Improving the world one mind at a time through evidence based mindfulness resources, training & awareness raising
Level 1: Establishing a Practice
10/5/22 - 14/6/22
Level 2: Developing the Inner Witness
& Building Mindful Resilience
Mindfulness virtual sessions - TBC - Register your interest
Mindfulness Full Day Retreat- Sunday 4 September 2022
Mindful Re-Presentations - Sunday 6 June 2022
Mindful Re-Presentations - Sunday 2 Oct 2022
Royal Domain Building, Rooftop Function Terrace
How we can help?
We raise awareness for the understanding of mindfulness and help people to become more resilient, aware, positive and happier. We aim to achieve this through evidence based and practical resources, and training that is structured and tailored. This site is developed for beginners and those with standing practices.
We believe this is ever more important today, when we are experiencing more pressure, complex interactions and a “McMindfulness boom” that has spawned too many commercialised and “feel good”, but ineffective versions of mindfulness and meditation practices. Learn more about our Mission, Values and History.
About Dr. Chris Walsh
Dr. Walsh (MBBS, DPM, FAChAM) is one of the earliest mindfulness teachers in Australia since the 1980’s and a respected psychiatrist, who practices at the Melbourne Clinic and Epworth Hospitals, and provides clinical supervision to other mindfulness practitioners and teachers. He has also taught at Melbourne University. Dr Walsh has trained with leading Western mindfulness figures such as Jon Kabatt Zinn, Mark Williams, Kristin Neff and Daniel Siegal.
Find out more about our journey from an era when very little was known about mindfulness and meditation in Australia to today here. You can also read about Dr. Walsh's deeply personal mindfulness journey here which will explain how medical doctor developed such passion for mindfulness and became a pioneer.
Royal Domain Building, Level 1, Suite 108,
370 St Kilda Rd. Melbourne, Vic, 3004, Australia
Paid street parking along
St Kilda Rd, Albert Rd, Park Street and Wells St
Trams: 3/3a, 5, 6, 8, 16, 55, 64, 67, and 72
Tram stop 20, named Park St.
P : 03 9699 9374 | F: 03 8677 9363
M, T, Th | 8:30am - 5:30pm
Except days of mindfulness courses