Emma Mills is an award winning British writer and a leading expert in meditation + mindfulness.
She’s the author of 'Inhale. Exhale. Repeat', the new 24-hour meditation guidebook from Penguin books, a contributor to the new Lonely Planet Wellness Guide book and her unique breadth of knowledge draws on over 15 years of experience in the study of psychology, meditation and wellbeing.
She’s the creator of the popular wellness blog Emma Mills London, where she shares her online classes in meditation and self discovery. As a consultant, Emma helps organisations to find new and exciting ways of integrating meditation and wellness into their service provisions or products.
Most recently she’s written features for Lonely Planet and The Flower Council Of Holland, delivered training for Stella McCartney, Hearst and Nottingham University and created mindfulness based client services for The AA, Hilton Hotels and spa brand Neom Organics.
Prior to writing her first book, Emma took a degree in psychology, trained as a therapist, coach and meditation teacher and spent a further 5 years working with the organisation MIND where she specialised in the therapeutic application of literary fiction and poetry. In 2014 Emmas team at MIND were awarded a £50k QIP (quality innovation in healthcare award)
Outside of her work, some of her other interests include hiking in nature and gardening, watching european cinema, cooking, fashion and reading poetry. She’s a kind, creative person passionate about making a positive difference in the world.
Stay in touch with Emma by signing up for her fortnightly Wellness Edit here, delve into the world of meditation here, and, if you have an interesting project you’d like to talk about get in touch!
Recent Partnerships, Speaking + Events
Hearst Publishing, Hilton Hotels, Stella McCartney, Lonely Planet, Neom Organics, Amnesty International, Nottingham University, The PPA (Independent publishers conference), Red Magazine, Bioglan, Knorr, The Flower Council Of Holland, The Automobile Association, Mindshare, The Future Lab and The MOD, Busaba Eathai, EventBrite, SENA - READ
Recent Writing + Features
Telegraph, Lonely Planet, Elle, Psychologies, Womens Health, Grazia, City AM, Vogue, The Metro, Stylist, Cosmopolitan, Waitrose Magazine, Canadian Living, Red Magazine, The Lady, The Idler, Boots magazine, Healthy Living Magazine, Epicurean Life Magazine, 21 the professional accountants publication - READ
'Emma’s unique breadth of knowledge and calming writing style is refreshing, inspiring and energising and her holistic approach to meditation provides illuminating pearls of wisdom for every part of daily modern life.'Sev. R
I've always wondered about meditation, and this book walked me through several easy ways I can incorporate mindfulness and meditation into my day - its brought a sense of peace and tranquility that I never expected - a real treat!Review Via Amazon
‘Emma is so lovely to work with, really authentic and straightforward in her approach to teaching meditation, and gave the practice and techniques a lot of context during the session which really helped everyone to engage. The session set our team up beautifully for the day and I look forward to working with her again in the near future.’Deb, Head of HR at The Future Lab London
'Emma was a breath of fresh air, - I came out of the session so relaxed and I'm definitely going to take some of those techniques home and practice them. I really enjoyed the session - I left feeling very relaxed, and think I will definitely find a way to learn more and to practice more regularly. Emma was really warm and friendly and created an atmosphere that made it welcoming for those who had never tried meditation before. I thought the session was extremely helpful. I liked that Emma made sure she was aware of our various levels of skill at meditation and therefore made me feel at ease. Thank you, Emma'Gill Duffy, shares team feedback from Amnesty International
In August 2013 I became a volunteer for West Essex Mind Get Into Reading (GIR) therapy groups. Emma Mills was the line manager at this time. The team was happy and friendly but at the same time assertive and professional. It was clear that this effective balance of efficiency and benevolence was the result of Emma’s competence as a loyal and committed line manager. Emma was passionate about the GIR groups. She had an extensive knowledge of literature and always supplied an interesting variation of materials. Emma’s enthusiasm for the benefits of GIR was infectious. Her training sessions for the staff were incredibly helpful and insightful and unlike any, I have experienced since she moved on from this position. It was a pleasure working for and with Emma and I feel I have gained both professionally and personally as a result.Samantha Walden, MIND