Mindful Presence aims to share the power of mindfulness and its best practices in every area of an individual’s life.
Our holistic, evidence-based approach targets the emotional, intellectual, physical, mental and spiritual aspects to create a greater self-awareness, cultivate resilience from within; we teach each individual the value of mindfulness to achieve the fullness of their well-being through our workshops and engaging small groups collaborations.
We want to create an innovative platform where everyone will understand the value of mindfulness in all walks of life and various stages of life, whether as a child, teen or adult and apply its essential skills when facing stressful circumstances. “If you truly want to change your life, you must first change your mind.”
Why Choose Mindful Presence?
Our platform’s competitive edge is that our workshops are segmented to each individual’s need to make it more purposeful and more meaningful. We don’t aim for quantity, we aim for “quality” results among our attendees.
Our goal is to tap the untapped resilience, strength, creativity, joy, love, peace, and curiosity from within using an evidence-based approach; attendees discover their truest selves and become better at responding to critical circumstances and perform well at work, school, family, and community.
Meet Your Trainer
Maria West started her formal Mindfulness practice seven years ago. She is the founder and director of Mindful Presence, a centre devoted to managing conflicts and stress through self-awareness.
She has curated and facilitated numerous workshops for children and adults, specialising in anxiety, relationships, and family issues. As a certified mindfulness practitioner and trainer, she teaches the best practices in meditation mindfulness, which she has learned from the renowned MISP – Mindfulness in Schools Project – and has consequently done numerous presentations in schools and private companies. She is a DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) checked.
Maria is also the main Mindful Practitioner at the Spatium Clinic in Pinner and has additional practices in Harrow and Regent Street, Central London. When she’s not teaching, she spends time with her family – husband David and two daughters Charlotte and Katie plus her “little boy” – a Malshi puppy named Baxter.