Workplace mindfulness trainer Miro Cansky

Mindfulness cannot truly be learned by reading a book, or watching a video alone. One of the most important aspects of mindfulness training is the ability of the trainer to embody the essential components of mindfulness, such as curiosity, openness and a non-judgemental attitude. The real difference often lies not so much in what the trainer says, but the way in which they say it. Their presence and way of being communicates the qualities of mindfulness in a non-verbal, direct manner.

Miro Cansky combines the accumulated insight from over twenty years of personal mindfulness practice with a wealth of knowledge and experience working with a wide range of organisations and individuals. He has worked with clients from social care, education, NHS and the private sector.

Miro originally trained in business and marketing, and worked as a marketing analyst for educational organisations in the Czech Republic. Upon moving to the UK in 2005, he qualified as a counsellor. He trained in teaching mindfulness with the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice, Bangor University, and is a fully qualified mindfulness trainer. He also successfully completed a further 2-year training in Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MCBT) at the University of Exeter.

Alongside mindfulness training, Miro’s other skills include coaching, counselling and cognitive-behavioural therapies (CBT). He is committed to the continual deepening of his knowledge through ongoing training, and follows the ‘Good Practice Guidelines for Teaching Mindfulness-Based Courses’.

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