Birmingham: Home of The UK College of Mindfulness Meditation
At the Birmingham venue, you will train with course creator Nick Cooke
Mindfulness Teacher Training
In person and online attendance learning available.
Intensive five day course with Mindfulness Now founder Nick Cooke
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The UK College of Mindfulness Meditation
Mindfulness Now Teacher Training Qualification

A unique mindfulness teaching qualification at the home of the Mindfulness Now Programme with course creator Nick Cooke

Research has shown that mindfulness meditation offers powerful health and wellbeing benefits. Qualified teachers can be in high demand, teaching 1-to-1, as well as in groups and within organisations.

This training includes specialist tuition in mindfulness approaches, including the Mindfulness Now Programme which integrates key elements of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT).

The Mindfulness Meditation Teacher training course fee (£850) covers all training materials, assessment, certification and accreditation as a Mindfulness Now Teacher.

After successfully completing the course graduates are offered the opportunity to join the network of Mindfulness Now licensed and accredited teachers.

Train with the course founder

Nick Cooke Dip. Psy. MNRPC FAPHP

The founder of the UK College, Nick Cooke, based the original ‘Mindfulness Now’ training programme around his own considerable experience of using mindfulness to help him with recovery and rehabilitation following two serious illnesses.

A qualified teacher (University of Worcester) and solution focused therapist with many years of experience of mindfulness meditation, Nick has learned from, and been positively influenced by, Buddhist traditions and from some of the western world’s foremost mindfulness teachers, including Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn, Professor Mark Williams PhD, John Teasdale and Dr Zindel Segal PhD.

Nick has a passionate belief in making mindfulness as accessible / widely available as possible, in order to meet an ever increasing demand, while still maintaining high academic and ethical standards.

Nick Cooke