Sally Harris is an accredited Mindfulness teacher who is passionate about helping people to feel healthier, happier and more resilient. She knows Mindfulness works because it helps her to live well with chronic pain every day.
As well as an MA in Modern Languages, Sally holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling, both from the University of Oxford. She has over 10 years’ experience supporting people in local mental health organisations and schools.
Sally completed her Mindfulness teacher training in 2017 with Breathworks, specialising in Mindfulness-Based Pain Management and Mindfulness for Stress. She has delivered workshops and courses in a variety of settings, including workplaces, colleges, local charities, and even at Denman College, the WI’s residential learning centre. Sally has also trained as a Natural Mindfulness Guide and is a listed teacher with the UK Mindfulness Network.
Alongside teaching Mindfulness, Sally works part-time at Oxfordshire Mind, delivering training and supervision to volunteers and peer supporters. In her spare time she volunteers as a tutor at Oxfordshire Recovery College, where she is currently co-producing an Introduction to Mindfulness workshop for people accessing mental health services, professionals and carers.
Sally was incredibly calm and sensitive to the group and presented everything in a really clear way. I felt safe in her hands to explore meditation more deeply without feeling self-conscious.
Kate, April 2019
Sally was a great communicator. I felt she created a very non-judgmental space, which immensely helped me relax and form a bond with the group and materials.
Hannah, April 2019
Sally obviously practices what she teaches as I felt immediately at ease due to her calm and thoughtful approach and ability to engage a group that had never met before in a series of helpful, practical and enjoyable mindful exercises.
Amanda, February 2018
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