We live in a frantic world, with increasing pressure and demands. How great would it be to live life to the full; to be fully present in our experiences, not worrying about the past/future, or to be caught up in negative thoughts, but to be truly experiencing every magic moment?
I am a mindfulness teacher who is strongly committed to my own daily practice and sharing it with others.
Mindfulness is not a magic wand, it does not eliminate life’s pressures, but simple mindfulness practices based around the breath, body, movement, stillness and compassion bring you back to:
“Mindfulness” is more than a buzzword
Extensive research has proven it can help people to reduce pain, reduce rates of depressive relapse, decrease anxiety and improve levels of emotional wellbeing.
Scientists have attributed the benefits of regular mindfulness practice to four interrelated factors: