Mindfulness & Wellbeing
Teachers of mindfulness and mental health awareness
Just as our name suggests we want everyone to enjoy the benefits of a “wellbeingmind”. Our aim is to help you to develop a healthy mind and to find and maintain a more fulfilling and purposeful life.
Mental Health First Aid
Mindfulness Teacher Training
"Practicing Mindfulness together with others, we generate a powerful collective energy that can help bring healing and transformation to ourselves and the world"
Thich Nhat Hanh
What People Say...
I attended Sharon's Mental Health First Aider course. Both Sharon and the course were excellent and it was very informative. Sharon is a lovely, friendly, approachable person and delivers the course at the right pace. I would highly recommend this course and I certainly would attend other courses Sharon may run.
Sharon and Hannah did an amazing job engaging us, answering our questions and making us feel confident that we can all be successful mindfulness teachers! The course gave me a much better idea of what it means to be a mindfulness teacher and how to set up my own business. I’m really inspired and excited to give it a go. I felt a bit unsure about how the course would translate online, but Sharon and Hannah made great use of the platform and I didn’t feel like I missed out on anything
I have just completed the online MHFA course Instructed and run by Sharon Conway. Where do I begin.?. Firstly a great way to learn the many different ways of understanding Mental Ill Health. For which every individual can and will experience some form of during their lives. Secondly opening you up to understanding and learning the things in life that effort us all. The vocabulary and understanding the difference between Empathy and Sympathy can and will make a difference to someone else's life. I learned so much throughout the MHFA course and it's all thanks to Tadgrafters. The other course participants and of course the wonderful Sharon Conway. Brilliant and she has made look and assess things in a more positive and none judgmental way. Thank you Sharon. Kind regards Craig