Learn Mindfulness Techniques for a Happy and Balanced Life
We live in such a frantic world with the fast paced life that we lead and unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be any sign of it slowing down. This is exacerbated by our constant fretting about the past, worrying about the future and general negativity thinking, which can lead to stress, anxiety, worry and depression.
Being Mindful of the Present Moment Has Many Benefits
Mindfulness is a practice that can help to quieten your mind and help you to let go of all of the frantic thoughts. It is defined as "a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment and one thing".
Benefits of mindfulness have been shown to include:
Improved mental health and wellbeing
Reduced stress and psychological distress
Enhanced mental health and functioning
Increased emotion regulation and self-control
Ability to cope better with life’s challenges
Ability to resolve issues creatively and with clarity
Feel calmer and more relaxed
Feel happier and enjoy life more
How I Can Help
I deliver Mindfulness programmes to individuals, groups and corporate clients.
During my 8 week program I provide you with all of the theory that you will need, resources, support and guidance so that you will gain the most out of your mindfulness practice.
The following feedback is from attendees on my 8 week mindfulness course:
“I have taken more from this course than other Mindfulness courses I have undertaken.”
“I feel calmer generally and found myself being able to apply the techniques to challenging situations.”
“Using the tools & techniques has enabled me to feel a lot calmer, happier and more ‘present’ in the moment.”
“I have benefited massively from doing the course.”
“I enjoyed everything [about the course]! There was a good variety of different mediations, interesting scientific information, opportunities for feedback…”
"The course was extremely professional and delivered very well"
"I automatically reframe stressful encounters and understand that I can only change the way I react to things. This understanding has helped me be less self critical."