Bringing Mental Health Awareness to Your Everyday Work Life

With World Mental Health Awareness Week, it has been a busy time for me, offering group mindful meditation sessions and yoga classes for a variety of workspace communities and companies. This is a great opportunity for the corporate sector to put on wellbeing programs for employees to find support, have open conversations and learn the…

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How to Ground Yourself During Uncertain Times

As a human race, we are evolutionarily designed to fear the unknown. Think about it: in the caveman days, walking into a dark, unknown cave and feeling that fear rise in the body because death might just be around the corner. The fear that provoked caution and stealth to out manoeuvre danger was a brilliant…

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How To Visualise Your Desires

In my last post we looked at what visualisation was and why it worked. But now it’s time for the fun stuff – HOW TO DO IT! And yes, despite what you may believe, visualisation is something that we can all learn to do effectively.   But before we get onto that, let’s recap what…

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Befriend The Inner Critic

Who are you to do this? You’re a loser. AND a failure. You’re just no good. Plus you’ll look like an idiot. Give up now and save face.  We all have inner critics. They get in the way of our aspirations and potential. They evaluate and comment upon everything we do, every choice we make.…

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Breathing Through Stress

Like it or not, we all know what it feels like to be under pressure. Whether it’s a tax deadline, or difficult colleague, a sibling or a spouse, stress is a natural part of life.   However, for many, especially those living in London, stress is becoming the normal state of being. We’re so accustomed…

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Visualisation – A Powerful Tool for Change

Perhaps, you hear the word “visualisation” and dismiss it as a childish fancy, or for a load of woo-woo. And I’ll be honest, for a long time, so did I. It’s only now that I understand the concept, as well as have experienced its power and seen its effect on the Cognitive Therapy clients I…

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Accepting What Is

Earlier this year I completed my Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) training, which is a mindfulness-based approach that encourages us to accept unwanted thoughts and feelings that cannot be controlled. Acceptance is not a resignation, rather an empowering willingness to be with what is. And recently, I have found myself sitting, more and more, with…

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Be Your Own Valentine

It’s hard to ignore the approach of Valentine’s day: love hearts fill every shop window; supermarkets stock up on romantic meals for two; colleagues harp on about their perfectly planned evening. For many, this time of year can be lonely, reaffirming a belief that they are unlovable or unwanted. Feelings of regret and grief are…

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The Oxygen Mask: 6 Tips for Self Care

Perhaps you know the feeling too. It’s 8pm on a Sunday evening, and the bath that you had scheduled in (postponed from last weekend) feels like too much effort…again. Or maybe it wasn’t a bath, it was time to read the unopened book on your bedside table that you got for Christmas. Or practice your…

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5 Tips to Living Your Best Life

What does your best life look like? Now maybe this is not something you’ve ever really contemplated before. Perhaps you’ve been bumbling along on autopilot mode just fine. I know that was certainly my life for a few years. Or maybe you do have an idea of your best life but you don’t know how…

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10 Reasons to Find your Girl Tribe

All throughout school, university and my various employments I have established a strong group of friends. Girls that I could rely on for laughs, information, support and guidance. These were the people that I turned to when I first had thoughts of completely changing my career and setting up my own business.   So why…

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*EVENT* Urban Zen

Sunday, 12th May, 3:00-5.00pm  Has the concrete jungle left you feeling overwhelmed, overstimulated or overworked? Are your thoughts whirling around your mind a million miles an hour? Or your body fraught with tension and fatigue? Well you’re not alone. The truth is, many of us feel the same, not realising there is a another way.…

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