindfulness courses, MBSR, afternoon relaxation retreats
Yorkshire Sculpture Park also have some good events, check out https://ysp.org.uk/learning/artandwellbeing
Leeds: Breathworks – offering a range of courses aimed at health issues and using mindfulness with chronic pain as well as stress.
Sheffield: Tall Spaghetti - Lots of mindfulness courses, plus she collaborates with Sally Edward of Kindmind on a regular basis
Wakefield: Ken Lunn – Wakefield Mindfulness Centre. MBSR, sitting groups, etc; https://www.meetup.com/Wakefield-Mindfulness-and-Meditation-Meetup/
Holme Valley Wellbeing Centre
Plenty going on here, including a meditation group and occasional events by, err, us!
Ebb & Flow - Lyze Dudley offering mindfulness courses in Honley
Amazingly, mindfulness is practiced beyond the West Riding, but thankfully, due to the internet, it's possible to find out all about stuff without having to leave Yorkshire!
The Oxford Mindfulness centre website is worth a browse;
Tara Brach's website is a treasure trove of mindful resources
Sharon Salzburg is also worth a browse - lots of articles, podcasts...
Mindful magazine is a good read;
If you like listening to podcasts, check out
If you are interested in how to teach mindfulness to children, this site has some really good ideas
The Basement Recovery Project work with issues surrounding drug and alcohol addiction - we are currently running a mindfulness course for them. They are great!
More info at; https://thebasementproject.org.uk/
S2R - Support to Recovery are a fabulous local charity running loads of wellbeing, creative and outdoor workshops promoting positive mental health and wellbeing. First port of call (after the doctors) if you find yourself signed off work with mental health issues.