Proefessional BIO

Emma Mills BSc Psych,  is the author of the new meditation guidebook Inhale. Exhale. Repeat,  published by Penguin Random House, and the mindfulness expert on the wellness board of advisors at Neom Organics.

Her work has been featured by The Telegraph, Lonely Planet, Waitrose Magazine, Psychologies, Womens Health, Cosmopolitan and Red Magazine.

She is the former director of literature for bibliotherapy with the organisation MIND (2009-2014), bringing new people to the unexpected joys of meditation, poetry & self-enquiry and creating radical and evidence-based programmes. Together with MIND, Emma and the poetry team  won several awards for the work, including a 50k Quality In Innovation fund for NHS therapy service provision. 

Prior to that Emma survived the green padded walls of Parliament, campaigning for human rights in The House Of Commons; worked the diet coke mania of London Fashion Week and studied literary therapy with some of the UK's foremost, loveliest, eccentric professors.

 She is a caring, creative and down to earth person dedicated to helping others enjoy these powerful insights.  She writes books and articles, teaches classes locally and corporately. She consults on commercial projects, helping companies add wellness, mindfulness and artistic beauty to their services and products and has a private practice in central London, as well as in the Midlands.  

When she isn't teaching meditation, her special interests include: the re-vivification of vintage poetry, literature and motor vehicles, watching european cinema and learning new languages, gardening, fashion, art, travel, spa-wellness and cooking. 

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PREVIOUS CLIENTS

•Stella McCartney

•The Flower Council Of Holland

•Knorr

•Event Brite

•Penguin Random House

•The Idler

•The PPA

•Neom Organics

•Red Magazine

•Lonely Planet

•Busaba Eatai

•Bioglan Superfoods

•The Automobile Association

•The Future Laboratory

•Amnesty International, the human rights charity

•MIND, the mental health charity

•SSFA, the armed forces charity

•Nottingham University, Fashion and design dept. 

•Mindshare

•Neom Organics

•Sweaty Betty