Rosalie Dores is a mindfulness teacher, supervisor, mentor, trainer and assessor. She teaches mindfulness, and interpersonal mindfulness, courses to the general public in London and workshops and courses within organisations.
In 2011 she completed a five-year masters degree in Teaching Mindfulness Based Approaches (with distinction) at Bangor University, and holds a Certificate of Teacher Competency. She is trained to teach the eight-week Interpersonal Mindfulness Programme developed by the University of Massachusetts and The Metta Foundation. She has taught Yoga since 2005. She has completed training in the assessment of mindfulness teachers using the MBI-TAC, Teacher Assessment Criteria and is trained as a mentor for new teachers.
In 2010, she joined the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice at Bangor University as an associate teacher. She supervises teachers for the Mindfulness Network , a not for profit organisation, which works closely with Bangor and Exeter Universities. She regularly travels to Europe to train mindfulness teachers. She follows the UK Network for Mindfulness Teachers Guidelines for Good Practice .
Rosalie has sustained a meditation and yoga practice since 1992 and is keen to support others in experiencing the benefits of committed practice. She has developed the Deepening Mindfulness, six- week graduate course and trained to teach the Interpersonal Mindfulness course for MBSR graduates. She
is in training in the US to teach retreats in Insight Dialogue, a relational meditation practice.
Rosalie is actively involved in the meditation community, in study and practice, and regularly attends solitary and interpersonal meditation retreats. She is a life-long student
of living well.