Mindfulness is the quality of being present and fully engaged with whatever we’re doing at the moment — free from distraction or judgment, and aware of our thoughts and feelings without getting caught up in them.

We train in this moment-to-moment awareness through meditation, allowing us to build the skill of mindfulness so that we can then apply it to everyday life.

In teaching the mind to be present, we are teaching ourselves to live more mindfully — in the present, taking a breath, not beholden to reactive thoughts and feelings — which is particularly helpful when faced with challenging circumstances or difficult situations.

Have you ever struggled to relax as your mind was so busy either with life or worry? Come and join me for some mindfulness sessions!

The hype around mindfulness meditation is real. People who incorporate it into their lives often report heightened levels of happiness, patience, acceptance and compassion, as well as lower levels of stress, frustration and sadness. There’s plenty of research too if you want to google it, but I will let you do this research!

Sessions can be done via zoom or 1:1 with COVID 19 recommendations adhered too.

Sessions recommended at 30 minute intervals £20