and support the inspiring work of The Breathworks Foundation, helping people to reclaim and transform their lives. 

  • Make a one-off donation - no amount is too small or too large
  • Make a regular monthly donation by standing order
  • Leave a legacy in your will

 The Bursary Legacy

Our bursary fund was established with a generous donation from Aryamati Olga Kenyon.

Aryamati experienced great benefit from Breathworks, helping her to live a full and active life despite severe chronic pain. She wished for others to likewise benefit but was aware that many of the people who most needed mindfulness were unable to afford to pay for it due to the limiting circumstances of pain and illness. 

Aryamati passed away in 2014 and since then her generosity has enabled over one hundred people to learn and train with us who would not otherwise have been able to. We are dedicated to fundraising in order to continue offering bursaries to help others reclaim their lives by enabling them to learn the life-changing skills of mindfulness.

Breathworks has opened my world. It has given me vital tools to self-manage my condition and has helped me to regain my sense of self and self-confidence, feeling a valued member of society once again. The courses, retreats and teacher training I have participated in, supported by bursaries, have brought meaning and purpose back into my life and a renewed sense of hope for  the future.” Laura

If you are interested to talk to us or intend to leave The Breathworks Foundation a gift in your will please do get in touch directly by emailing [email protected] 

Your donation will be used wisely and could enable us to help others in the following ways:

  • £57 – Full set of student materials for a mindfulness course
  • £75 – A self-led online mindfulness course
  • £220 - Teacher-led 8-week mindfulness course 
  • £500 – 10 participants to attend a 5-week course at St Michael’s Hospice 
  • £1,500 – 6-day residential teacher training course
  • £3,672 – One complete Breathworks teacher training programme 
  • £5,000 – Year funding for a part-time researcher to lead our MBPM programme