The LME Training Experience

The LME Training Experience

Living Mindfully in Education is committed to the long-term vision of the sustainable delivery of mindfulness in schools, colleges, and universities.

As a training centre we offer a comprehensive training pathway for those wishing to teach mindfulness to young people, and embed mindfulness into the ethos of their learning environment.

The Teacher Training Programme gives staff members the opportunity to firstly develop a personal mindfulness practice, before embarking on training to teach the LME programme. The entire training pathway takes approximately one year to complete.

The structure of the training is as follows:

  • Completion of an 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction programme
  • A minimum of 6 months personal practice.
  • Completion of The Living Mindfully in Education 3 day teacher training.

Monthly practice groups, silent practice days, and participation in the LME online forum support the training pathway.

In the interim, Living Mindfully may be able to offer an LME programme so that key members of staff can experience the classes in their educational setting.

Please register your interest by completing the EXPRESSION OF INTEREST form here, or contact

january 2018

29jan9:00 amLME SecondaryMONDAY 29TH – WEDNESDAY 31ST JANUARY 20189:00 am The Living Mindfully Training Room

march 2018

26mar9:00 amLME PrimaryMONDAY 26TH – WEDNESDAY 28TH MARCH 20189:00 am The Living Mindfully Training Room

april 2018

30apr9:00 amLME SecondaryMONDAY 30TH APRIL– WEDNESDAY 2ND MAY 20189:00 am The Living Mindfully Training Room

july 2018

2jul9:00 amLME PrimaryMONDAY 2ND – WEDNESDAY 4TH JULY 20189:00 am The Living Mindfully Training Room

Download and complete the Expression of Interest form here

What the teachers have to say about us

“The sessions were excellent, well planned and met the needs of the students. The course offers much that our students can benefit from.”
Durham Sixth Form
“It has been great learning different techniques and strategies to help both myself and support the students I work with on a daily basis.”
Hope Wood Academy
“Working alongside the pupils I have gained so much insight…and the programme has really helped me adjust my life in a more meaningful manner.”
St Leonard’s Catholic School
“A future in education whereby we care for the mind first and foremost, and the ‘results’ follow, is an exciting prospect.”
Tanfield School
“The programme was delivered in an informative yet lighthearted way…I could see the students visibly relax and enjoy the sessions and they have been able to use the techniques and strategies to reduce stress and anxiety.”
Framwellgate School
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