Student Mindfulness session - online

A guided mindfulness meditation with a University of Kent counsellor and mindfulness teacher, Lorraine Millard.

Mindfulness is about bringing ourselves back to the present moment and cultivating acceptance and loving kindness towards our experiences in the present.The University of Kent’s Mindfulness Society aims both to teach and practice mindfulness whilst also being a safe and open space for students to join and feel welcome.

The Society runs weekly mindfulness sessions for all students at Kent. These sessions involve a mixture of guided meditation – usually led by our mindfulness instructor Lorraine – and opportunities for discussion of what we noticed in the practice.There is no obligation to speak or have your camera on during these sessions but there are usually discussions at the beginning and end of the sessions should you feel comfortable; if not, feel free just to listen!

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Booking details

For more information on these student mindfulness drop-in sessions and to receive the Zoom links, please use your Kent student email address to sign up to the mailing list here: (at least 2 hours before the session you wish to join). If you're already on the mailing list, you don't need to take any action, the Zoom link will be sent to you before the session.

meaning and purpose; psychological wellbeing