Mindfulness is a state of being that breaks us out of the trance of automatic pilot which can steal our lives away. This simple but difficult act of pausing and tuning into what is truly happening in the moment can result in many benefits for our overall well-being. Research has shown how it can help deal with emotional stress, mental health, physical pain conditions and improve our relationships. Furthermore recent studies are displaying how regular mindfulness practices can actually make positive physiological changes to our brains.
As a Mindfulness-Based Therapist I offer Training and Coaching for individuals introducing them to a set of mindfulness practices that can help re-introduce a slower and simpler way of dealing with the hectic world out there.