Eliza Silk

I first came across mindfulness when I was pregnant with my second son in 2012.  I found parenting hard and I didn't enjoy being pregnant either.  Mindfulness helped me to cope, which has inspired me to teach and help others.  I trained at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and am listed as an antenatal mindfulness teacher who meets UK Good Practice Guidance for Mindfulness-Based Teachers. My supervisor is Maret Dymond, Clinical Psychologist, Mindfulness Teacher and Trainer.

To complement my mindfulness teaching, I'm currently training to treat birth trauma using a technique known as 3 Step Rewind.

Finally, I'm also a qualified Janet Balaskas Active Birth Workshop teacher and a Birthlight antenatal yoga teacher. I weave a lot of Active Birth material and Birthlight yoga into my mindfulness teaching.

My husband, Tom, and I now have three sons. We live in Summertown, Oxford.

Eliza Silk