Weekday Practice Sessions, Keynote on first Wednesday of the month and Social Evening last Friday of the month
As part of Oxford Mindfulness Foundation's mission to increase access to mindfulness and support the community, we now offer free daily practice slots of 30 minutes commencing at 7pm UK time each weekday (Monday to Friday).
This registration also enables you to join the free monthly Keynotes offered on the first Wednesday of each month and the free monthly Social Evenings on the last Friday of each month.
If you are new to mindfulness, these sessions offer a chance to explore some mindfulness practices and learn a little more about what mindfulness involves.
Alternatively, if you are already familiar with mindfulness practice you, might want to keep your practice going by joining this online global community on a regular basis. These are drop-in sessions, you don’t have to attend all of them each week, and are completely free.
Once you have registered you will be sent a link to join the sessions, the same link will work each day. Please do not share the link, these sessions are free however it is important to register at least once so we have contact details for you as part of our safeguarding processes.
Fees & availability
Contribution to the OMF cost: £10.00
Contribution to the OMF cost: £15.00
Contribution to the OMF cost: £25.00
Contribution to the OMF cost: £50.00
Contribution to the OMF cost: £100.00
No contribution : £0.00
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