Welcome to
All Humanity

Our mindfulness programmes give you the tools to handle the ups and downs of being human, and embrace all of your humanity.

Welcome to All Humanity

Our mindfulness programmes give you the tools to handle the ups and downs of being human, and embrace all of your humanity.

There's no version of
success
without wellbeing

When stress, sadness or anxiety become overwhelming, they can affect your everyday life. They can make you withdraw from your friends, burnout at work, and lose your joy. Like you’re surviving, not truly living.

But there is a way to manage your feelings so that you can balance work and life, and feel joy again. Even in a demanding role, you can protect your wellbeing with a little know-how.

All Humanity helps prevent the unavoidable stressors of everyday life from causing unnecessary distress using evidence-based mindfulness. We show people how to be well and stay well using mindful awareness and self-compassion practices. And we help companies to support their employees’ wellbeing through mindfulness and compassion-based programmes.

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Secular

Researched

Evidence-based

Powerful

“I loved the practice day - a truly incredible experience."

course participant

our story

Our mission to prevent unnecessary human distress stems from our founder Roya Hekmatpanah’s own life experience. After moving on from a high-pressure career, she realised the toll a non-stop work culture had had on her.

In pursuit of her own recovery, Roya started researching the link between our minds, bodies and environments, and discovered that there’s more to managing stress than simply adopting a “can-do” attitude.

Observing others continue to lead that same lifestyle, Roya saw a ticking timebomb: highly-capable, ambitious professionals achieving career success but at the expense of their wellbeing, and unsuspecting of the impact it could have. Believing that you shouldn’t have to choose between your career and your health, Roya wanted to share this knowledge.

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Photo credit: Precious Mayowa Agbabiaka

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Today, All Humanity teaches people the cognitive skills to look after themselves so that their wellbeing doesn’t suffer, even in a high-pressure career. And we support organisations to embed a work culture that’s compatible with living a healthy life.

Roya is deeply involved in the wellbeing space. She has taught mindfulness at Soho House, is the Chair of The Mindfulness Network CIC, MBCT teacher at London Centre for Mindfulness, and a regular panellist at Insight Collective events. She writes regularly on the All Humanity blog, is a contributor to Medium and shares thought-leadership articles on LinkedIn

An
experienced
team

Led by Roya, All Humanity’s meditation, yoga and mindfulness instructors are handpicked for their knowledge, experience and the depth of their personal practice. Our teachers have undertaken rigorous training, are committed to daily practice, and have been called to share these teachings.

They are accredited by a range of institutions, including Oxford Mindfulness Centre, Bangor’s CMRP, the Mindfulness Network, Breathworks and the Mindfulness in Schools Programme (MiSP) and are registered with BAMBA (the British Association for Mindfulness-based Approaches).

An
experienced
team

Led by Roya, All Humanity’s meditation, yoga and mindfulness instructors are handpicked for their knowledge, experience and the depth of their personal practice. Our teachers have undertaken rigorous training, are committed to daily practice, and have been called to share these teachings.

They are accredited by a range of institutions, including Oxford Mindfulness Centre, Bangor’s CMRP, the Mindfulness Network, Breathworks and the Mindfulness in Schools Programme (MiSP) and are registered with BAMBA (the British Association for Mindfulness-based Approaches).

roya at table drinking tea

“Ros and Roya were so warm and approachable.”

course participant