Cuca Azinovic 

Cuca Azinovic is a certified mindfulness teacher and co-active coach specialized in mindful eating and self-compassion, based in Madrid, Spain. She has a Masters degree in Mindfulness in Health Contexts from Complutense University.


A certified teacher of the Mindful Eating - Conscious Living (ME-CL) and trained as a teacher in the Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program at the University of San Diego, she has been implementing both programs since 2014. She has also completed professional training in Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness (MB-EAT) and in Compassion-Centered Therapy (CFT) for eating disorders, developed by Dr. Paul Gilbert.


She has been working for Nirakara Mindfulness Institute in Spain since 2016, with responsibility for the development of mindful eating, for professionals and lay people.


She joined TCME as a member in 2012, volunteering for few years to revise our programs. In 2016, she started working for TCME, providing administrative support, and in April 2018, she joined the Board to promote the Spanish-language development of TCME.


She adores her family (including two little dogs), her allotment in which she meets with nature, and the natural processes of life and her garden.


You will find more about her, her work, and her personal path on www.bienestarconsciente.es.


In her own words: “I understand scarcity as the hunger that exists in our heart, despite living in full material abundance. This existential hunger, which can be manifested as lack of love, loneliness, rejection, or isolation, often determines our way of relating to food. By connecting with the heart and bringing awareness and presence to the act of feeding ourselves, we gradually nourish our existence, connecting with the fullness and abundance that are present at all times, alleviating suffering and recovering our dignity.”


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