Erin Lee

Mindfulness Teacher

Research Interests: Applications and efficacy of MBSR, Mindfulness for ageing population, Mindfulness for caregivers, Mindfulness for educators, Mindfulness for youths and emerging adults, Mindfulness in tertiary education, Informal Mindfulness


Founder and Mindfulness Coach of Mindful Moments Singapore, Erin is a mindfulness practitioner and advocate of mindfulness as a way of life. It is her personal vision to help more and more people acquire mindfulness skills and incorporate mindfulness practice into their daily lives to improve their well-being. She runs the 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program, and has conducted mindfulness training for institutions and organizations such as ITE College West, National University of Singapore, KK Hospital, Economic Development Board, Clarins, Duke-NUS Medical School, Autodesk, Ministry of Communications and Information, Chinese Development Assistance Council, and Sentosa Development Corporation.

Erin is a Certified MBSR Teacher as recognized by the Mindfulness-Based Professional Training Institute (MBPTI) at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) Center for Mindfulness. Erin has completed the UCSD School of Medicine’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher Training Intensive as well as Advanced Teacher Training Intensive for MBSR and MBCT Teachers in California. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Science degree in Studies in Mindfulness with University of Aberdeen, UK. Erin is trained to teach the .b mindfulness program to teenagers and young adults as recognized by the Mindfulness in Schools Project. Erin is also an experienced polytechnic lecturer, and has a background in public relations and communications.

Mallika Kripalani

Mindfulness Teacher, Teacher

Research Interests: attention, child development, education, resilience, stress management


Mallika is an elementary school teacher who has worked at international schools in Singapore for over 11 years. Her background was originally in the insurance industry, but she soon realised that her passion lay in teaching. What she has come to realise since starting her own practice of mindfulness, is that children are taught all the academic skills they need but there also needs to be a focus on the life skills of resilience, managing stress and increasing concentration and attention. Mallika feels that mindfulness is needed by young people and adults today, especially in our content-saturated world of technology. Learning mindfulness skills, which can be applied every day, can bring greater clarity and peace of mind.