Several Triratna Order members and mitras were at the UK parliament on Tuesday 20th October for the launch of the “Mindful Nation UK” report, along with members of parliament, government ministers and experts on mindfulness. Triratna has been well represented throughout the process, as Vishapani reports. Having been part of the team editing the report, he writes:
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Breathworks is a growing and dynamic business in the mindfulness sector, offering courses to help people with pain,stress or illness.
We are excited to announce our expansion into the offices at the West London Buddhist Centre and are now looking for a friendly and enthusiastic person to support the Breathworks team member setting up this new venture.
Interviewed by Munisha at the European Chairs’ Assembly summer gathering at Adhisthana, Vidyamala talks to Munisha with passion and inspiration about mindfulness, Breathworks and the future of socially engaged activity in the Triratna Buddhist Community.
To the sound of lorries delivering food and folding chairs for this weekend’s Order gathering to celebrate Bhante’s 90th birthday, Vidyamala presented the history and evolution of Breathworks, the mindfulness project she founded in 2001 to help people live better with pain and illness. She also talked about “mainstream” mindfulness teaching as Bodhisattva activity in an intensely suffering world.
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Breathworks offer teacher training and mindfulness courses to help people with pain, stress or illness to lead happier, healthier lives. We have a vacancy for a temporary Administration Assistant for a 5 months period while a member of the team is away on an ordination retreat. There is potential for extension of this role as the organisation continues...
By Dhammadassin on Tue, 13 May, 2014 - 13:58Vidyamala is the founder of the pioneering and successful Breathworks project, dedicated to relieving suffering in society at large. Her work on living with with chronic pain (her own and others’) is inspiring and she will brings the same practical vision of hope and intelligence to her workshop on mindfulness and kindness through the breath. Join her for a deeply engaged, restful session at the International Retreat!
By lokabandhu on Sat, 13 Jul, 2013 - 09:33Breathworks works to help people living with pain, stress and illness to lead happier, healthier lives, through courses and teacher training in Mindfulness-Based Pain Management.
Job Vacancy: PROMOTIONANDPUBLICITYCO-ORDINATOR Interviewing September for start date early November
This is a new post to support the rapid expansion of Breathworks, including the launch of Vidyamala’s new book Mindfulness for Health in September 2013.
Responsibilities: · Promoting the Breathworks vision...
By lokabandhu on Wed, 30 Nov, 2011 - 06:09Yesterday Triratna News reported on Breathworks’ participation in the “Mindfulness Now” conference hosted by the Centre for Mindfulness and Research at Bangor University. As well as playing an active part in the ‘Mindfulness’ community, they’re putting energy into developing their own material, and Vilasavajra reports, saying -
“There have been some interesting developments in terms of the types of courses we deliver through the Breathworks programme. Ratnaguna has designed a new mindfulness course aimed at people suffering...