Working in partnership with a local Mind charity, we provide trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness classes for the community.

We receive no government funding and 100% of all our income goes direct to delivering our services to those who are underserved and often endured trauma on some level.

This particular appeal is to provide Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) for those in the community who are recovering from previous trauma, substance abuse, self-harm and other mental and addictive disorders. This technique has been developed in a research environment and evaluated to NICE standards. 

Mindfulness training is not about getting rid of these processes or clearing the mind, but about coming to see where natural, automatic reactions stop and the stimulation, elaboration, and avoidance processes begin...

Williams 2000