Training designed to suit individual needs
- Learn to relax and notice what’s going on, rather than just reacting to it
- Learn how the mind affects the body
- Feel better in yourself
- Feel more able to deal with situations
- Learn ways to boost your resilience
- Increase your concentration and focus skills
“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, really helping me to lessen feeling overwhelmed”
Mindfulness helps us perform at our best
Mindfulness helps us navigate the ups and downs of life. Cultivating awareness through mindfulness training is life enhancing and can be a game changer.
Learning to exercise choice rather than habitual responses towards thoughts, people and events can re-boot how you live your life, relate to family, friends and can change negativity towards yourself.
Ultimately, training the brain through mindfulness practice is re-energising and empowering, helping you develop new perspectives.
I’m Susan Collini, a Mindfulness Now accredited teacher. I believe passionately about the wellbeing benefits delivered through nature connection and run wellbeing and mindfulness sessions for adults, for children and for businesses at a tranquil ancient woodland in East Northants
You can access mindfulness sessions online
How are you feeling today?
Nature holds the power to soothe and restore
Benefits of learning mindfulness
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, inform choice of response to stressors.
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 and develop new perspectives
Discover and grow
Lack of motivation can be a symptom of not wanting to face a difficulty in your life, with the effort of pushing it away sapping your energy. Mindfulness training involves learning to ‘notice’ but is also about cultivating kindness to yourself, lack of which may well be at the root of your problem.
Regroup and re-energise
Boost your mood
Learning to embrace ‘being’ rather than ‘doing’ mode can be enough to boost your mood, but you have to make the time. Using your personalised meditation practice recordings provide the necessary structured practice times, setting the scene for some quality ‘Me-Time’, a mood booster in itself.
Regain zest for life
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 face them with loving kindness and a good deal of self-compassion.
Be happy, not 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, encouraging you to develop skills which can help you have more control of what seems uncontrollable and draining.
Find stillness within
A short animation explaining the basics about mindfulness
Mindful Company – get in touch
I can work with you 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.
Do something just for you Do something for yourself, every day, even if it's only for 5 minutes. Let go of your inner critic and take time out to watch the birds, or the sky, or just sit down with a magizine or a good book. Get into the habit of doing something just...
Mental stress affects your body Many people don't realise the extent their bodies respond to thoughts and emotions in physical ways. Consider this, How many times can you think of, when having felt stressed for some time, you've then gone down with a cold or stomach...
Nature is a soothing balm There is something essentially calming, but at the same time re-energising that is delivered through spending time in nature environments. Scientific research has proved that connection with nature is associated with improved vitality and...
Mindfulness in a woodland setting
Below are some photos of the ancient woodland where we hold mindfulness and wellbeing sessions just to give you a flavour