Katie has been teaching mindfulness since 2011. She is a Breathworks accredited teacher with a special interest in mindfulness for health, and a Plum Village UK course leader in the tradition of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
Her events are held in a peaceful, light and supportive atmosphere, with beginners and more experienced practitioners equally welcome.
Whether working with small teams or hundreds of people at a time, Katie knows the importance of listening deeply to the challenges that each group is facing before then sharing aspects of mindfulness most relevant to them.
This ensures that her content is dynamic, relevant, practical and achievable for every type of audience.
Hosted on the Udemy learning platform and made free in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this pre-recorded video based course is now being enjoyed in 112 countries across the world. Consisting of multiple short sections that can be watched at any time and in any order, you can sign up today and explore at your own pace.learn more
Faced with a cancer diagnosis in 2014, Katie turned to one particular foundation of mindfulness to help her through the challenges of each day: appreciation of what can be sensed in the present moment.
Since her recovery she has made this simple game into an app called ‘Appreciating Windowsills’.
Sign up for free access to the interactive elements of this website: The Happiness Calendar, life coaching model SHIFT and mindful eating food diary Nourish. Designed by Katie for her MA Education, they offer you a gentle framework for reflection as you take your first steps into a more mindful way of living.explore more
Katie has been invited to work with a wide range of clients in workplaces and at conferences, as well as delivering countless classes, courses and retreats for the general public.
Gathered here are comments placed on social media platforms as well as those contributed privately via email.
Katie founded the charity Astro Brain Tumour Fund after her brother-in-law, Paul Chamberlain, was diagnosed with a low-grade glioma in 2000. Paul died in 2006, aged just 35, but the charity continues to fundraise, campaign for change, and offer support to those living with this challenging form of cancer.learn more