Tina has been teaching mindfulness since 2011, she trained with Rob Nairn and the Mindfulness Association team undertaking the 3 years of mindfulness, compassion, insight and wisdom training.

Tina is a clinical Nurse Specialist in Cancer Nursing of over 30yrs and started delivering the 8 week mindfulness MBLC program to people diagnosed with cancer. She has worked for Macmillan Cancer Support and smaller local charities too.

Since 2011 Tina has travelled all over Scotland, London and Poland teaching and presenting mindfulness to various groups, charities, organisations and businesses including Royal Bank of Scotland, Sky TV, GP’s, SAMH, GAMH, EDAMH, Glasgow’s Women’s centre, nurses, general public and many more. Tina has presented mindfulness at 2 conferences; an international conference for healthcare professional in Poland and practice nurses in Scotland. As well as being a nurse specialist Tina is also a Sivananda Hatha Yoga teacher, teaching since qualifying in 2005.

She has been supervising since 2018, is a member of BAMBA.

Tina is passionate about the benefits of mindfulness, she practices daily, retreats at least once a year, sometimes more, attending retreats led by Tara Brach, Chris Germer and Kristin Neff, Christina Feldman, John Peacock and many more. She has experienced the enormous benefits mindfulness can bring and has seen it transform many people’s lives.