Self Care

Do you find yourself : –

to be your own worst critic, judge yourself harshly or maybe find life a little challenging now?
Do you often feel exhausted or feel like you are pouring from an empty cup?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, this course is for you, you will learn skills to help support and sustain your wellbeing. Self Care is an essential skill to cultivate as it helps to manage challenges, pain and hardships in this uncertain and changing world. This course will teach you to take care of yourself on a daily or weekly basis, without feeling guilty.
Fridays 9am . Free for those in BANES. If you are in Keynsham click that you have a GP in Keynsham

Introduction to Meditation

If you think your mind won’t stay quiet then this meditation course is for you. You will learn different styles of meditation so you can find a meditation that suits you. The course will also include relaxation exercises and stress busting techniques to help improve your focus.
new dates to follow. New course starting September 2022

Managing emotions after lockdown

As we ease back out of lockdown, there is a lot to think about. Lockdown has impacted our mental and physical health in different ways and with restrictions being eased we need to give ourselves time to adjust to the changes. You might feel anxious, feel apprehensive about getting out and about or you might feel worried about being in contact with other people again, and you are not alone in those feelings. – Not currently happening.

No current courses. If you wish to do this please email me.

Outdoor Mindfulness

Your life is going so fast, there are just not enough hours in the day, your busy at work, busy at home. If this mental frustration is getting the best of you, you might want to give meditation a try.

Stress is one of the number one causes for disease, burnout and depression. Most of us are feeling stressed every single day without even realising it. It became the norm.

The busier you are, the more important it is to manage stress levels and meditation is a useful tool to use. 

Keeping calm during stress

Do you want to improve your wellbeing? Are you feeling a little low in these uncertain times?

Do you want a simple and effective coping tool you can use wherever and whenever you want?  Do you want to have a toolkit that you can use to help manage stressful situations? 

Studies have shown breathing exercises help to reduce symptoms linked with low mood, stress and anxiety,  so join me to discover a natural and free remedy you can incorporate into your daily life. 

Week 1 – Science of Breath, How it impacts the body and the mind 

Week 2  – Using the breath as a Therapeutic Tool.

Week 3 – Learn to reduce the anxiety using Diaphragmatic breathing. 

Week 4 – How to calm yourself in a stressful situation

Week 5 – Learn how to use your maximum lung health.

Week 6 – Bringing it all together – Review of all breathing techniques. 

Free for those in Bath and North East Somerset Council (BANES)

“Thank you for showing me the tools I can use during this stressful time and the peace of mind that in the future I have self help things at my disposal when my mind starts to take me over and bombards me with negative thoughts. I found the breathing and meditation very successful in calming my busy mind. Know I’m not alone is very comforting, I feel i have benefitted by meeting others on the course. Feeling Grateful! Elaine.

“A Very fitting course for the time we live in”. Lucia

“This has given me chance to think of the importance of taking care of ME. The breathing, meditation, being happy and not worrying. Thank you”. Frances.

“This course was very useful, interesting and inspiring. At the difficult isolating time it was good to meet like minded people and feel that you are not alone with your mental health issues”. Julie.

No current course running.