Barefoot Mindfulness work with organisations and individuals in delivering mindfulness training to help manage emotions and deal with everyday challenges calmly and effectively.

Barefoot Mindfulness for everyday

Mindfulness-based approaches are now widely used in the treatment of anxiety and depression to maintain health and wellbeing. 

It can support people to reduce stress and anxiety, help with low mood, lack of motivation and pain and illness. It provides you with practical techniques to integrate mindfulness into everyday life. It is a simple approach to teaching you how to pay more attention to the moment, rather than worrying about the past or the future. Learning and practising Mindfulness can help you to recognise habitual ways of responding to everyday events.

It can improve the quality of your life and help you to appreciate the good things in your life.  Put simply, mindfulness is all about managing your mind. Everyone can learn mindfulness and gain something valuable from it.


‘Mindfulness is by far the best tool I have to calm me down and take the heat out of my thoughts and feelings’ Ruby Wax

Julie Jeffs, Founder & Director Barefoot Mindfulness Co

Everyday Mindfulness

Barefoot mindfulness adheres to the good practice guidelines for teaching mindfulness courses.  click here.

Julie is a registered psychotherapist, couples therapist, trainer, author and mindfulness teacher. She is listed on the UK Network for mindfulness-based teacher training organisations.  To be on the register teachers need to demonstrate that they meet the UK good practice guidelines, are suitably trained, committed to continuous professional development, hold appropriate insurance and are receiving supervision from an experienced mindfulness teacher.

Julie has recently trained with Gina Beigal founder of the mindfulness stress reduction programme for teens. Gina is the author of the ‘The Stress Reduction Workbook for Teens: mindfulness skills to help you deal with stress. For information about our 8-week stress reduction programme for teens click here

‘Mindfulness isn’t difficult. We just need to remember to do it’. Sharon Salzberg