SamMantra is a well-being and mindfulness practice based in Surrey founded by qualified mindfulness teacher, Sam Weerasinghe. Sam teaches mindfulness-based intervention courses and workshops, in a public or workplace setting. Trained in the MBSR programme, SamMantra adheres to the good practice guidelines for mindfulness-based teachers in the UK.
Sam is passionate about helping to eliminate the growing disease of stress in society today. Having established her well-being practice in 2015, Sam teaches masterclasses, retreats and 8 week courses that blend creativity and everyday mindfulness practices together. She also runs mindful parenting courses, and mindfulness for health and stress management programmes for adult groups and individuals at a number of health and wellness practices in Surrey. She regularly works in partnership with other well-being experts in the corporate and public sectors and offers parent and teacher mindfulness sessions for charities and schools.
With a background in arts and heritage, her long standing outreach work for Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham, developing a Baby Mindful programme, has recently been recognized as a successful case study for Early Years Education in the Museums and Galleries Education sector. Sam is returning again for her fourth year at the Mindful Living Show after first presenting at the inaugural show in London in 2017.
SamMantra’s mission is simple: to offer wellbeing mindfulness programmes that allow individuals to consciously find their own sense of stillness in their lives; express their inner creativity; nurture their minds and bodies and learn to ‘just be in the moment’.