WELCOME TO THE MINDFUL IMPOSTER
Thanks for arriving here; we explore mindfulness and compassion to connect us to our inner wisdom and strengthen our connection to each other, it's great to have you. If you are keen to work with me or know more about the support I can offer please email email@example.com. Learn more about me here, and if you want to support me, you can share my site with other like-minded souls or direct them to my facebook page; all support is hugely welcome so that we can grow this community.
Practice with Me
Anyone can meditate, but do we really know what a meditation practice is meant to give us, or how it feels when we do? It can be scratchy, bumpy, hard, challenging. All of the things we are trying to get away from. Sometimes starting is the hardest part, sometimes continuing is even harder, but i am here to support you on your journey, demystify some of the age-old stereotypes, challenge assumptions and help you find the rewards, benefits and moments of peace on your journey.
Please note all offerings can be tailored to suit online or face to face and physically distanced.
Master Your Technique
Short workshops that cover a number of mindfulness themes, we explore in a safe space a particular topic and a meditation practice that supports the theme. Topics include resilience, managing anxiety, noticing thoughts, negativity bias, taking in the good and more.
MANAGING STRESS EIGHT WEEK PROGRAMME
For anyone looking to build a lasting mindfulness and meditation practice, one that supports managing stress and well being this one is for you. We cover research, meditation practices, tools and reflective practices in a safe and supportive environment. Online for the moment but also face to face.
MINDFULNESS 1-2-1 COACHING
Gain inner clarity
One to one coaching is a great way to explore mindfulness and meditation tailored to your needs. A minimum of six sessions to get you started, and we would have a chemistry call to begin with to ensure you felt the fit would work for you.
“We know what we are, but not what we may be”