Lucia van der Drift is a teacher and writer in meditation, mindfulness and Buddhism, with a keen interest in aesthetic appreciation. She has over 25 years experience training groups and individuals. She regularly leads retreats in the UK as well as in the US, Sweden, Estonia and Holland. Lucia has been practising mindfulness for over 20 years, and has been teaching mindfulness and meditation in different settings for over 15 years. In 2014 she worked closely with architects from Studio Buschow creating new premises for the WLBC, conducive for contemplation and spiritual practice. In 2005 she published a book featuring Buddhist images from the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden. For a number of years she was a freelance writer for various magazines, focussing on art and antiques. She is an inspiring teacher, brings a sense of joy and lightness to her work and is very skilled interacting with people. She is excited to be part of Limina Collective, and is looking forward to sharing her experience of mindfulness and meditative techniques with others. Email Lucia.