Virtual Mindfulness and Me Sessions (For Adults) Learn more about the benefits of Mindfulness.


Mid-Kent Mind are delighted to share that we have been funded to offer some free virtual support to adults in Kent as a part of free, virtually-hosted Mindfulness and Me courses.

We also have some heavily-reduced costed spaces available on evening sessions for individuals who cannot access our free sessions during the day.


This programme is a virtual adaptation of our prior-delivered Mindfulness and Me programme, aimed to be accessible for adults.

The programme focusses on teaching individuals more about mindfulness – and how they can acknowledge and accept their thoughts, feelings and body sensations in positive ways.

The course is designed to help people to understand how Mindfulness can be a beneficial tool when it comes to building emotional resilience – helping people to manage their mental health proactively so that they can prevent themselves from experiencing periods of mental ill health.


The hope is that the skills and techniques people take away from this programme will have a farther-reaching impact for their wellbeing in the future – meaning that although the course is only five weeks, the impact it has should be much longer-lasting.


Below you’ll find the available dates and times for this programme:


FREE DATES:


27th April ’21 – 25th May ’21 | 12noon | Adult Course | ZOOM Session | Spaces Available


28th April ’21 – 26th May ’21 | 4pm | Adult Course | ZOOM Session | Spaces Available


CHARGED DATES (These dates are charged at a minimal fee to enable us to provide out-of-hours sessions)


28th April Start | 5pm – 6pm | Adult Course | ZOOM Session | £10 per person


To get in touch and book your space, you can either e-mail training@midkentmind.org.uk, or you can complete the contact form found below.



Courses generously funded by

Pears Foundation, HM Government, Mind, Involve, Cobtree Charity Trust

Mindfulness and Me courses have been generously funded by the Pears FoundationHM Government and Mind as a part of the Governments £750m charities package. This support has come through the philanthropic support of Pears Foundation, with additional support from Pear’s long-term partners to ensure these funds support frontline services.

Additional funding has been generously granted by The Cobtree Charity Trust and Involve Kent  – all with the aim of supporting more people in the local area.