Anna Zannides 

the mindfulness approach was founded by Anna Zannides

Anna is a qualified Mindfulness teacher and member of the Mindfulness Association. She started practicing Mindfulness as a way to better cope with her personal struggles, especially after her thirty year marriage ended. Seeing the impact Mindfulness had on her life, she decided to train to teach others how to use Mindfulness approaches to develop resiliance and self compassion. 

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Anna's philosophy is that self acceptance and self kindness is fundamental to a healthy mind. Her approach, the Mindfulness Approach, is rooted in self-compassion. She assists clients in developing techniques and actions to enhance their awareness as to what is, rather than what was or what should be. Her work principally centres on facing loss and journeying through transitioning stages with authenticity, courage and grace.

Anna has a background in education where she taught in secondary state schools for a decade. She spent several years working as an education adviser nationally supporting schools in some of the most deprived areas of the country.

Anna lived in Cyprus for many years and had various roles in large off shore companies, including finance and shipping. As such she has an understanding of the pressure that comes with working in the business environment. 

Mindfulness is living purposefully
— Anna Zannides

Anna adheres to the good practice guidelines for Mindfulness teachers. As a member of the Mindfulness Association she regularly attends professional development courses and retreats.

When my marriage ended, I suffered from severe anxiety and depression. Through my Mindfulness practice, I developed an inner strength and made peace with my life. To this day, I continue to learn and explore myself and deepen my practice.
— Anna Zannides

At the Mindfulness Approach we work with people that are in need of the necessary compassion and support to deal with varying degrees of pain and suffering. From relationship struggles to terminal illness, we are experienced in helping to alleviate the anxiety and depression that can follow a trauma or life change. 

Through retreats, workshops, bespoke courses or one-to-one sessions, we help people introduce Mindfulness into their daily lives in order to cope better and be happier.

Bringing Mindfulness and Yoga together

Georgina & Yoga Power

We have partnered with YogaPower to deliver a retreat to bring Mindfulness and Yoga together. To find out about this special retreat, click below.

about Georgina 


With a personal Yoga practice spanning 22 years and teaching Yoga for over 10 years Georgina has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share through classes, workshops and retreats.

“I love Yoga, it keeps me feeling lighter, taller, flexible, healthy, energised, relaxed, peaceful and younger. It brings a positive energy, an empowerment as you become the master of your body, mind and emotions, bringing the ability to let go of stress and shine from within.” Georgina

After completing her initial Yoga Teacher Training in January 2007 Georgina still continues to develop her own practice and further her professional education. Qualifying in 2009 to teach Pregnancy & Post Natal Yoga with Nadia Narain of Triyoga one of UK’s leading Hatha Yoga teachers and expert in preparing women for pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood. Completing a BWY conversion course in 2010 and attending many seminars and workshops with experienced, respected Yoga teachers and Gurus including Simon Low, Max Strom, Anna Ashby, Katy Appleton and Carlos Pomeda. In 2013 Georgina completed her advanced 500hr Yoga Teacher Training with Sun Power Yoga, achieving a new level of awareness and appreciation of the power of Yoga.

"My students are my teachers and I continue to learn each day, teaching Yoga is not my job it is my passion.” Georgina

Find out more about Georgina & YogaPower