Angie Ball (Individual supervision preferred) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Angie has been a part of the Mindfulness Association’s teaching team since its inception in 2010
initially studying with founder Professor Rob Nairn.
She is a long time student and practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism, having studied at Kagyu Samye Ling in the Scottish Borders for over 40 years, during which time she also trained in an East-West therapy, ‘Tara Rokpa’ a comprehensive therapeutic process aimed at developing health and well-being through a number of creative interventions including a self-reflective writing process, ‘back to the beginnings.’ She is also a trained counsellor in Transpersonal Psychology and holds a post-graduate certificate in mindfulness, compassion and insight through Aberdeen University. She has been teaching and running workshops since the 1980’s both at Kagyu Samye Ling, throughout the UK and more recently in Europe with the Mindfulness Association and Franchises. Currently her teaching includes the 5 Tibetan Elements and mindfulness in the environment as well as the Mindfulness Associations Levels 1, 2 + 3.
Her teaching style is interactive, experiential, fun and informative as well as with a strong emphasis on practice. Angie has been a supervisor for the Mindfulness Association for a number of years training originally with Bangor University in 2013. She aims to support trainee tutors of mindfulness on this inspiring journey held within a supportive and empathetic atmosphere, offering mainly 1-1 sessions via, skype, zoom, phone or whatever medium suites the supervisee which can be discussed in the initial session.