Introducing our growing international team of Mindfulness teachers with experience across health, education, communities and commerce:

Mira Schneiders

I was first introduced to mindfulness in 2015 during an 8-week MBSR course. Finding mindfulness practice to be enormously beneficial to my life and wellbeing, I have been practicing secular (mindfulness) and Buddhist meditation ever since. Feeling inspired to spread the benefits of mindfulness, I trained to become an MBCT mindfulness teacher at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre in 2019. Since then, I have taught mindfulness courses and drop-in sessions to university students, doctors, clinical populations, and the general public. I have a background in Psychology, a Masters in Global Health, and completed my doctorate studies in Population Health in 2020.

Lizzie Cambray

I am a Counselling Psychologist, having worked in the NHS for 10 years with people with severe and enduring mental health difficulties.  I trained to teach Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy in 2007 with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, and have delivered courses to hospital health professionals and to hard-to-reach groups.  For 6 years, I ran an independent organisation offering courses to a variety of clinical and non-clinical populations, and in more recent years  have continued co-facilitating courses and Retreat Days, mostly for GPs.  I undergo regular updates in my training to deepen my practice and to understand current research.

Lizzie Cambray

If you are interested in joining the team, please get in touch.