Mindfulness in Practice

Online and comprehensive mindfulness programme

Available now

Why this course?

8 Modules

Course content

Now just £49.99 + VAT


A body of qualitative evidence supports findings that mindfulness improves productivity alongside general wellbeing. Some of the amazing benefits include:

Sign up now
  • Resilience
  • Stress reduction
  • Communication and teamwork
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Decision-making
  • Performance


Developed with UK Network-Registered Mindfulness Trainer 20+ hours of training and instruction videos

Scientific evidencing of mindfulness efficacy

Clear, accessible descriptions of mindfulness techniques

Downloadable mindfulness logs to strengthen learning Exercises you can practice at home or at work

Built-in opportunities for reflection

Certificate of completion

8+ audio recordings of guided meditations

View syllabus

During the course practitioners will:

Use exercises and training to create good habits to help deal with stimulation and improve physical and emotional resilience

Learn to recognise and handle long-term stress situations, and enhance decision-making during stressful periods

Apply tactics to nurture health at work and at home, and to support the development of others within the organisation

Why is this the ideal course for you?

Accessible expert learning

Developed with UK Network Registered Mindfulness Coach Kerry Stevenson, the modules are accessible and practical, inviting self-reflection via specific work and home-based exercises.

Practical application

The course avoids theory-heavy lectures, and instead offers learning in practical, bite-sized modules that participants can complete in their own time. Combine science and practicality for a strong understanding of the materials and increased confidence in applying learnings.

High quality materials

Expert materials and step-by-step training to prepare your staff for specific situations with in-depth guidelines and scenarios. All materials are regularly updated to reflect new findings and best practice, ensuring participants always have up-to-date materials throughout the subscription’

Flexible and mobile learning mode

Materials are available 24/7 online, meaning participants can access the course in their own time. Our UNIQSKILLS programme will remember their progress, so they can come back to it when it suits them and revisit the course whenever they need.

Good investment

An online course saves time and money compared to traditional face-to-face events or expensive trainers

Access for 12 months

You'll have access to the course for 12 months so you can keep going back to the content whenever you need.

Order now


Session 1 introduces the basics and the benefits of mindfulness, both in the workplace and in your personal life. This sessions looks at the definitions and practices, and debunks some of the myths existing around mindfulness. This session also includes the first check-in, to show your current stress response and its journey through the course.

Exercises include:


  • Guided meditation: noticing the senses
  • Becoming present
  • Understanding mindfulness and its use in the workplace, for example to help increase motivation in your organisation.


Check-in tool: Stress response scale phase 1

Session 2 looks at the definition of stress and how it shows up. Participants are encouraged to consider how they notice when they’re stressed – what are your triggers? The session also looks at burnout and how to recognise the warning signs.

Exercises include:

  • Guided meditation
  • Noticing thoughts, feelings & sensations
  • Meditation

Take away practice

  • Short check-in practice
  • Journalling

Take away practice

  • Mindful eating (explore senses)
  • Journaling
  • Short check-in practice
  • Journalling


Session 3 introduces mindfulness as a tool to building resilience. This session looks at how to use the breath as an anchor, including

  • Noticing a busy mind and returning to the breath
  • How to breathe properly to reduce stress
  • Counting the breath meditation

Take away practice

  • Breath counting
  • Journaling


Session 4 looks at metacognition, i.e. the ability to observe your thoughts. This introduces the distinction between participants' thoughts and participants themselves. You are not your thoughts: you are what observes your thoughts. The practice allows for more clear-eyed and focused decision-making, by helping participants recognise the unseen drivers behind their thoughts and decisions. This session also includes the second phase of the stress response scale, as participants work through the sessions in turn. Exercises include:

  • Meditation on thoughts with breath as the anchor

Take away practice

  • Breath counting
  • Journaling

Check-in tool: Stress response scale phase 2


Session 5 continues the learning from session 4 and applies it to movement and attention. Participants are introduced to the concept that ONLY attention is under our control (not thoughts, situations, etc). This understanding helps increase mindful focus and purposeful movement.

Exerises includes:

  • Guided meditation on mindful movement meditation
  • Moving the attention

Take away practice

  • Mindful walking, or Hatha yoga
  • Journaling


Session 6 invites participants to practice the pause: giving our brains time to catch up, and move from reactivity to responsibility. This session focuses on making the choice about how to respond to life’s events with acceptance, non-judgement and patience. Without past experiences colouring our reactions and expectations, responses are more clear-eyed and fair, allowing for more honest actions and communications. This pause between impulse and action is fruitful ground for creativity, as it breaks established patterns to allow new thinking to blossom, and performance to change.

Exerises includes:

  • Body scan
  • Guided meditation on noticing thoughts, feelings, and sensations

Take away practice

  • Body scan practice
  • Journaling
  • Being comfortable with pausing whilst talking
  • Setting boundaries with others
  • Learning to assert yourself effectively
  • Erasing ambiguity with truthful and direct speech

Take away practice

  • Journaling


Session 7 brings together learning from previous sessions with a focus on listening deeply and speaking honestly, to help improve communication and teamwork. and applies it to working in a team. What does it mean to pause in conversation and just listen?

Exerises includes:


Session 8 incorporates the teachings from all previous sessions to focus on values and self-care: participants are invited to reflect on what kind of person they want to be, both personally and in the workplace. Participants are encouraged to use the check-in tool for a final look at their stress response and how this has changed throughout the course.

This session also includes:

  • How to notice unhealthy coping mechanisms that may shift you away from values/who you want to be
  • How to take care of yourself to avoid stress and burnout
  • Meditation visualisation, to reflect on values and self-identity
  • Writing exercise on key learnings and takeaways from the course
  • A letter to yourself

Take away practice

  • Overview of the course
  • Considering own way to practice in daily life (formal / informal practices)

Check-in tool: Stress response scale phase 3


We have samples taken from several of the modules. Why not see the type of learning and guidance will be available in the course?

Download sample


Just £49.99 + VAT

Please review the terms and conditions before placing your order http://www.forumbusinesstraining.co.uk/legal.

Mindfulness in Practice is produced by Forum Business Media Ltd.Registration no: 4425871 | Registered office: Forum Business Media Ltd, 4th Floor, 3 Shortlands, Hammersmith Road, London, W6 8DA |

VAT no: 799092370