Ed Halliwellinto the heart of mindfulness coverI am a UK-based mindfulness teacher and writer. I lead public mindfulness courses, workshops and retreats in London, Surrey and Sussex, and have introduced and taught mindfulness in workplaces such as Accenture, UNICEF UK, Imperial College Business School, the Houses of Parliament, Tate and Ardingly College. I have written three books: Into The Heart of Mindfulness, Mindfulness: How To Live Well By Paying Attention and (as co-author) The Mindful Manifesto.

I am an associate of the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and Sussex Mindfulness Centre, and regularly speak and write on mindfulness-related topics, in the media and at conferences, festivals and other events. I often write for Mindful magazine, and also wrote the Be Mindful report for the Mental Health Foundation. I co-teach the Foundation's Be Mindful Online training course.

As well as teaching mindfulness to groups and individuals, I am passionate about the benefits of mindfulness in wider society. I am an advisor to The Mindfulness Initiative, which is supporting the Mindfulness All-Party Parliamentary Group (MAPPG) to develop mindfulness-based policies for the UK, and I co-wrote and co-edited the MAPPG's Mindful Nation UK report. I am also part of the Parliamentary mindfulness teaching team, leading sessions for MPs and their staff.Mindfulness Basics Book cover

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Watch a video of my talk 'Into The Heart of Mindfulness' for Action For Happiness, given at Conway Hall in London in November 2016 (below)

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