Taking the time to practice pausing and paying more attention to your present moment can have a positive impact on your life. New ideas and solutions have space to develop in a calm mind. Creativity, motivation and productivity increase when we have happier, healthier minds.
What mindfulness can do for you
Clinically-validated research has shown that mindfulness can avert depression. It’s also been proven that mindfulness positively affects the brain patterns associated with anxiety, stress, depression and irritability.
- Help you to enjoy life more
- Understand yourself better
- Improve your working memory, attention span and reaction speeds
- Enhance mental and physical stamina and resilience
- Improve emotional intelligence
- Reduce addictive and self-destructive behaviour
A few of the issues that you may be experiencing that mindfulness can help with*:
- Disrupted sleep
- Dissatisfaction with life
- Confidence and self-esteem
- Unfulfilled relationships
*By no means an extensive list. I’m always happy to discuss any issues you may have and how mindfulness could help.
For adults, I offer either 1:1 sessions or my Mindfulness for Life course (8-weeks)
Giving myself the time to be still means that I am more able to offer myself fully back to my family again. But without the resentments. NH – Aged 38