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Mindfulness Network for People of Colour

MNPC is an independent not-for-profit organisation established in 2019 in the UK for wellbeing programs for people of colour. We bring together community leaders, peer group facilitators and a team of advisory board members, volunteers and project coordinators. 

The Mindfulnes Nework for People of colour is the UK'S Number 1 organization in mindfulness for people of colour. 

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The kind of revolutionary change at the heart of what many of us we personally and communally long for, requires a confrontation with what we think we know; what has become embodied and is created and recreated through our bodies.

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Upcoming Events

  • Understanding Karma for People of Colour
    06 Feb 2022, 18:00 – 19:30
    zoom
    What are the questions that arise when thinking of Karma in relation to your gender or 'race' and/or ethnicity ?
  •  Mindfulness from the Ancient Ones - African Kamitic (Egyptian) Way of Life
    06 Mar 2022, 19:00 – 20:30
    zoom
    Imani Sorhaindo and Guests - Share the Universal Principles of the African Kamitic way as Key Perspectives to Mindful Living
  • Wellbeing Retreat - SouthDowns National Park
    29 Apr 2022, 17:00 – 02 May 2022, 15:00
    Horsham , RH13 6RG
    A retreat in the heart of the South Downs National Park designed to embrace the process of letting go through walking and mindfulness
  • 4th Annual Empowerment Conference
    01 Jul 2022, 17:30 BST – 03 Jul 2022, 03:00 BST
    London, Mount Angelus Rd, Roehampton SW15 4JA, UK
    Belonging- with Rhonda Magee, Erica Mcinns and Eugene Ellis- William Fley and Max Gillespie- non-residential tickets available.
  • Absent Father-The legacy of
    12 Nov 2022, 10:00 – 16:00 GMT
    zoom
    Professional development course for therapist and mental health workers exploring and understanding the long lasting effects of fatherlessness.
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resources

A sample of teachings by Ruth King, Rhonda Magee, Thich Nat Hanh,  Kaira Jewel, Lama Rod Owens and others.

 

A collection of discussion relevant and accessible for dealing with internalized racism, injustice, social action.

2021 mnpc empowerment retreat 

7 Generations of Mindfulness Teachers