Welcome to the Now Project

There's nothing more now than Mindfulness. People everywhere are waking up to the life enhancing benefits of mindfulness and the wonderful opportunities it offers us as individuals and humanity as a whole.

Mindfulness is being recommended for everything from stress and depression, to post traumatic stress disorder, from irritable bowl syndrome to drug addiction and it's taking the world of psychotherapy by storm.

But Mindfulness isn’t really about illness, it’s about wellness. Mindfulness is about learning how to get the most from each moment and how to experience life with a greater intensity, with more clarity, and a renewed sense of fun and adventure. Quite simply Mindfulness makes you happier, healthier, smarter and it’s brilliant and if a few more people lived mindfully the world would be a much better place.

Mindfulness is a waking meditation practice which creates heightened alertness and focus; this calms your mind and allows you to access a peaceful, relaxed, but highly awake and intelligent state of being called mindful awareness.

It’s a wonderful experience to turn down the noise and find some inner peace and rest from your head. Can you imagine what it would be like to switch off the worries, problems, and take a break from your issues? Who knows you might really start to enjoy your life, then you'll be a lot nicer to be around which makes other people feel better and that’s how is spreads.


The Now Project is here to promote mindfulness, to help you feel better, teach you how to get more out of life and to watch that spread. We run mindfulness classes and mindfulness courses throughout the year, including our popular Everyday Mindfulness classes in London as well as fun, friendly Weekend Mindfulness Retreats in beautiful rural Suffolk

Wake up to a better way of living and join the Mindfulness revolution with The Now Project, we would love you to be part of this.

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