In memory of Chloe
We are deeply saddened by the sudden death of Chloe Homewood-Allen, our much-loved chair of the Everyone Project since its inception in 2018. She will be much missed for her bright energy, constant cheerfulness and her determined commitment to bringing mindfulness courses to communities who otherwise would not be able to access a course.
She played many roles within the mindfulness community. For over twelve years she taught countless introduction and 8-week courses in a wide range of organisations from her own organisation Mindfulness Glasgow. She touched many hearts with her accessible, down to earth teachings which were delightfully human and easy to relate to, and offered teachings which many people described as ‘life-changing’.
Alongside this, Chloe was an associate tutor of the Mindfulness Association over the same time, teaching mindfulness and compassion, and also contributed to the teacher training where she encouraged fledgeling teachers to find their own authentic voice. As one of her students remembers, she urged people to ‘just be you – you don’t have to look a certain way for being a mindfulness teacher’. Chloe also was much loved as a supervisor to many mindfulness teachers, offering joyful support and encouragement.
Over the pandemic Chloe has been a committed member of the Mindfulness Association tutor team that have volunteered to deliver the free daily guided meditations. We are deeply grateful for her generosity of spirit in offering her time, in the midst of her busy work and family life. Please click here to sit with her on her last recorded Daily Sit.
We are thinking of her and her husband and three children and we hope that you will include Chloe and her family in your thoughts and prayers.
Go well Chloe – we love you and we will miss you.
5 February 2022
To honour the memory of Chloe,
the Everyone Project sponsors a PhD with
the University of Aberdeen through the
Research Bursary for
Inclusion in Mindfulness
If you would like to contribute to the work of the Everyone Project in memory of Chloe, please click here.