What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is an approach which has been developed using Buddhist mediative traditions by adapting principles and methods which have existed for over 2000 years. Mindfulness is a state of being which is achieved by focusing ones awareness on the present moment.  It does not equate to being a Buddhist this is simply how it originated. Much of our stress and pain is caused by our regrets about the past, worries about the future or judgements about the present. When we connect with the present moment, we become aware of these habitual thought patterns. This enables us to create new, healthier ways of responding to life’s challenges.

What to expect

Mindfulness is a holistic approach to the self being; mind, body and spirit. By observing the self we are able to step back and become aware of our own thoughts and emotions giving us greater control over our reactions. With mindfulness, we train ourselves to pay close attention to what is going on in the present moment; just as it is. This can disrupt our automatic ways of thinking and help us to choose our response; with practice mindfulness becomes a way of life. Mindfulness cultivates the heart centred approach to ourselves and to others, we feel rather than think what is happening at any given time.

Mindfulness can:
• Increase personal and professional resilience
• Reduce the negative effects of stress
• Assist with a variety of conditions including anxiety, depression and chronic pain

How do I book?

To work with me and make the first steps in taking control of your life, just call me on 07757405821 or click here to email me via my contact form. I shall look forward to meeting you and to discovering how together we can create so much more magic in your life.