Benefit your wellbeing
Mindfulness training can support you to cultivate a wiser relationship with yourself.
In simple terms practicing mindfulness can help:
- Reduce anxiety
- Lower stress
- Boost resilience
- Increase focus
- Improve sleep
“Listening to my personalised meditations is really soothing and helps me relax”
“I started to sleep better after the first session, it’s amazing”
“My meditation practice has taught me to notice much more than I used to”
“Susan’s support is really helping me lessen feelings of being overwhelmed”
An accredited Mindfulness Now teacher Susan likes to run sessions outdoors whenever possible. However, with the current life restrictions mindfulness sessions will be delivered through online video-link using Zoom, Skype or FaceTime.
Give yourself a TREAT
If you think that mindfulness could be helpful for yourself or someone you care about, to help perhaps with ongoing waves of anxiety, trouble sleeping, or problems with keeping emotions regulated, then consider trying the TREAT experience.
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Mindfulness can be a life-changer
Learning mindfulness can benefit the quality of your life experience through developing ways of thinking that deliver new perspectives.
Cultivating greater awareness of how we react to thoughts, emotions and events can encourage new ways of thinking that could be a game changer. Learning techniques to be able to stop, look and listen helps us develop a wiser relationship with ourselves and how we interact with the wider world.
Embarking on mindfulness training can not only be empowering but re-energising, effectively re-booting how you relate to life.
A short animation about what mindfulness is all about
How are you feeling today?
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Reduce stress and anxiety
By using mindfulness to train your brain you’ll become more aware of what’s going on in your mind and body, Mindfulness can, through interrupting habitual responses, give you opportunity to choose ‘wisest’ response.
Feel less exhausted
Feeling exhausted can be symptomatic of many things. Practicing mindfulness can help you become more aware of what is depleting you in life, helping you build resilience in the face of adversity through developing new perspectives and insights.
Discover and grow
Lack of motivation can be a symptom of not wanting to face a difficulty in your life, whether a large or even a tiny one. The effort of distraction or pushing the issue away can sap your energy levels over time. Mindfulness training support you to learn to be kind to yourself with a view to feeling more confident to face difficulties with greater equanimity.
Regroup and re-energise
Boost your mood
Learning to enjoy just ‘being’ more than always ‘doing’ is relaxing, but many people find it hard to do. Using personalised recorded meditation practices can provide the structure and setting for experiencing quality ‘Me-Time’, a mood booster in itself.
Find your inner smile
Irritability and even anger are a natural part of living, but if they are taking over you life and negatively affecting relationships with others then you’ll be suffering too. Learning mindfulness techniques can help you explore the causes of your suffering and help you explore them with a good deal of self-compassion and loving kindness.
Feel more happy and less snappy
Negative thoughts, family relationships or work related scenarios can bring you down low. Mindfulness training supports you to explore your life challenges in a kind and gentle way, developing greater awareness and practical techniques to reduce suffering.
Find stillness within
Mindful Company – get in touch
I can work with you online on a one-to-one basis, or you could choose to be part of a group made up of people you know (family/friends) or people you don’t know but who are happy to learn together.
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Short blogs designed to engage, inform and inspire you on your quest to discover how mindfulness could assist you and benefit your wellbeing.
Finding the stillness within Never more than at this moment in time have people been seeking serenity, looking for ways to address uncertainty and uneasiness being experienced during this current Covid-19 situation. Some people have discovered that the enforced...
Extraordinary times Right now the vast majority are experiencing far more challenging times than usual. How people cope with the unfolding virus crisis can alter many times throughout the day, with the experience of being on an emotional roller-coaster being a fairly...
Cultivate new perspectives These past weeks have brought it home how much we've taken for granted, having usually a fairly broad range of choices which are now quite limited. I've certainly found that having to adapt to the new 'normal' has required cultivation of...
Mindfulness in a woodland setting
Below are some photos of the ancient woodland where I would normally run many mindfulness and wellbeing sessions. Due to current circumstances I can’t do that right now, but thought you’d enjoy sight of the photos. #WellbeingWithNature