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Catherine Nasskau
Mindfulness teacher

Catherine Nasskau Mindfulness Teacher

"I set up Mindful Surrey in 2018 to support individuals and businesses through mindfulness meditation training. Mindful Surrey aims to provide mindfulness training to all, to help people be happier and find greater peace of mind amidst
life's difficulties."

 

"Catherine is an honest and dedicated teacher. There was an immediate sense of trust and care from the start." 

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Mindful charity

Mindful Surrey UK is a registered charity run by Catherine Nasskau and three trustees, Pauline Saxby, Diana Davies and Dr Eleanore Hargreaves. We are grateful to the National Lottery and the Community Foundation for Surrey who support our work, enabling us to offer mindfulness training to schools and individuals at a subsidised rate and sometimes for free.

We offer mindfulness training in the workplace and 10% of income from corporate work goes to our CSR Fund. This is used to offer free support

to individuals throughout the UK who are on low incomes.

 

Pixham School, Dorking Surrey

Mindfulness Centre

Although our mindfulness classes are mostly in Dorking and Reigate, we deliver mindfulness training throughout Surrey and also online, for people throughout the UK and abroad.

 

Mindfulness for young people

Our Healthy Minds course includes mindfulness exercises for anxiety and meditations for sleep. Catherine teaches mindfulness to young people and teachers in a range of schools. Additionally she offers one-to-one coaching to 10-18 year olds. Catherine is also an experienced drama teacher. She has developed a project in which children use drama and mindfulness activities together, finding ways to manage difficult thoughts and emotions.

 

Meditation on the radio

Catherine was delighted to make a guest appearance on BBC Radio Surrey. Besides giving a short explanation of mindfulness, she was also asked to lead a meditation live on the air. The presenter joined in with audible breathing so as to avoid any radio silence!

BBC Radio Surrey Mindfulness
The Joy Club Mindfulness

The Joy Club

Catherine also gives regular mindfulness classes with The Joy Club, an online activity club 'for people who enjoy keeping busy'.
They offer a range of activities for people over 65. Do take a look if you'd like to widen your horizons
and meet new people.

Catherine's background

'I've led a varied career based around helping people of all ages, which began with teaching self-development courses in London. I enjoyed supporting people in achieving their goals and expressing themselves. I studied Dramatherapy, at the same time as working as a professional
theatre director, before going on to teach in schools and have children.

Visit my mindfulness meditation blog to hear how I came across mindfulness with a fluffy rug!'

Qualifications

-  Drama degree (Hull University); PGCE to teach Drama (Middlesex University)

-  MBSR course (Mindfulness Sussex)

-  Teacher training to teach mindfulness to 11-18 year-olds.
    (MiSP, Mindfulness in Schools Project, London)

-  Teacher training to teach mindfulness to adults.
    (The MBSR Mindful Academy, Spain).

Catherine follows the Good Practice Guidelines for teaching mindfulness
of the UK Network of Mindfulness Teachers.

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MiSP qualified mindfulness teacher

'I've found mindful meditation techniques profoundly useful over the years. It's helped me experience daily life and major events such as bereavement with calm and confidence, as well as find greater joy.

I'm committed to sharing what I've learned so that I can empower and inspire others.'

If you'd like to know more, please get in touch.

Warm wishes,

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